I get muscle spasms and cayenne pepper helps a lot. What are some things I can add it to? All I can think of is curry. It has to be hot and fatty because that works the best.
I add it to most savory dishes. Not a lot, usually, just enough to add a touch of heat. Just think about the sorts of dishes you can add black pepper to, and try cayenne instead (or with). This may not apply to literally ALL dishes, but most.
When my legs get shakey and restless at night after work (uncommon, but happens), I take a spoonful of honey and pour a ton of ground ceyenne on it. The honey makes it easier to swallow, and the ceyenne settles my legs. I also get terrifying nightmares because of it, but whatever.
What's so special about this pepper, anyway? Why does it magically calm my legs?
Hot peppers and their powders can go in basically everything. Hungarian, Iberian, South/East Asian, Latin-American... The best way to disperse the flavour of the powder is to mix it in oil.
If you can handle the resulting shits, get some empty gel capsules online (like $5) and fill them with cayenne pepper.
Great energy boost. I used to fill up capsules with about 400mg of cayenne pepper and 100mg of caffeine. Take one before work and be great for the whole shift.
Got tired of filling the capsules, though.
i actually add cayenne pepper to quite a lot of things, i sometimes have it in my meatballs and minced meat sauce or pastasauces that has chicken. it works quite well with a lot of things, just like bell peppers/paprika (or whatever the correct name is)
+1 on capsules. You have to eat them with a meal or watch out. I recommend bulk ordering the cayanne powder yourself and loading it to ensure freshness and potency. You could also mix it into a suppository or enema for rapid absorption.
If you are having muscle spasms that reguarly, why not go to a doctor and get a workup? its probably something dumb like electrolytes or taurine that could be resolved with a supplement or a pill