Big Red Chilli

Specification:

Product NameRed Chilli
Product TypeTropical & Sub-Tropical Fruit
Storage TypeFresh
Cultivation TypeCOMMON
Size (cm)4-7cm
Weight (kg)

5kg

Place of OriginJawa Timur, Indonesia
ColorRed
Brand NameGreen Earth
CertificationPhytosanitary
PackingBy 10kg/15kg carton, or by 10kg/15kg/20kg mesh bag,
Quantity in carton

10kgs/15kg Carton

Contentfresh products
Port:Tanjung Perak of Surabaya

Shape

long

TasteHot Spicy
MOQ1×20’RF

Chilies are fruits and plants belonging to the genus Capsicum. The fruit can be classified as vegetables or spices, depending on how it is used. As a spice, hot chilies are very popular in Southeast Asia as a flavor enhancer for food. For the art of Padang cooking, chili is even considered the tenth (instead of ninth) “staple food”. It is very difficult for Padang cuisine to be made without chilies.

Behind the spicy taste, there are many benefits of chili for health, from relieving nasal congestion, increasing body immunity, to burning body fat. This benefit comes from a variety of important nutrients in it.

Chili is often used as a complementary spice in every dish. Sometimes, chilies are also dried or ground into a powder. There are various types of chili that are commonly used, such as cayenne pepper, green chili, red chili, yellow chili, and jalapeno.

6 Benefits of Chili for Body Health – Alodokter

Chili contains various compounds that act as antioxidants, such as capsaicin, carotenoids, violaxanthin, and lutein. In addition, chili also contains several vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium.

However, avoid consuming chilies excessively, because it can cause digestive disorders. This spicy food should also be given gradually to children.

Various Benefits of Chili for Health
If consumed in moderation, there are various benefits of chili that can be obtained, including:

1. Overcoming nasal congestion
One of the benefits of chili that can be felt immediately is to relieve nasal congestion. Because of the spicy sensation, consuming foods that contain capsaicin can relieve swelling in the airways and thin mucus so that it is easier to expel.

2. Relieve pain
In addition to relieving nasal congestion, the capsaicin compound in chilies is also useful as a pain reliever, so it is often used as an ingredient in ointments or creams to relieve muscle and joint pain.

You may feel a burning sensation when you apply ointments or creams that contain capsaicin, but you may feel less muscle and joint pain.

3. Increase body immunity
Chili contains abundant vitamin C, even more than oranges. The content of vitamin C found in chilies is useful for increasing the body’s immunity, so that the body is not susceptible to certain infections or diseases.

4. Lose weight
Consuming enough chilies can also lose weight. This is because the capsaicin content in chilies can reduce appetite, and even increase fat burning in the body.

5. Against free radicals
The content of capsaicin and vitamin C in chili also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects in the body. This effect can protect the body from cell damage due to excess free radicals, which can trigger chronic diseases such as heart disease.

6. Prevent cancer
Capsaicin in chilies, carotenoids in red chilies, and violaxanthin in yellow chilies are also known to fight cancer cells because they are antioxidants.

In one study, the antioxidant content in chili peppers was able to kill several cancer cells, including colon, liver, lung and pancreatic cancer. However, the benefits of chili in treating cancer and its safety still need further research.

Even though it has many health benefits, chili consumption still needs to be careful. For some people, especially those with irritable bowel syndrome, consumption of chili peppers can actually cause stomach pain and diarrhea.

To reduce the risk of side effects from consuming chilies, it is recommended that you limit your intake of chilies to a maximum of half a cup per day.

For those of you who feel spiciness after eating foods containing chilies, drink milk or eat starchy foods, such as bread, to relieve the spicy taste.

You can get the various benefits of chili above if you consume it in moderation. If you have special health conditions, you should first consult your doctor regarding the limits of safe chili consumption.

 

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