Cool Cayenne with Butcher's Broom by Solaray
Solaray Cool Cayenne With Butcher's Broom
Solaray Cool Cayenne With Butcher's Broom formulas contains 40,000 heat-unit cayenne that has completed the unique and proprietary Bio-Cool process. This process keeps the cayenne in its natural, spicy hot form, but now, it feels cool in your stomach.
Historical or traditional use (may or may not be supported by scientific studies)
The potent, hot fruit of cayenne has been used as medicine for centuries. It was considered helpful by herbalists for various conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, including stomach aches, cramping pains, and gas. Cayenne was frequently used to treat diseases of the circulatory system. It is still traditionally used in herbal medicine as a circulatory tonic (a substance believed to improve circulation). Rubbed on the skin, cayenne is a traditional, as well as modern, remedy for rheumatic pains and arthritis due to what is termed a counterirritant effect. A counterirritant is something that causes irritation to a tissue to which it is applied, thus distracting from the original irritation (such as joint pain in the case of arthritis).
Cayenne contains a resinous and pungent substance known as capsaicin. Topical application of capsaicin relieves pain and itching by acting on sensory nerves. Capsaicin temporarily depletes “substance P”, a chemical in nerves that transmits pain sensations. Without substance P, pain signals can no longer be sent. The effect is temporary. Numerous double-blind trials have proven topically applied capsaicin creams are helpful for a range of conditions, including nerve pain in diabetes (diabetic neuropathy), post-surgical pain, psoriasis, muscle pain due to fibromyalgia, nerve pain after shingles (postherpetic neuralgia), osteoarthritis pain, and rheumatoid arthritis pain.
With the aid of a healthcare professional, capsaicin administered via the nose may also be a potentially useful therapy for cluster headaches. This is supported by a double-blind trial. Weaker scientific support exists for the use of capsaicin for migraines. Injecting capsaicin directly into the urinary bladder has reduced symptoms of one type of bladder dysfunction (neurogenic hyperreflexic bladder) that results from spinal cord and other nerve injuries. Capsaicin is not known to help other bladder conditions, such as chronic bladder pain. The placing of cayenne or capsaicin products into the bladder has only been performed in clinical experiments and should only be done by a urologist.
Modest reductions in appetite have been found in healthy Japanese women and white men when they consumed 10 grams of cayenne pepper along with meals in a double-blind trial. A similar trial found that cayenne could increase metabolism of dietary fats in Japanese women. These trials suggest cayenne may help in the treatment of obesity. In a double-blind study of people with dyspepsia (heartburn), supplementation with 833 mg of cayenne powder in capsules, three times per day before meals, reduced heartburn symptoms by 48%, compared with a placebo.
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Solaray began in 1973 as a pioneer in formulating and marketing blended herbal products with complementary effects. From its inception, Solaray focused on encapsulated products, which offer rapid disintegration and are easy to swallow. By 1984, Solaray became a full line manufacturer, carrying not only the highest quality herbs, but also a full line of vitamins, minerals and specialty products. Over the years, Solaray has contributed significantly to the industry through the innovation of products such as CranActin™, PhytoEstrogen™, Cool Cayenne™, PSA Control™, Estro-3™, and much more. Today, Solaray™ products are sold in over 60 countries! Making a healthier world isn't something Solaray aspires to do ... it's something Solaray is doing. This is Solaray's passion for over 35 years.
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As a dietary supplement, take 3 to 6 capsules daily with meals or a glass of water.
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product.
Solaray began manufacturing and selling herbal products in 1973, originally as a pioneer in formulating and marketing blended herbal products that contain two or more herbs with complementary effects. From its inception, Solaray focused on encapsulated products which offer rapid disintegration and are easy to swallow and has sold its products through independent sales representatives to the healthy foods channel. By 1984, Solaray had become a full line manufacturer, carrying not only herbs, but also a full line of vitamins and minerals. Recently, Solaray began to formulate and market soy products, including soy protein energy meals under the soytein mark. Solaray has become one of the most popular and well-known brands of nutritional supplements in the Healthy Foods Channel and has developed a reputation for quality, consistency and innovation.
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