Try Cayenne Pepper!

Somerset, NJ

#1 Nov 4, 2008
Cayenne pepper has tremendous medicinal benefits. Many consider it to be the single most important supplement for health. It's most beneficial for the heart as well as combating fatigue and depression.

The other day, I decided to take a couple of 40,000HU (=80,000HUs), which I purchased last year. I must say that I noticed that I slept much better. So I decided to do some more research and was reminded of its tremendous medicinal properties, including aiding in fighting fatigue and speeding up the metabolism for those suffering from hypothyroidism.

Today at lunch I bought a quality brand of Cayenne. I took 100,000HUs and must say that it was like being on an upper. The stress feeling lifted off of me and I felt better than I have in--well, I can't remember when.

I would strongly suggest anyone suffering from hypothyroidism to research Cayenne pepper and then go and by some. The recommendation is to take a small amount of high-strength Cayenne (about 1/4 teaspoon of 100,000HU) internally. Mix it in water or tomato juice, etc. It is also recommended that anyone not use to taking Cayenne to gradually build up to the higher strength.

I bought the capsule form from my local VitaminShoppe store.

Here is the one that I bought:

I took two of them while eating lunch and it did not upset my stomach.


Note: I did not purchase any product from the Bulk Herb Store. I'm providing the like because it's a good source of info about Cayenne:

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