the capsaicin is a pepper extract, which is a painkiller. the more bitter the pepper is, the more capsaicin it contains. if we say something numerically; peppers contain 0.1 to 60 mg of capsaicin per gram.
what does it do?
- reduces cough. in the study, patients receiving capsaicin for 4 Weeks made great progress in reducing cough compared to placebo.
- vascular endothelial growth factor (vegf) inhibitor.
- anti cancer.
- in pancreatic cancer, 2.5 mg/kg of capsaicin has decreased cancer cells in mice.
- in a study on prostate cancer, 5 mg/kg capsaicin was given to mice by gavage and it has been observed that the cancer cells become smaller.
- provides hair output. research is done in mice and the following photos show that 3% more effective than minoxidil (sa: Salin, Jo: jojoba oil, MX: minoxidil, PEO: peppermint oil). I don’t have to mention that hair quality and thickness increase. you can see it.
I heard you said, “we’re not mice.” for the upper left uncle and woman Aga, the upper right man is alopecia totalis, and the lower right woman is alopecia Areta. 48 volunteers participate in the study and take isoflavones 75 mg with 6 mg of capsaicin per day.
- it has emerged in many studies that have been successful in psoriasis. this study, for example 4 times a day for 6 weeks 0,025% capsaicin cream application is performed. compared with placebo, capsaicin was much more effective and decreased both the itching and psoriasis.
- it’s been shown to lose weight. in the study, it was observed that the toughness Times of the capsaicin support areas increased. in general, the effect mechanism prevents the growth of fat cells, reduces food intake and increases energy consumption.
- it’s obviously beneficial to the digestive system.
in short, try to consume plenty of.