Cayenne pepper

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Although many people think of cayenne pepper as being an incredibly spicy flavor, which may suggest inflammation, the active ingredients in cayenne pepper are actually anti-inflammatory in nature. Therefore, if you’re suffering from bursitis or any other inflammatory issue, the capsaicin found in cayenne pepper can quickly eliminate that irritation and pain. You can make a paste of cayenne pepper, or mix it in with apple cider vinegar, before topically applying it to the joints that may be hurting you. Cayenne pepper is relatively inexpensive and readily available throughout the world, making this a great bursitis remedy.

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