Monday, 13 October 2008

Cayenne:HOT'N'HEALTHY!! Pt 2

Cary G Dean.

By Dr. Richard Anderson


It is a good idea to always have some Cayenne extract on hand for emergencies.

Dr. Anderson carries capsules of cayenne with him in the car and whenever he goes hiking, backpacking or mountain climbing.

He says, “You never know when you may find someone having a heart attack or some other emergency.”

The following stories demonstrate only a few of the remarkable emergency uses of cayenne.

If a hemorrhage occurs in the lungs, stomach, uterus or nose, it is suggested that a teaspoon of extract (or a teaspoon of cayenne powder in a cup of hot water) be given every 15 minutes until the crisis has passed.

The bleeding should stop in 10-30 seconds.

The reason for this is that rather than the blood pressure being centralized, it is equalized by the Cayenne, and the clotting action of the blood becomes more rapid.

For external bleeding, take cayenne internally and pour cayenne directly on the wound.

Dr. Anderson, author of Cleanse and Purify Thyself, tells of one time when he was on the beach and a man began passing a kidney stone .

The man took some cayenne, which relieved his pain almost immediately.

A person known to Dr. Anderson had a severe toothache in the middle of the night on a weekend.

He tried many things to relieve the pain. Cayenne was the only thing that helped.

One of the youngest persons to take cayenne was a six-week old baby who was born with chronic asthma.

Dr. John Christopher administered the cayenne using an eyedropper, and it then became possible for the baby to breathe normally.

Dr. Christopher has used cayenne to eliminate allergies, varicose veins, cramps, constipation, and to increase energy.

Dr. Anderson recommends cayenne to help cleanse the body, increase body heat, improve circulation, and strengthen the eyes.

But above all, Dr. Anderson feels that cayenne is exceptionally beneficial for the heart.

Rich Anderson published the first Cleanse and Purify Thyself in 1988.

It became one of the most popular books on cleansing ever written.

With almost no advertising, this book spread around the world and was translated into several languages.

Historical or traditional use

The potent, hot fruit of cayenne has been used as medicine for centuries.

It was considered helpful for various conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, including stomachaches, cramping pains, and gas.

Cayenne was frequently used to treat diseases of the circulatory system.

It is still traditionally used in herbal medicine as a circulatory tonic (a substance believed to improve circulation).

Rubbed on the skin, cayenne is a traditional, as well as modern, remedy for rheumatic pains and arthritis due to what is termed a counterirritant effect.

A counterirritant is something which causes irritation to a tissue to which it is applied, thus distracting from the original irritation (such as joint pain in the case of arthritis).

About the Author:
Dr. Richard Anderson

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