I think you would use as much as you can stand, [during a heart attack]. I think the danger would be not using enough. Imagine your attention shifting off your heart to wondering if you are going to survive the hot stuff. This as you naturally gasp for air just as the doctor in the first article described. I think this would then be enough. Haven't heard of anyone dying from this stuff. It also thins blood and gives the body a kick to promote healing.
Yes, the inexpensive grocery store cayenne pepper is really the best according to Dr. Schulze. These fresh peppers will have much more Vitamin A and Vitamin C that is reduced in the drying and processing of cayenne. The main potent chemical in cayenne is capsicum. The more of this chemicals that is in the cayenne, the hotter it is and also the stronger and thus the more effective. All capsicum is rated between 0 and 300,000 heat units. Paprika has no heat and is rated 0 heat units. Most actual cayenne peppers are rated between 30,000 and 80,000. Jalapeno peppers are between 50,000 and 80,000. Serrano peppers are at about 100,000. African bird peppers are about 200,000 and Mexican habaneros are between 250,000 and 300,000.
Data taken from Dr. Richard Schulze Herbal Therapy for Serious Illness Issue #1 by Sam
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