NSP Capsicum stimulates digestion and enhances blood flow, improving circulation. Its stimulant effects speed the circulation and aid the absorption and effectiveness of the formulas.
The hot pepper that cools pain. Capsicum is the fruit of peppers. It is an important catalyst herb in most herb formulas except for nervines. Its stimulant effects speed the circulation and aid the absorption and effectiveness of the formulas. Capsicum is (surprisingly) good for ulcers because it stimulates the protective mucus-forming membranes of the stomach. It is also high in vitamins and minerals needed for healing. Capsicum can be applied directly to a wound or swallowed to stop unnatural bleeding or a heart attack in progress. It is one of the most versatile stimulant herbs known. It is a digestive aid, relieves pain (including shingles, cluster headaches), and itching palms and feet of diabetics. Consider learning to use capsicum powder in place of salt to help cut cholesterol and prevent heart disease.
- Provides digestive and circulatory support.
- May help improve overall circulation.
- Contains 35,000–45,000 Scoville Heat Units.
How It Works:
Capsicum has a warming strength. It stimulates digestion and enhances blood flow. Capsicum is added to many herbal formulas as a catalyst for the other herbs.
Take 1 capsule four times daily with food.