Cayenne pepper

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Cayenne pepper is widely known as a spicy herb that may make your eyes water or your nose fight back a sneeze, but it is also chock-full of capsaicin, which is a powerful antioxidant that can strengthen the immune system and encourage proper inflammatory responses in the body. Cayenne pepper is also known to break down mucus and other bronchial secretions, making it much easier to expel or cough these out of the body. This will promote rapid healing, while the antioxidants can promote the healing of damaged tissues. Mix cayenne pepper with milk, or simply sprinkle it on a few more meals. Protection Status
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