Common Sense™ “Capsicum and Ginger” was put together to circulate blood and lymphatic fluids to the extremities, head, feet and fingers. Both Capsicum and Ginger are powerful heated herbs. Together they deliver nutrients and energy to the cells of the body, via the blood stream. They help with a variety of health conditions including poor circulation, weak digestion, chronic pain, sore throat, headaches and toothaches. They are also great for morning sickness in pregnant women.
When taken internally, Common Sense™ “Capsicum and Ginger” soothes the digestive tract and stimulates the flow of stomach secretions and saliva. These secretions contain substances which help to digest food. This combination is a great herbal aid for circulation and can be used on a regular basis.
CAPSICUM (Cayenne Pepper)
is thought to be the world’s greatest herb, no herbal combination is complete without it. It is a catalyst for all herbs. Capsicum circulates blood to the extremities (hands, head and feet) which makes wounds heal faster. It will stop internal and external bleeding, shock, heart attacks, strokes, ulcers and a host of other maladies. It helps the ulcerated uterus and helps balance menstrual flow. Capsicum stimulates the digestive tract increasing flow of enzymes and gastric juices. Contrary to popular belief, it is not an irritant, but a soothing herb.
is used for its ability to circulate blood in the pelvic area, which is vital to the colon. It is great for lowering excessive menstruation. Ginger can also be used for relieving congestion and fevers. It provides relief from morning sickness in pregnant women. It can be used in bath water to relieve tired and achy muscles. It is known to produce a strong stimulating effect on muscular contractions of the heart while improving overall circulation.
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