Red Mirchi (Red Chillies)

 100.00

Chilli is a fruit which belongs to Capsicum genus. It has many varieties which are differentiated on its pungency measured on Scoville Scale. Chilli fruit when ripened and dried becomes red chilli, which is further grounded to form red chilli powder. These are categorized as hot pepper. Red chilli became famous all around the world because of its characteristics like pungency, taste and flavor matched black pepper, which was very expensive during old times and thus it became one of the most important and integral spices.

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Apart from its uses in cooking, it has medicinal uses as well. It helps in digestion, it develops blood and is a very rich source of vitamin C, which helps in developing the immune system. It is used as spray weapon also for keeping away attackers and mobsters. 

Chilli crop grows well in deep loamy fertile soil with appropriate moisture content. Best time for sowing chilies is between April and June, i.e. in hot and humid weather. But dry weather is required at the time of harvesting. Major chilli growing countries are India, China, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Mexico, Vietnam, Peru, Pakistan, Ghana, and Bangladesh. These countries produce approximately 85% of the total red chilli in the world. 

Among all the major producers, India dominates in chilli production and is the largest exporter as well due to superior quality found here. In India major production comes from Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Orissa and Rajasthan, Guntur is the major physical market for red chillies. 

Health Benefits of Chilli (Botanical Name: Capsicum Annum):

Chilli is considered as one of the best spices used in Kitchen. Chillies are used in cooking, pickles and chutney. Red chillies are used as dried as well as powder both in vegetarian and no-vegetarian cooking. Due to its universal use,  it is known as “the Queen of Spices”.

  1. Appetizer:The paste of chillies, salt and turmeric are used to make as like as pickles. If one takes small amount of it, acts like as appetizer.
  2. Diarrhoea: A person suffering from diarrhoea, tablets made with the combinations of chillies, camphor, cumin seeds and asafoetida may be given in the dose of 125 gram to cure from this diseases.
  3. Pain and Sprain: The application of mix of red chillies medicated with castor oil is useful in easing from pain and sprain.
  4. Numbness:  Feeling lack of sensation in legs, mustard oil medicated with red chillies may be applied  to cure numbness.
  5. Heart Attack: The University of Cincinnati has researched that chilli due to presence of capsaicin lower blood pressure and reduces the level of cholesterol. It also prevent arteriolosclerosis.
  6. Diabetes:A new Canadian research has shown that eating of chilli pepper prevent diabetes due to capsaicin component.
  7. Capsaicin: The alkaloid compound, capsaicin acts like as anti-bacterial, anti-carcinogenic, analgesic and anti-diabetic.
  8. Vitamin C: Fresh red and green chilli are rich in vitamin C, which helps in protecting from scurvy, develop immune system and works against free radicals.
  9. Antioxidants:Chilli pepper is abundant with antioxidants such as vitamin A, flavonoids, beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, lutein, zea-xanthin, and cryptoxanthin.  All these antioxidants helps to fight against free radicals thereby save the body from many diseases. Vitamin A is good for healthy mucous membrane.
  10. Minerals: Chille is having varied minerals-potassium, manganese, iron, magnesium, etc. Potassium is good for heart rate and blood pressure.
  11. Vitamins: Chilli is loaded with vitamins like niacin, pyridoxine, riboflavin, and thiamine.
  12. Medicinal Uses: Due to presence of Capsaicin compounds, chilli pepper is used in preparation of ointment; also used in formulation to be used in arthritic pain and sore muscles.
  13. Sound Sleep: Eating a chilli per day is helpful to stay sleep longer.
  14. Fight Inflammation: In a recent study, it has been shown that a diet containing of hot chillies reduce the risk of cancer. As per many clinical studies, it has been shown that natural capsaicin slow down the growth of leukemia cells and helps to prevent prostrate cancer.
  15. Fight Migraine: Researches have proved that chilli can combat headache, migraine and sinusitis owing to capsaicin control neuropeptide substance P that is the harbinger of migraine.
  16. Sinus Prevention: Heat due to capsaicin helps to clear mucous from the nasal passage and also fights sinuses.
  17. Lose Weight: Capsaicin is thermogenic in nature, which helps to activate metabolism adipose layer of the body thereby helps to melt fat to a certain extent.
  18. Side effects: Chilli has side effects. Chillies shouldn’t be used by person who has the problems of acidity, hyper-acidity, ulcer and stomach burning.

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