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Cayenne Pepper for Stomach Ulcers

January 5, 2010 by  

Cayenne pepper heals the body and is especially good for stomach ulcers. Cayenne pepper can be eaten in pods as a powdered condiment, or taken as capsules. To stimulate the entire endocrine system take one to two capsules, three times a day as a nutritional supplement.

Avoid black pepper, which is an acid-former and can irritate the stomach.

Bob Livingston

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  • DopeSlaper

    Stomach ulcers are caused by Helicobacter pylori, and cured by simple antibiotics – clarithromycin and amoxicillin, not cayenne pepper, you ignorant redneck. Google “2005 Nobel Prize in Medicine”.

    • Fed Up Gal in NM

      DopeSlaper,

      And…….you are an arrogant minimally informed piece of work. You have enough knowledge to be dangerous!

      If you don’t agree, you are encouraged to voice your opinion…CIVILLY, not in a crude and backward way.

      Fed Up Gal

  • Spring

    DopeSlaper, not all the ulcers caused by H pylori, and the side effects from taking antibiotics are very unpleasant, especially if you do not have a h pylori, it makes no sense to take it. From the family of ulcer sufferers I can testify for cayenne pepper and turmeric. And please question the doctors, who automaticaly prescribe antibiotics for everything.

  • dragos

    i took today cayenne and after 30 min the pain was gone,bless you all,(24 april 2011)and also i took medicine,a relief yes but temporay and sometimes with side effects,so trust plant not drugs!!!thx

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