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Cayenne Pepper Cures (Miracle Healers From The Kitchen Book 1) (English Edition) par [Daniels, Sharon]
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New! Updated 2nd edition is now available for download ! This edition contains additional research data confirming the amazing benefits of Cayenne Pepper.

"If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other."
- Dr. Richard Schulze, Medical Herbalist from

Hats off to you! You've just plunged into a wealth of information that hardly any professional doctors have a clue about. Get ready to relish in the brilliance of the kitchen miracle that surgeons shun and doctors disgrace.

A sea of unknown, unrevealed information awaits you. This book will act as your guide, so that you will soon be able to harness the full power of cayenne - the herb I once took for granted, and the herb that I now owe my health.

Everyone out there seems to be promoting good health. Well, that's great. Good health is something that needs to be promoted.

You need herbs, not drugs. You need nature, not synthetics. You need to use the proven, natural, side-affect-free healers that the earth is full of, not the clear, cold liquids that scientists processed through a test tube.

If I had the time, I'd drive from house to house, shaking people out of their beds and telling them to wake up to the miracles of cayenne. But I can't, so I've got the next best thing.

This report, which I've been compiling for a while, is brimming with the fiery brilliance of cayenne and all that I've found out about it.

For example, cayenne has been known to cure 17 big diseases. It has been known to stop a heart attack in a matter of minutes. It can sharpen your vision better than the most powerful contact lenses available. It can expand your arteries like anything, giving the blood room to really flow and travel everywhere, from your arms (giving you strength) to your brain (giving you better brainpower). It can cure arthritis and much, much more.

If your heart can't pump enough blood to a certain area, take cayenne pepper.

Because if you're on prescription medications, you could take up to a year (or more!) to heal.
But if you take cayenne, you could cut it down to a month or two.

Did you know that if you take garlic in the right proportions, you can bring your blood pressure back to normal in three months?

Well, if you add cayenne, you could cut that down to three days.

Cayenne can unclog your kidneys and your sinuses, allow you to breathe freely and restore broken, bleeding gums to normal.

Cayenne, in short, is a kitchen miracle.

I owe my health to cayenne. I hope that by reading this report, you soon will too.

To your health,
Sharon Daniels

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 66 pages
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  • Editeur : Internet Niche Publishers; Édition : 2 (11 mai 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0082PXMVY
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I found this book informative and clearly written. I followed the suggestions to reduce Blood Pressure and found it worked. I recommend everyone read this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worked for me! 6 septembre 2012
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I was a bit skeptical about this "Miracle Healer..." but I am hooked on the heat. Like many "miracle" products it seemed too good to be true. Seemed to not only make you healthy but wealthy and wise... Just kidding..! Cayenne according to the author seemed to be a cure all. She did put in some caveats that helped ground some of the claims for the pepper. I started taking cayenne as a way to reduce blood pressure. There was a small drop but not significant. I even measured BP before and after taking cayenne with no improvement. I then reread the book and it noted that the pepper with garlic is the way to reduce BP. Ah ha! The light bulb appeared so I am in process of trying the garlic pepper trick. I have used it for upset stomach with success. I have on occasion suffered with migraine that is manifested by creating temporary partial blindness. No real solution for that other then antihistamines and acetaminophen and time. "Blessed" with a migraine the other day, took my white cane over to the kitchen, heaped a quarter teaspoon of cayenne into a couple table spoons of salsa (hey...what better way to get veggies?!) Didn't need the white cane after 10-15 minutes. Joy-Joy-happy-happy...!! Plus no drugged out feeling after the episode. Wonder if I am getting addicted to that red powder? Amazing how well it spices up my berries and yogurt. A quarter teaspoon in a couple tablespoons of yogurt mixed with the berries just adds a little kick to the eat. Can't really taste the heat in the yogurt and berries. Since we are all different it may or may not work as well for everyone. Even if it is just the placebo effect that makes one feel better... why would I not take advantage of the pepper fix?!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Putting Spice In My Life 17 mai 2012
Par JGriffith - Publié sur
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This book was exactly what I was looking for. Since the New Year I have been changing my family's diet to include better healthy foods in a manner that I do not need to have one whole cabinet full of ingredients.

Cayenne Pepper is a great example, it is full of benefits beginning with putting spice in your meals to "healing powers" against such conditions as Allergies, Cancer, Colds, Sinuses, Skin conditions and much more.

I understand this spice after reading this book, it is full of information.

If you have an interest in Cayenne Pepper this is your one stop book, you won't be disappointed, the Author definately over delivers with great content.

5 Star...Yes
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great spicy stuff from nature's kitchen... Your book help me a lot. 2 juin 2012
Par Ethan McKenzie - Publié sur
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Honestly speaking, I really do not know that cayenne pepper can really do wonders until I read this book. Your book came at the right time when I am looking for a spice to help with digestive issues. I have read from the internet that pepper can really help to improve the digestive system, but what I didn't know that cayenne pepper has so much healing properties. After using this spice for more than 1 week, my constipation problems reduces tremendously. I am grateful this author share such wonderful information with the world. I, particularly like the chapters on where does cayenne pepper come from, ways to add cayenne pepper and many more. Your book really help me a lot. Great read and highly recommended.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Wrote It First 3 décembre 2013
Par Jack Raburn - Publié sur
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Other than the fact that this woman just basically re-wrote everything I originally wrote on my website, it's a good book. I love it when I do original research and testing and others write about it and pass it off as if it were their own. I appreciate the enthusiasm about cayenne but I just believe in giving credit where credit is due.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extremely Helpful 20 novembre 2012
Par Coyote - Publié sur
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While some of the prose is repetitive and the author goes a bit overboard in her use of enthusiastic language, this short treatise on the effects of cayenne pepper is a gem.

I started taking lower heat cayenne a couple of weeks ago for my digestion issues (too many years on Prilosec). While it has worked wonders in that regard, I noticed that I felt a bit faint when I exercised. After reading this book, I understand why.

Cayenne "equalizes" blood pressure and it's a mild diuretic. I'd been using it in combination with Texas Cedarwood oil, which is also a natural diuretic. I didn't drink much the day before. I was experiencing both lower blood pressure than I was used to, and mild dehydration.

Thanks to this book, I understand the contributing factors to the faint feeling. Lowering blood pressure is a obviously a very good thing, but requires giving the body time to adjust. This is why she recommends not overdoing it at the beginning. I've increased my fluid consumption and backed off a bit on the cayenne (and cederwood oil) and now I feel the benefits without the discomfort.
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