Cayenne Pepper

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In the prevention or treatment of influenza, you want to turn to something with strong antimicrobial and antiviral properties. Cayenne pepper, along with its active ingredient, capsaicin, is known to boost the immune system and eliminate infections of all kinds. The stimulating nature of cayenne pepper increases blood flow and helps to detoxify the body, speeding the healing process following an infection. Cayenne pepper isn’t the easiest thing to add into your daily diet, but there are a number of capsaicin supplements you can try if you want to benefit from the immune system boost.

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