RESEARCH SUMMARY - INGREDIENTS OF TODA's PRODUCTS
Links to research summary on: Garlic, Sea
buckthorn, Bilberry, Hawthorn.
Cayenne Pepper (Capsicum
Cayenne, known also as red pepper, is one of the oldest and most widely used
vegetables in the world. It has been used medicinally for thousands of years. The plant was cultivated in Peru
as far back as 4,000 years ago. In the 15th century, cayenne was brought from the West Indies by Columbus and
introduced to Europe.
Historically, cayenne was used as a stimulant for the whole
body, and it was thought to aid digestion, the nervous system and circulation. During the early part of 19th
century, it was a key herbal remedy used by the Thomsonian practitioners of North America.
Consumption of cayenne stimulates the gut’s mucosal cells,
which release more slimy mucous that nearly coats the wall of intestines, including sore and bleeding
The New England Journal of medicine reported that residents
of Thailand have virtually no blood clot problems because of their frequent consumption of red pepper.