Spicy food gives us a great taste of our meals, but also it has great health benefits. There are many spicy foods in the world. Today we are going to tell you about the hot pepper, and its health benefits.
The motherland of this herb is Mexico. It is grown almost everywhere.
The fruit contains the alkaloid capsaicin, which gives the pepper an angry, sharp taste. Also, the fruit contains fatty and essential oils, steroidal saponins, vitamins S, R, Bl, B2 and acruthins, phoencids and colored substances.
Spicy, fresh, but mostly dried fruits are also used as a spice.
In small quantities, hot pepper is used to stimulate appetite and also to improve digestion in the body. This herb is a great stimulant and
For blood flow. An alcoholic tincture is being prepared for rubbing muscles and joints in neuralgia, rheumatism, and bone pain. This tincture can also be used to induce menstruation if it is late. Red Pepper is also effective for “combustion” of toxins in the colon. Red pepper in small quantities is useful for the elderly. and eastern wisdom says: “Red pepper, butter, and honey extend life”.
Note: Red hot pepper can exacerbate inflammatory conditions in the body. It should be carefully used. It can be used with other herbs if stimulation is required.