Mexico and other countries that consume cayenne and chili have less or no cases of coronavirus.
How to Attack Viruses with Herbs, Spices and Food …
Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine
Powder: 0.3to 1 gram (quarter of a teaspoon) in honey or banana mash. … Action: antidiarrhoeal, antispasmodic, emmenagogue, diaphoretic, carminative, gentlenerve … Colds, influenza, congestion of respiratory organs. … Treatment by or in liaison with general medical practitioner. CAYENNE. Red pepper. Chillies.
Obesity, fat burner and capsaicin
Obesity is a growing public health problem, which has now been considered as a pandemic non-communicable disease. However, the efficacy of several approaches for weight loss is limited and variable. Thus, alternative anti-obesity treatments are urgently warranted, which should be effective, safe, and widely available. Active compounds isolated from herbs are similar with the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which has a holistic approach that can target to several organs and tissues in the whole body. Capsaicin, a major active compound from chili peppers, has been clearly demonstrated for its numerous beneficial roles in health. In this review, we will focus on the less highlighted aspect, in particular how dietary chili peppers and capsaicin consumption reduce body weight and its potential mechanisms of its anti-obesity effects. With the widespread pandemic of overweight and obesity, the development of more strategies for the treatment of obesity is urgent. Therefore, a better understanding of the role and mechanism of dietary capsaicin consumption and metabolic health can provide critical implications for the early prevention and treatment of obesity.