How to Use Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper has at least 90,000 Scoville units, according to the Scoville Heat Units (SHU).
Habanero, African Bird, Thai Chi, Jamaican Hot Pepper, Jalapeño, and Scotch Bonet are species of peppers
that have the same SHU value. You can find cayenne pepper in supermarkets,
oriental grocery stores or health food stores.
If you have cayenne pepper at home, give the person having a heart attack a teaspoon of cayenne pepper
in a glass of water. The patient has to be conscious for this to work.
If the person is unconscious, you can use cayenne pepper extract. Put a few drops under patient’s
tongue for results.
Cayenne pepper is a powerful stimulant; it increases heart rate and carries blood to all parts of the body,
balancing circulation. Cayenne pepper has hemostatic effect, stops bleeding instantly,
and helps in heart attack recovery.
Remember, many health experts say that they have never lost a patient thanks to this instant therapy.