Hats off to you! You've just plunged into a wealth of information that hardly any professional doctors have a clue about. Get ready to relish in the brilliance of the kitchen miracle that surgeons shun and doctors disgrace. A sea of unknown, unrevealed information awaits you. This audiobook will act as your guide, so that you will soon be able to harness the full power of cayenne - the herb I once took for granted, and the herb that I now owe my health.
Everyone out there seems to be promoting good health. Well, that's great. Good health is something that needs to be promoted. You need herbs, not drugs. You need nature, not synthetics. You need to use the proven, natural, side-effect-free healers that the earth is full of, not the clear, cold liquids that scientists processed through a test tube.
Cayenne has been known to cure 17 big diseases. It has been known to stop a heart attack in a matter of minutes. Cayenne, in short, is a kitchen miracle. I owe my health to cayenne.
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Was able to relax and Listen to the important information of book.
A health bible, it was so informative to healing
Sorry, I've not, but would do so in futurefuture.
"Everything you wanted to know about cayenne"
This is a really good reference about the uses of Cayenne pepper for health purposes. The narrators did a really good job, and the book has a lot of great ideas about how to incorporate these peppers into your diet to help with various ailments.
I would have liked to hear more about whether other hot peppers could be substituted for Cayenne, but maybe that's not fair, since this book was devoted to Cayenne. The author addressed various precautions, but I would have also liked more on that subject, since the book tends to come accross as though Cayenne peppers were a cure-all remedy (think snake oil).
While I understand that the author is trying to illuminate the various benefits of Cayenne, I thought she should have pulled more references from medical studies, or at least books, rather than the Internet. I don't mind hearing references from the Internet so long as they don't comprise most of the references given, but the author used Internet references so often that she sounded more like a Cayenne salesman than a serious researcher giving you the benefit of her research.
I have to say, though, that thanks to this book, I have added a Cayenne teasan with honey to my diet, and it seems to be beneficial (increased energy and gets my brain moving faster in the morning). At the end of it all, this was a quick, helpful read, and maybe that's all it needed to be.
"Packed with useful info"
Tons of information, much of which is counter intuitive at first glance. Since cayenne is available just about everywhere, understanding the extent of its ability may help get you out of a pinch - for example - clotting up a wound. I fully plan to try this on my next injury.
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