Eclectic Institute, Cayenne, 1 fl oz (30 ml)
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- Grain-Free Alcohol
- Since 1982
- Herbal Extract
- Dietary Supplement
- Capsicum Annuum Fruit
- 250 mg/ml Herb Equivalency
- Full Strength
- Organic Alcohol
Shake well; mix 15-30 drops in water; take 1-3 times daily.
Dried cayenne (capsicum annuum) fruit 90,000 HU, organic grain-free alcohol content: 70-80%, filtered water. Dry herb strength: 1:4 (250 mg/ml).
Discontinue if unusual symptoms occur. Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs.
Store upright. Keep out of reach of children.
Very Hot. As to be expected
Very Hot. As to be expected
I read in a doctor book that if he had to choose one single herb this would be the one. I also agree as a user. You can really feel it working. lol. I have been using 15 drops on orange juice. Stir well to disolve. I like the alcohol used to keep it fresh (as customery for herbal products presented in liquid form), instead of other chemicals, preservatives. If concerned with that (much less than what is in a glass of wine (good for you!)). Then put it on a hot tea and let the alcohol evaporate. Voila in 5 min you get the alcohol free version. There is always someone to complain. It seems this is helping the digestive system flush out well as I had quite a few bowel movements within 48 hours. I like that already.
Posted by 5262462037184150319 on Dec 27, 2016
Uhm, so spicy...
Posted by Yufong on Dec 26, 2016
30 drops per cup is really too many, maybe 15drops will be proper.
Posted by Reviewer2492424 on Dec 16, 2016
Burned the inside of my mouth with this, even though I like spices and have some tolerance. Can't figure out what to add it to without making it too spicy. I may have gotten a bottle with an abnormally large percentage of cayenne. It is either poor quality control, or the product is simply too spicy to make it practical to ingest. I read that it is so good for you, so I really want to like this but just can't take it without suffering chemical burns in my mouth!
Posted by 5247239512278749389 on Aug 20, 2016
It's great that this product can be used in more ways than one. Believe it or not I was looking for a lizard/bug repellent and was searching for liquid pepper/cayenne and I saw this... I mix a few drops of this with a few drops of peppermint essential oil and water in a spritz bottle and spritz it at my window seals and no house lizards ever visit..