Available in 4 oz. & 2 oz. sizes.
Also available in Oil form.
Proprietary Blend: Cayenne Pepper (40,000 H.U.), Virgin Olive Oil, Oil of Wintergreen, Menthol Crystals & other pure essential oils as fragrances & Beeswax.
Apply externally for temporary minor discomfort. Avoid contact to sensitive areas, especially the eyes & lips. Rub in thoroughly to avoid possible staining to clothing.
Capsicum annuum; (Solanaceae)
Capsicum frutescens; (C. minimum)
The following is an excerpt from our online class: “Getting to Know: Cayenne Pepper!”
African pepper, African red pepper, American red pepper, bird pepper, capsicum, cayenne, cayenne pepper, Spanish pepper, Capsique or Poivre de Cayenne (Fr.); Spanisher Pfeffer or Schlotenpfeffer (Ger.).
Capsicum frutescens is a species of chili pepper that is sometimes considered to be part of the species Capsicum annuum.
Cayenne, the kitchen spice, which is also known as chili pepper, is made from the familiar red pepper which many people know as the bell pepper, sweet pepper or capsicum. The spices made from red peppers vary in strength from mild paprika to the hottest type of cayenne. The name cayenne is Caribbean in origin, but most of the world’s supply comes from Africa and India.
Medicinally Cayenne is used both internally and externally to address muscle spasms, cramps and back pain.