Cayenne Pepper

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Cayenne Pepper

3.75

In the case of an emergency, hot stuff comes to the rescue! Cayenne pepper will do more than set off the fire alarm in your mouth. The spice is reputed for supporting weight loss, normal blood sugar and cardiovascular health, as well as promoting colon health and offering protection against inflammation. The fiery cayenne pepper is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and dietary fibre. It can be used as a garnish or added to dips, soups and main courses. You will find the pungent and biting cayenne pepper in enchilada sauces, spicy bean mixtures, meat marinades, curries, stews and casseroles. For a baking adventure with a serious kick, incorporate cayenne pepper into a zippy ginger cookie mixture. In that event, for a bit of spice, also add it to a cup of hot cocoa. To use this spice as a practical home remedy, mix half a teaspoon or less per day with fruit juice, or in the case of a sore throat, add it to a cup of hot water and allow it to cool so that it feels comfortable to use as a gargle. Cayenne pepper dilates the blood vessels, drawing out and healing infection. Enjoy the benefits of this potent spice by adding it to your fresh corn cakes or avocado gazpacho with peppadew pepper and coriander croutons. If you want to give your tongue a serious tingle, sprinkle it over your watermelon frosty.

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