Grounded pepper contains a great amount of alkaloid capsaicin. It is also rich in vitamin C, B6, E flavonoids, manganese and potassium.
Pepper is used for stopping nose bleeding and bleeding from deep cuts. Put a pinch of ground pepper on a scratch or deeper cut and the bleeding will stop. You will not feel any pain and it will also accelerate the healing process. This natural recipe is used from ancient times. If you have internal wounds, dilute pepper in a glass of water and drink it. The bleeding will stop in a very short time.
Experts recommend dissolving the pepper in a glass of hot water and drinking the whole amount at once. Pepper in hot water is more effective for internal as well as for external bleeding.
Ground pepper contains capsaicin. It is also rich in vitamin B6, E and C manganese, flavonoids and potassium.
It is effective in alleviating pain as muscle inflammation, stiff neck, back pain and other types of pain.
Ground pepper reduces the risk of heart attack as it breaks up blood clots, reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and prevents the formation of thrombus. Even more, ground pepper is efficient against intestinal diseases. It improves the bowel function and eliminates the toxins from the body.
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