Cayenne Pepper ground
Cayenne pepper is one of the hottest spices in the world
Aroma of cayenne pepper
Bell peppers have a SHU of 0 since they do not contain capsaicin. Banana peppers rate from around 100-900 SHU and habanero chilis rate 100,000 to 350,000 SHU; whereas some of the world’s hottest peppers like ghost peppers rate as high as 855,000-1,463,700 SHU.
Uses of cayenne pepper
Chili con carne, the hot sauce Sambal Olek. Asian cooking, spicy dishes like soups, sauces, hot marinades, dips, add heat to everything from guacamole, salsa and tacos to chili and gumbo and anywhere else where a lot of exotic spiciness is desired.
Origin and history of cayenne pepper
The cayenne pepper is a cultivar of Capsicum annuum and is said to have originated in Cayenne, French Guiana in South America. The cayenne spice is produced by drying and grinding the orange to deep-red fruits and the cayenne spice derives its fiery flavor from the chemical called capsaicin.
Benefits* of cayenne pepper
Anit-Irritant Properties, Anti-Cold Flus Agent, Migrane Headache Prevention, Anti -Allergen, Digestive Aid, Useful for Blood Clots, Detox support, Joint Pain Reliever, Anti-Bacterial Properties, Weight Loss Support, Can promote Heart-Health.
*Disclainer: These statements have not been evaluted by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease