How to Stop a Deadly Heart Attack in One Minute

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There is one powerful ingredient that a lot of us are unaware of that can be used to stop even the deadliest of heart attacks. It’s a chili pepper variety that goes by the name, “cayenne.” Once we’re done enumerating its many benefits, you are sure to run to the closest grocery store to shop for a case or even more!

 

Cayenne is a mysteriously good ingredient and has been the central subject of many research studies around the globe. Medical doctors and traditional healers have been impressed and fascinated with the healing properties. Some doctors even prescribe this ingredient for patients who are high risk of developing a heart attack. Although there is lack of evidence about the efficacy of cayenne pepper to stop heart attack, those who have tried it tell us that one cup of cayenne pepper tea is all you need for health miracles to happen.

Cayenne pepper is relatively easy to find. Due to the high demand for cayenne pepper, you can find it huge volumes in supermarkets, grocery stores, and health food establishments. There are other peppers or chilis that bear the same SHU value as cayenne including African bird, habanero, Thai Chi, and Jamaican Hot Pepper to name a few. If you know a loved one who may be suffering from a heart attack, make sure to immediately administer a teaspoon of cayenne pepper diluted in a tall glass of water. On the other hand, if the victim is unconscious place a few drops of cayenne pepper extract under this tongue for fast acting relief.

The administration of cayenne pepper has a hemostatic effect which in turn stops the bleeding. In addition, cayenne pepper speeds up recovery after a heart attack as it balances blood circulation and improve heart rate too.

Many cases have been reported of heart attack victims being saved by their loved ones who administered cayenne pepper on them during their hear attack. This natural therapy is powerful. Experts however recommend that cayenne pepper from India or South America is used in this type of intervention. Unlike your average chilis or pepper, cayenne from the regions mentioned above feature stronger qualities and contain more capsaicin altogether.

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