The best Cayenne pepper that your money will buy!
If you are a hot salsa or chili fan you'll want to learn more about the virtues of the cayenne pepper.
30,000 scoville units hot! Spicy and piquant cayenne chili powder is used through the world to spice up any dish.
Not only is cayenne powder delicious, but it also contains vitamin A, C, and E, as well as containing potassium
Cayenne Powder that you will Love!
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Availability date: 11/28/2012
|Ingredients||Cayenne Powder (Organic)|
|Allergen Statement:||Packaged in a facility that also processes soy and tree nuts.|
A roasty, piquant powder common to much international cuisine, our cayenne powder is shade dried and goes great in tacos, black beans, curries, or make your own hot sauce! Cayenne powder is dried, pulverized fruit of one or more varieties of chili pepper. Chili powder is most commonly used to season chili.
It also shows up in enchiladas, spice rubs, and other Mexican and Tex–Mex dishes. Our Cayenne powder consists purely of dried and ground chile peppers, while most store bought chili powder is a combination of ground dried chiles, oregano, cumin, garlic and salt.
Not only is cayenne powder delicious, but it also contains vitamin A, C, and E, as well as containing potassium. Research suggests capsaicin (the acid that puts the hot in hot pepper) is an anti–inflammatory.
These ripe fruits of the Capsicum genus are widely used as a popular spice, but cayenne peppers also are dried and powdered or tinctured for medicinal purposes. In this article, you will learn some herbal remedies using cayenne pepper as well as some precautions you should take when using this fiery plant.
Cayenne stimulates digestion and muscle movement in the intestines, which helps restore deficient digestive secretions and aids absorption of food nutrients. (Stomach acid tends to decline with age, and some cases of poor digestion are related to a lack of this acid.)
How To Use:
Cayenne powders can be used for a variety of recipes besides chili con carne. A popular method for roasted meats is to use it as a rub. A couple of tablespoons can be rubbed onto chicken, ribs or even fish. Its deep red color, sharp scent and rich, sweet flavor make it a unique and tasty addition to most dishes. It also contains Vitamin C which your body uses as an antioxidants to fight damage from free radicals.
Insider's Tip 1: To clear a head cold and relieve sinus pain and congestion, try drinking a cup of tea made with lemon and ginger or some horseradish to which you've added a dash or two of cayenne pepper.
Use this gargle to relieve sore throat, hoarseness, and respiratory congestion.
Bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Reduce heat, add cayenne and salt. Simmer 15 minutes. Stir vigorously, and add essential oils. Gargle with 1 cupful. Rinse out mouth with plain water, and repeat with the second cup of gargle solution.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.
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