Three quarters of the world’s population eat chilli every day. Chilli is growing and grown in the warmer parts of the world, where the popular spice has its roots. Chili Pepper belongs to the capsicum (as well as tomato and tobacco included in the potato family) and through the centuries conquered the world. It is used not only as a vegetable and spice, but also as medicine, weapons and symbol.
Chilli has long been regarded as one of the world’s best natural medicines. It does boost endorphins in the body, increases metabolism, and has high values of A and Vitamin C. Chilli is additionally a strong antioxidant and seems vasodilator which is good for people such as angina.