Cayenne

The capsaicin and other vitamins and minerals in peppers are known to fight GI pathogens, ulcerations and cancer. This being said, peppers also activate your circulatory system which aids in combating cold and flu by increasing the blood flow and speed of immune cells getting transported to sites of infection.

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Researchers have found that compounds in cayenne pepper may help in the following ways.
Boosting antioxidant activity
The antioxidants in cayenne pepper include:
vitamin C, which also supports the immune system
vitamin E
beta carotene
choline
lutein
zeaxanthin
cryptoxanthin, a source of vitamin A
Cryptoxanthin is also a type of pigment called a carotenoid, and it gives the pepper its red color.
Antioxidants offer a wide range of health benefits by helping the body free radicals — toxic substances that can cause harm if too many build up.
Removing free radicals may help prevent a range of health problems, including cancer, heart disease, and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s.
The body produces some antioxidants, while others come from the diet.
Which foods are good sources of antioxidants? Find out here.
Easing cold symptoms
Some people use cayenne pepper in home remedies for coughs, congestion, and to fight off colds.
Authors of a 2016  found that capsaicin may relieve symptoms such as sneezing, a stuffy nose, postnasal drip, and congestion when allergies or smoking are not the cause.
Capsaicin may have these effects by shrinking dilated blood vessels in the nose and throat.
Cayenne: The capsaicin and other vitamins and minerals in peppers are known to fight GI pathogens, ulcerations and cancer. This being said, peppers also activate your circulatory system which aids in combating cold and flu by increasing the blood flow and speed of immune cells getting transported to sites of infection.

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