This is because cayenne pepper reacts with the body to equalize the blood pressure and an additional gushing of pressure won’t be concentrated in the wound area as it normally is. And, as a result, blood will clot quickly when the pressure is equalized.
In case of a bleeding wound or a cut, you can apply cayenne pepper topically or take it orally. However, in case of bigger and serious wounds and cuts, you need medical help. In his book School of Natural Healing, Dr. John Christopher explains how to take cayenne pepper orally.
Put a tsp of cayenne pepper in a glass of warm water and drink it. By the count of ten, the bleeding will stop. Either internal or external bleeding, this method can stop it. Cayenne pepper also has powerful antibacterial characteristics and alleviates infections due to minor cuts. Cayenne has properties that destroy the bacteria that enter the body through the injury.
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