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Old 09-17-2011, 07:57 AM
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Has anyone read or know of the properties of cayenne pepper in relationship to the human body? I've recently read an article on cayenne pepper. That article made it sound like the pepper could be a real health benefit. I would like to know more about this, is there serious truth to what I've read or is this all marketing hype to sell books? ;?
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Its hell on the colon in large quantities.
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Originally Posted by alligatorgar View Post
Its hell on the colon in large quantities.
I think the key word here is "large" quantities. But in controlled quantities the pepper is said to heal stomach ulcers and rebuild damaged tissue in the stomach……that’s what I’ve read at any rate.
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They sure do clean you out, kinda like an engine flush
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Originally Posted by alligatorgar View Post
Its hell on the colon in large quantities.
I find that the going in isn't so much the problem as it is going out the bottom end , the old firery ring
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mmmmm, those are some nice lookin peppers you got there, Guardian. How long have you had that pepper plant?
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I replant new every year, they usually die off @ Nov depending on the frost each year. We always have a variety in the pic are just a few of the plants.
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Folks in Central and South America eat more hot pepper than almost anyone else. Stomach and intestinal cancers are virtually non-existent in those heavy pepper eatin' folks.
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What I have read and heard is peppers can fight off cancer, you can also get them in vitamin pill form.

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