Cold Hands and Feet Remedies

Posted by Elle (Canada) on 01/07/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Tried cayenne yesterday on my feet and sprinkled some in my socks. Lo and behold that was amazing how it worked. The next morning my feet still feel on fire. Wow is all I can say. Thanks for the tip.

Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee, Usa) on 01/24/2014
5 out of 5 stars

It is unusually cold in Tennessee this year. Yesterday my son was getting read to go work outside all day and it was to be below freezing all day. He is quite lean so doesn't have much body fat to keep him warm, though he does bundle up! I told him that if he sprinkled cayenne pepper into his socks it would help keep his feet warm. He did do this. He didn't use a lot, just a few sprinkles from the cayenne shaker (like a salt shaker.) In the evening he told me what happened.

Apparently, after an hour his feet were HOT. They cayenne had worked its way to between his toes. It was, in fact, so hot that he took off his boots and 2 pairs of socks (sitting on the flat bed of a truck, outside the freezing cold) and poured water from a water bottle (that was cold) onto his feet to rinse off the cayenne! He was warm all over and no longer needed to have on two pair of jeans, either. In the evening, as he reported this to me he said his feet were STILL warm! Yeah for cayenne! His feet were not burned or red or anything, just very warm.

This morning I decided to try it for my cold feet. I did just a little bit of cayenne in my socks. It did warm my feet up. It didn't last as long, though, for me. Maybe a couple of hours.

So, the amount needed must really vary from person to person. He was very active yesterday and that may be why it worked so well.

In conclusion, cayenne works to warm up the feet!

~Mama to Many~