What Does Hot Cayenne Extract Do?
Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Extract condenses the power of cayenne pepper - a jump-start to your blood flow, removing blockage and thus helping blood deliver nutrients throughout your body. Infection and disease occur when the body can’t a source of need, but hot cayenne extract increases circulation and removes waste that prevents movement, helping to deliver nourishment and carrying toxins out of the body.
Cayenne pepper extract revitalizes the body, nourishing sore muscles and increasing heart strength. It can also be used to relieve pain, soothe stiff joints, prevent infection, and boost metabolism. The hot intensity of cayenne shocks the body in a good way, affecting the circulatory, digestive, and immune system.
How To Take Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Extract:
It is suggested that you don’t take Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Extract alone. Take with food or drink or add to an ointment for topical affects. If you have a hard time with cayenne extract’s heat, you can try to add it to your diet gradually.
Suggested preparations of Dr. Christopher’s Cayenne Extract:
- Add to lemon water
- Omelets and other egg meals
- Add to fish, lobsters, fish, or other seafood
- Add to soup
- Use as salt or other flavoring alternative
- Bring unexpected and pleasant spice to hot chocolate
- Add to marinades
- Put in dips such as guacamole, salsa, or hummus
- Stir into cream ointment
Capsaicin: Nature’s Secret Weapon
An antioxidant, capsaicin is a common element of chili peppers and the secret ingredient in cayenne pepper. It is the cause of the burning feeling on your tongue or skin when using hot cayenne extract. This component releases endorphins, a natural method of pain relief, and is often used to relieve joint and muscle pain.
Its ingested effects regulate blood sugar, jumpstart circulation, improve digestion, kill harmful bacteria, and are believed to treat prostrate and lung cancer. It also may treat diarrhea, prevent heart disease, and thin mucous. This antioxidant will leave you will be left feeling energized and refreshed.
Cayenne peppers usually grow best in a warm climate with rich soil. The plants grow approximately 2-4 ft and need about 100 days to mature. The measurement used in the heat or spiciness of a pepper is in Scoville units. The scoville units of a cayenne pepper is about 30,000 to 50,000 scoville units. The hottest pepper is between 2,000,000 to 2,200,000 scoville units. The hottest pepper was once the ghost pepper but the record was broken recently by the trinidad moruga scorpion pepper. The heat of the pepper is measured by analyzing the concentration of heat producing chemicals.
Cayenne Pepper and it's Medicinal History
The oldest known specimens of cayenne pepper come from mexico. Scientists have discovered that peppers have been consumed as far back as 7000 B.C. The powerful properties of cayenne pepper make it a superfood that has many benefits. Some of the benefits of cayenne pepper include: Cold and Flu agent, Anti-Fungal Properties, Digestive Aid, Preventing blood clots. Many cultures been using cayenne for many years because of these exact healing properties. Native americans have used cayenne for over 9000 years in both food and medicine. It is used in many ointments to help with arthritis and pain.
Cayenne Pepper and Digestion
Cayenne pepper is extremely beneficial for digestion. It helps stimulate blood flow in the digestive tract and stimulates muscle helping speed up metabolism. Certain bacteria that can affect digestion can be treated with cayenne pepper. The main ingredient that is found in Cayenne pepper is the capsaicin. Other properties that are found in cayenne pepper are anti-cancer properties and anti-inflammation properties. Vitamin A is also found in cayenne, this vitamin is responsible for killing off free radicals and healing stomach disorders such as ulcers. This ingredient that give pepper its hotness is also used in products such as pepper spray. The wide use of Cayenne pepper make it a very popular herb.
Cayenne Pepper Extract FAQs
Q: How hot is Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Pepper Extract? I don’t usually do well with spicy food.
A:“Hotness” is measured with heat units. A tabasco pepper’s heat index ranges from 30,000 to 50,000 units while pepper spray ranges from 1,500,000 to 2,000,000. Dr. Christopher’s heat unit measurement is 200,000—enough to shock your body in a good way, creating a stimulated effect. Yes, this extract is hot, but should not be ingested in large amount-weights at once. Mix it into food, drink, or lotion. Start out small and work your way up.
Q: Who should use Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Pepper Extract?
A:While anyone can benefit from its health effects, those suffering from infection, muscle and joint pain, chronic illness, high blood pressure, poor digestion and metabolism, and other conditions relating to the digestive, immune, and circulatory system can benefit from cayenne pepper extract.
Q: I heard cayenne pepper can help me lose weight. Is this true?
A:Yes! A main ingredient in cayenne pepper, capsaicin, can help improve metabolism and decrease appetite. It does this by increasing heart rate and body temperature. Capsaicin is believed to improve metabolism by 25%.
Q: When I add Hot Cayenne Extract to my cream lotion, it feels like it increases pain. Why is this?
A:The stimulating effects of Dr. Christopher’s Hot Cayenne Extract will at first make it feel like pain or soreness increases, but this is just the “jump start” feeling before pain starts to decrease. Do not worry, for this is only a minor and temporary increase.
Our product contains 100% Organic Ingredients with no fillers.
Ingredients: Organic and wild crafted Habanero Pepper (200,000 H.U.) in a base of pure grain alcohol (1 fl. oz.)