Peppers, Buena Mulata Hot
This African hot pepper has the heat of perhaps habaneros or Scotch Bonnets, but with a rich "even smokey" flavor. If you like hot with amazing flavor, these are the peppers for you.
Do you love the spicy flavor that peppers have to offer? Then you’re in luck, because capsaicin may help you prevent cancer, fight diabetes and even relieve pain.
Known as the spice factor in peppers, capsaicin gives those delicious veggies their heat. With the exception of the bell pepper, capsaicin is generally synonymous with peppers. It’s also one of the features of cayenne pepper that make it so beneficial.
With a massive and ever-growing body of research supporting it, there can be little doubt that capsaicin has the potential to revolutionize more than one traditional method of treatment in the medical community. Read on to find out how this compound works and the incredible properties it has.
May Be Helpful in Treating Cancer
Decreases Incidence of Cluster Headaches
Aids in Management of Diabetes
Helps in Weight-Loss Efforts
Helps Protect the Brain
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Peppers are best stored in a sealed plastic bag, with excess air pushed out, and placed in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator.
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