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Actions: rubefacient, stimulant, carminative, anti-catarrhal, anti-emetic, anti-microbial, diaphoretic Indications: the most powerful circulatory stimulant, especially good for peripheral circulation, leading to cold hands and feet. Can be useful in Raynaud's Disease. It helps to dilate blood vessels, normalizing blood flow and strengthening the heart, arteries, capillaries and nerves. It can be used to ward off colds. It is also useful topically for arthritis pain and stiffness.
Preparation and dosage:
Tincture: take 5 drops, 3 x daily in water or juice.
Capsules: take 1-3 caps, 2 x daily.
Tea: blend 1/4 teaspoonful of the pepper powder into 1 cup water or juice. Drink 1-3 x daily. Also try replacing your black pepper with cayenne in spicing foods.