The Incredible Benefits of Spicy Peppers
Spicy chillies have purifying properties that are very beneficial to your lungs.
Capsaicin is the active component of hot peppers. This substance is a powerful anti-inflammatory, analgesic to treat neuralgias and even diabetic neuropathy (in ointment). It is also used in cases of psoriasis and osteoarthritis.
It has anti-cancer properties as it causes the death of cancer cells by binding to the mitochondria of the cells and causing their destruction. It is characterized by a stimulation of energy circulation and blood, while it is responsible for an increase in sweating, opening of the pores and stimulate the flow of liquids.
The spicy chillies, originating in Mexico and South America, discovered by Colon and popularized all over the world have had different uses of popular tradition: to relieve toothache with cavities by applying a cotton with 1 or 2 drops of chilli extract ( Dublin), to combat senility in advanced ages (United States), to increase fertility (Japan), to provoke mores (England), abortions (Indonesia) and as an aphrodisiac (worldwide). They have also been used against arthritis, to prevent cardiovascular disease and prolong life.
Here are the therapeutic properties of spicy chillies:
Purifiers of the lungs. If ever a pinch of chilli pepper has made you cry, imagine the same effect in your lungs and bronchial tubes. There is a sudden sensation of fluid that actually dilutes the mucus of the lungs by eliminating it. They help eliminate nicotine, repair the damage and reduce the urge to smoke.
They act as an expectorant and decongestant. It is good to take spicy when the lung is weak during the autumn colds. Prevents and relieves bronchitis and emphysema.
They promote blood circulation by being fibrinolytic stimulants that help dissolve blood clots preventing thromboembolism.
Reduce cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood by lowering cholesterol production in the liver.
Soothing pain. A single injection of capsaicin fights certain types of chronic pain for several weeks.
Two teaspoons of jalapeno chillies can stimulate the mechanism that dissolves blood clots, protecting the body against heart disease and syncope.
They are not recommended for ….
People who suffer from hemorrhoids and although spicy chillies do not affect the stomach the red ones can stimulate the gastric juice and, therefore, aggravate the ulcers.