Cayenne pepper

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Cayenne pepper, among many other peppers, contain a powerful antioxidant named capsaicin, which has a wealth of effects for human health, provided you can stand the spicy nature of this herbal remedy. When it comes to treating blood clots, cayenne pepper is particularly effective, as the active ingredient prevents platelet aggregation. If blood platelets can’t clump together, then blood clots cannot form to block or obstruct blood flow. Cayenne pepper can be taken in supplement form, mixed with water and consumed daily, or sprinkled on your meals, as long as you can take the heat!

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