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  1. Jayne February 27, 2013 at 1:56 am · Reply

    Thanks for the info! Great advice. I’ve been taking cool cayenne tablets, but I grew up on spicy foods so I may try adding it more into my diet as well. The tablets give me stomach problems occasionally. But I got a tip to wrap the capsule in a piece of soft loaf bread. It seems to help some. I agree that taking it at night might not be the best way to get a good night’s sleep. I have really bad cold itolerance with Raynaud’s phenomenon, some other connective tissue/autoimmune disease, hypothyroidism, anemia and hypertension. All starting around 21-22, I’m almost 25 now. I definitely want to try to get the Raynaud’s and hopefully high blood pressure (though I’m underweight, no family history, and eat a fairly healthy diet) under control.

  2. Lee May 11, 2014 at 10:42 pm · Reply

    Thanks for the grounded article … really helpful. Nice site, glad I found it.

  3. anne August 25, 2014 at 9:17 am · Reply

    Hi thanks for the article. I have been taking cayenne pepper 1 tsp before I go to bed. Of late I have been wondering why I don’t go to sleep straight away. Your article has answered the qn for me. I will now take it in the morning and lunchtime.
    Since cayenne pepper is a good stimulant.

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