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Chilli Pepper

the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Chilli Pepper

the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Chilli Pepper

We are offering chilli pepper. the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Black Pepper

Black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Black Pepper

We are offering black pepper.black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Chilli Pepper

the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Chilli Pepper

the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. Capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Chilli Pepper

We are offering chilli pepper. the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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Black Pepper

We are offering black pepper. Black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Black Pepper

We are offering black pepper. Black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Black Pepper

Black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Black Pepper

Black pepper is notable for myriads of medicinal qualities. It is extensively used as a flavoring agent to treat foods stuffs. In addition to it, we also make available optimal quality black pepper oil, which is extensively used as base material for various herbal medicines. The black pepper powder accessible with us is free from any contamination as we process it in clean and disinfected conditions. Apart from that, we are considered to be the most famous black pepper exporter as well as one of the foremost suppliers from india.

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Chilli Pepper

We are offering chilli pepper. the chilli peppers we deal in are sourced directly from our self owned farms. Therefore, these chilli peppers are fresh and free from any impurities. Our hot chilli pepper is used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The red chilli pepper made accessible from us is made available in safe and secure packing and hence its freshness can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, we are one of the most renowned chilli pepper manufacturers as well as suppliers from india. the term chilli can be confusing. It is used for several species in the genus capsicum, of which there are lots of cultivars grown worldwide. These two are the most important in south asia. The latin name capsicum comes from a greek-based derivative of 'kapto' meaning 'to bite' - in reference to its pungency. the plant commercially produced dry chilli mainly comes from capsicum annuum cultivars. It is a very variable species growing to 1.5 m high. leaves - the shape varies according to cultivar from broadly rounded to elongated with a tapering tip. The colour ranges from dark to light green and occasionally even purple. flowers - single, white flowers usually occur at the ends of branches. fruits - very variable in size, shape, colour and pungency. Depending on the cultivar, they range from the mild, fleshy, sweet peppers used as vegetables and to make paprika, to the tiny, fiery, finger-like chilli peppers. Seeds are white or cream, almost circular and flat. capsicum frutescens is a shrubby plant with small, conical fruits which are extremely pungent and used to make cayenne pepper. chilli pepper - traditional medicine capsicum annuum has been used externally as a local irritant to counter other irritants, itching or pain. For example, the chillis diluted with soap liniment have been applied to the skin for alleviating the pain in rheumatic joints and have been applied for chest affections such as bronchitis. Chilli has also been used to apply to snake bites. A gargle, tincture or paste has been used for tonsillitis and other sore throat conditions and hoarseness. chilli pepper remedies in medicinal doses it has a reputation for stimulating the gut and helping digestion, causing a burning sensation in the mouth and increasing the flow of saliva. It is reputed to stimulate the heart, skin, kidneys and nervous system and to act as an aphrodisiac. It has been given for a number of conditions such as in some forms of delirium, for sea-sickness, malarial and other fevers, gout, constipation and haemorrhoids. it has also been used for alleviating uterine and other internal bleeding, and when combined with a plant called nux vomica (a source of strychnine botanically known as strychnos nux-vomica) it has been used for digestive disorders, chronic diarrhoea and colic, and has been used in chronic alcoholism. The snuff has been used to treat hayfever. The whole plant cooked in milk has been applied to reduce swellings and hardened tumours. Chilli powder has been used in india to apply to dog bites. capsicum frutescens, also known as bird's eye chilli, has been used in neuralgic and rheumatic conditions as a stimulant. chilli pepper - western medicine chilli pepper species are reported to contain many different compounds, including capsaicinoids (e.g. Capsaicin), carotenoids and flavonoids. Some studies show that capsicum and capsaicin may have anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial effects. chillies in medicines oleoresin from the chilli pepper is included in some over-the-counter medicines for application to the skin to act as counter-irritants. These medicines, for example algipan rub®, may be used for some joint or muscle pains. Some prescription medicines that contain capsaicin are prescribed for applying to the skin to alleviate some types of pain in joints, for example zacin® cream. Other prescription medicines containing capsaicin (e.g. Axsain® cream) are prescribed to apply to the skin to relieve some types of nerve pain, such as post-herpetic neuralgia. capsicum has also been included in some cough preparations, for example buttercup syrup. safety all parts of chilli peppers and ornamental cultivars, particularly the fruits are potentially toxic in external use. The oleoresin is strongly irritant to eyes, tender skin and mucous membranes and contact of capsaicin with eyes may cause eye disorders such as corneal abrasions. Side-effects of chilli or capsaicin, when applied to the skin, may include a burning sensation. Contact dermatitis has been reported following direct handling of chilli peppers containing capsaicin. Chronic occupational exposure to chilli peppers (c. Annum) may result in an increase in coughing. chilli pepper - food chilli peppers (not to be confused with black pepper) are widely used as a condiment and vegetable all over the world. The fruits are consumed fresh, dried or processed as a spice. Colour and flavour extracts are used in both the food and feed industry, for example for ginger , hot sauces and poultry feed. types of chilli pepper though chilli peppers are famous for their 'hot' flavour, there are many different cultivated types each with distinct characteristics. Chilli peppers have been breed with different levels of the pungent compound capsaicin in them. This can vary from type to type, so some are much hotter than others. mild and sweet bell peppers are cultivars of the species capsicum annuum. They do not contain capsaicin. Mild and pungent paprika is made using these fruits. At the other end of the scale, cayenne pepper is fiery hot. It is the ground seeds from cultivars of capsicum frutescens. chilli pepper is thought to be the most popular spice with over 20% of the worlds' population using it in some form. It can be eaten fresh, or dried, in powdered or crushed form. In south asia it is ground or chopped and added to spice mixtures and dishes where it adds a hot flavour. the use of chilli peppers in food was initially associated with hot countries because after eating food containing chilli peppers people feel cooler. This is because it induces perspiration that results in a loss of body heat. It can also suppress the appetite but not thirst. So people eat less but continue to drink water. in south asia families will often make their own very potent oils from chilli seeds. These oils are very hot and rarely sold abroad. Chilli pepper fruits are also used to make extracts that can be used to add the spicy flavour to ginger and .

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