Whole foods and plants have patterns that resemble body organs or physiological functions. This was known in civilizations past as the “Doctrine of Signatures”. According to the doctrine, we can look to these “signatures”, for clues as to what part or parts of the body benefit from each particular food. Capsicums have 4 chambers like the heart and help lower cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Capsicums are excellent sources of vitamin A and C, two very powerful antioxidants. These protectors work together to effectively neutralise free radicals, which can travel through the body causing huge amounts of damage to cells. Capsicums use their powerful nutrients to reduce and prevent symptoms like airway tightening from asthma, joint pain, and nerve and blood vessel damage seen in diabetes.