Benefits of Cayenne Plus Herbal Supplement:
- Provides nutrients needed for healthy blood, arteries, capillaries, and blood flow
- Supplies naturally-occurring vitamins and minerals to support a healthy circulatory system
- Cayenne capsules naturally warm the body and help get the blood flowing
If you've ever bitten into a pepper and started to perspire, you've felt the power of cayenne. It gets your whole body going...and flowing. Cayenne Plus herbal supplements do the same thing. They help foster the flow of oxygen and nutrients throughout your body to keep it healthy and comfortable.
All about Cayenne
Cayenne, or capsicum, comes from the Greek word meaning "to bite," referring to the hot, spicy nature of its fruits and seeds. Its botanical name is Capsicum annuum L and is also called African pepper, cow-horn pepper, red hot chili pepper or bird pepper. It is related to the family of bell peppers, jalapenos and paprika.
Cayenne originates from Africa but now grows in many tropical locations. It is a shrubby perennial plant that can reach as high as 6 feet. Constituents include oleic, palmitic and stearic acids along with naturally occurring alkaloids, flavonoids, carotene and vitamins A, B and C.
While most of us are familiar with cayenne pepper as a culinary spice, it's been widely used throughout the globe for various health issues including weight management, digestion, detoxification, and circulation. Cayenne is generally rated from 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville units, a measurement of its "heat." Typically its fruits are used in cayenne herbal supplements.
Plus Additional Ingredients
Our Cayenne Plus supplement also delivers five additional classic circulation supporters.
Goldenseal root powder (Hydrastis canandensis). A member of the buttercup family, goldenseal is also known as yellow root, yellow puccoon, Indian dye, orange root or ground raspberry, among others. This perennial herb with a thick, yellow root is native to Canada and eastern portions of America, especially enjoying the rich soil and shady woods of the Ohio Valley. In the summer it blooms a single, large berry that looks like a raspberry. As an herbal supplement, it is the "go-to" herb for many purposes from general health to the immune system. It is frequently mixed with other herbs to enhance their effectiveness in tablets, salves or ointments.
Bayberry bark root (Myrica cerifera). Also known as wax myrtle plant, candleberry or tallow shrub, bayberry is common to eastern North America. It grows up to 8 feet in height and is typically found in swampy areas around the Atlantic or along Lake Erie. Its black grains are crusted with a greenish wax that has a pleasant aroma. This is why it became a popular additive to candles. Constituents found in the bark include trace amounts of lignin, tannins, gum and astringent resins. Historically, it has been valued for its stimulating properties.
Hyssop herb (Hyssopus officinalis). From the N.O. Labiatae family, hyssop herb is also known as the holy herb because it was used to clean sacred temples and is mentioned in the Bible. This bushy evergreen is native to southern Europe, grows up to 2 feet in height, and displays whorls of flowers that bloom from June to October. The bush is often used as a garden border. Historically, herbalists used the flower tops for their herbal remedies. Due to its tannin and polysaccharide content, it was valued to support blood flow, digestion, along with muscle and heart health.
Scullcap herb (Scutellarias). This hardy herb grows chiefly in swamps and wetlands and rises to heights of 2 feet. Its name refers to the shape of its flowers and comes from the Latin "scutella" meaning small dish. While it has traditionally been used for its calming effect, it also supports general health and blood flow.
Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana). Also known as spotted alder or winterbloom, witch hazel is a common shrubby bush found in the eastern U.S. and Canada. Parts used include the leaf and bark. Several crooked branching trunks emerge from its single root and grows to over 10 feet in height. Yellow flowers appear in late September and October, followed by black, oily nuts. Constituents of the leaves include tannic and gallic acids and some volatile oils. Witch hazel has been applied as a poultice by the indigenous people of North America and is frequently found in skin ointments. Internally, it has been historically prized for vein health.
Not Your Typical Cayenne Capsules
As you see, these are not your typical cayenne capsules. Our cayenne supplement offers you circulation and general wellness health benefits. Try our Cayenne Plus and feel the difference!
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