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Cayenne Cayenne 500mg 100 caps.
Now Foods
5.82 €

Cayenne 500mg 100 caps.

Min. expiration date: 2024-11

From 3 units only: 5.70 € / Units. -2%

Shipping weight: 200g
No GMO
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Vegetarian
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  • Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect
  • Supports the cardiovascular system
  • Reduces symptoms of joint inflammations
  • Inhibits platelet aggregation
  • Facilitates body mass reduction
  • Regulates lipid profile
  • Accelerates metabolism
  • Stimulates thermogenesis
  • Strong antioxidant
  • Stabilises blood sugar concentration
  • Improves digestion
  • Supports circulation
  • Reduces appetite
  • Increases lipolysis

Now Foods Cayenne is a dietary supplement based on cayenne pepper. Every capsule supplies 500 mg of pure powdered cayenne pepper, providing 40,000 pungency units (SHU).

The preparation exhibits an extremely wide range of applications. It has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, so it can be used for alleviating problems regarding bones and joints. It is efficient in eliminating gastrointestinal tract problems. It proves fantastic in preventing cardiovascular system diseases. It is also one of the most powerful natural thermogenic agents, which stimulate adipose tissue burning and make the battle against excess kilograms easier.

Cayenne pepper is obtained from dried and ground fruit and seeds of Capsicum frutescens. It is traditionally used as a spice, especially popular in African and Asian cuisines. The natural content of capsaicinoid alkaloids makes cayenne pepper useful for therapeutic purposes as well. The most biologically and pharmacologically active component is believed to be the alkaloid called capsaicin.

Support for cardiovascular system
Capsaicin contained in cayenne pepper affects many various metabolic parameters. It enhances circulation, supports the functioning of the heart, and is able to reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular system diseases.

Capsaicin has anti-aggregant properties. It inhibits the process of abnormal platelet clumping, which constitutes a major factor in the pathogenesis of clots.

Compounds contained in cayenne pepper support the elasticity of blood vessels and capillaries. The stiffness of arteries and loss of vascular elasticity are among the main risk factors of developing heart and circulatory system diseases, which is why it is so important to take care of their condition.

Cayenne pepper dilates blood vessels, thanks to which it improves circulation and promotes normal blood flow. Capsaicin blocks the activity of the gene responsible for the production of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). The enzyme COX-2 contributes to the contracting of muscles around blood vessels; as a result, arteries shrink, which limits blood flow through the heart and other organs. Inhibiting COX-2 helps to stop the process and makes the right blood flow through vessels possible.

Tests on rodents have shown that capsaicin helps to reduce arterial blood pressure when it is too high. Long-lasting capsaicin consumption by animals with hypertension resulted in a significant reduction of blood pressure.

Cayenne pepper is beneficial for the lipid profile. It not only reduces total cholesterol levels, but it also improves the HDL to LDL proportion.

Anti-inflammatory and analgesic activity
The analgesic mechanism of capsaicin’s activity consists in its affinity to sensory receptors TRPV1. As a result of capsaicin’s attachment to a TRPV1, compounds responsible for the development of inflammation are released from nerve endings (mainly the so-called P substances). Its prolonged effect on TRPV1 inactivates them and pain mediators on nerve endings become exhausted.

Because of that activity, capsaicin is widely used in alleviating all kinds of pains. It proves efficient especially in the case of rheumatism, arthritis, and neuropathic pain treatment.

Benefits for the digestive system
Cayenne pepper is very useful in alleviating gastrointestinal system problems, such as abdominal pains, cramps, gas. It enhances the process of digestion by stimulating the production of saliva and the secretion of gastric acid.

Cayenne pepper prevents ulcers and helps to restore the damaged gastric mucosa. It stimulates mucous cells located on stomach walls to secret protective mucus, which separates the fragile gastric epithelium from the highly corrosive hydrochloric acid.

Losing excess kilograms
Cayenne pepper can be of great help in the fight for a dream body. It reduces appetite, thanks to which it helps to limit the number of calories consumed with food in a natural way.

Capsaicin contained in cayenne pepper stimulates the vanilloid receptor TRPV1, which stimulates the synthesis of lipolytic hormones (adrenaline and noradrenaline). Thanks to that, metabolism speeds up and post-meal thermogenesis is increased, so fat reserves are used for heat production.

Tests have demonstrated that capsaicin has an anti-inflammatory effect on adipose tissue – it inhibits the production of inflammation biomarkers and at the same time it increases the efficacy of adiponectin, which controls most metabolic processes and plays a significant role in preventing obesity.

To sum up, Cayenne is a tested supplement of natural origin that can be helpful in alleviating many problems. It will prove particularly beneficial for people who suffer from rheumatic pains and as cardiovascular system disease prevention. Supplementation can also be worth considering for people who want to reduce body mass.

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