If you are prone to cuttings as result of the job you are performing or you are raising small children, then cuts is something that you most probably face every day. Therefore, you already know that the bleeding needs to be quickly stopped, and that can be achieved by a simple solution, cayenne pepper.
Cayenne pepper is extremely effective in stopping the bleeding of an open wound, but it is as swell as efficient when dealing with deep cuts.
Here it is how eHow explains its effectiveness, quoting:
“Long hailed as a miracle-working substance, cayenne pepper can stop bleeding in less than one minute under most circumstances. The reason it works is because cayenne pepper reacts with the body to equalize the blood pressure, meaning an extra gushing of pressure will not be concentrated in the wound area as it normally is. Blood will quickly clot when the pressure is equalized.”
Plus, it is powerful enough to regulate blood pressure as a result of which successfully supports the blood clotting. It can be used either orally or topically. However, when dealing with a serious cut, make sure that you visit a medical expert.
The oral use of cayenne pepper is being specified in the book “School of Natural Healing” by the author Dr. John Christopher. Here it is what he states, quoting:
“…take a teaspoonful of cayenne in a glass of extra-warm water, drink it down, and by the count of ten, the bleeding will stop. Instead of all the pressure being centralized, it is equalized, and the clotting becomes more rapid. Whether the bleeding is internal or external, a teaspoon of cayenne taken orally in a glass of hot water will stop the bleeding quickly.”
This spice shows powerful antibacterial properties that have the ability to eliminate bacteria that have entered the body via injury. In that way it can relieve the infections that result from minor cuts.
In the video below there is extra information about the use of cayenne pepper and its properties:
In the case of a serious cut, the video below will show you the effects of cayenne pepper.