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Chilli Health
 
Chilli Pepper products should always be taken in a liquid or as a sweet. Part of the effect of chilli is released through the chilli in the mouth as you drink it in a warm liquid, water, broth, tea or straight under or on the tongue or as a sweet. As well as this when you drink the chilli product the stomach has time to prepare itself for the hot pepper and it coats itself to prepare to receive something hot.
 
 

Hot Toddy
Hot Toddy is a traditional drink made from hot water, lemon juice and honey. We have added a little root ginger and a few drops of whisky to aid sleep.

Give yourself a daily boost with a tasty cleansing drink made from a spoonful or two of our chilli honey below in a cup of hot water and drink each morning before breakfast.

Next time you go to the gym, have a spoonful of our chilli honey beforehand. Honey is a source of natural unrefined sugars and carbohydrates, which are easily absorbed by the body, providing an instant energy boost.
60ml
£2.50

     
     
     
 

Chilli Honey
The Aztecs in a thick atole with yellow chilli and honey. We have used it in our family for many years. This is a relatively strong chilli drink and is to be added to a hot or warm water drink. If you are accustomed to hot chilli you can use it on a teaspoon 2 to 3 times a day. Active ingredients are Honey and a high strength cayenne chilli capsaicin. Chilli Honey is great to have in the kitchen as a treat or to use in marinades, dips, salad dressings or as a hot drink.

240g Jar clear honey infused with chilli £2.50 plus £1.00 supplement towards the postage of heavy items.

     
     
     
 

Ginger Chilli Honey
The Aztecs in a thick atole with yellow chilli and honey. We have used it in our family for many years. This is a relatively strong chilli drink and is to be added to a hot or warm water drink. If you are accustomed to hot chilli you can use it on a teaspoon 2 to 3 times a day. Active ingredients are Honey and a high strength cayenne chilli capsaicin. Chilli Honey is great to have in the kitchen as a treat or to use in marinades, dips, salad dressings or as a hot drink.

240g Jar clear honey infused with chilli £2.50 plus £1.00 supplement towards the postage of heavy items.

     
     
     
 

Russian Nastoyka
Russian Nastoyka is a traditional Russian drink, Russian Vodka infused with Pure Chilli Extract and African Birds Eye Chillies.

60ml £2.50

     
     
     
 

Birds Eye Chilli
Birds Eye Chilli African Birds Eye Whole Dried Chilli,150,000-200,000 SHU, Heat Level 8++ These are found all over Africa, where they are also called, African Devil, Congo, Mombassa, Pequin, Uganda and Zanzibar chillies. They are very small conical chillis ranging from 1-1.6 cm long. They grow wild or semi-wild and are bright scarlet red. Used a lot in Asian and Thai cooking. Ideal chilli for using dry and as chilli powder. Also ideal infusing with olive oil for a salad dressing with some kick.

Birds Eye Whole Dried Chilli £1.95

     
     
     

Could Chilli Pepper Relieve Pain?
Currently King’s College, London is carrying out a research project on harnessing the heat in chilli peppers and adapting it to combat inflammation in arthritis.

Their hope is that it will lead to a drug being manufactured, incorporating the established pain relieving effects of capsaicin creams in a tablet form. A spokesperson for the Arthritis Research Campaign, which is funding the research said: "We welcome any new initiatives to help reduce the pain of arthritis. "We know that Chilli Peppers (capsaicin) has a pain relieving effect when used in a cream form, so it makes sense to try and harness its anti-inflammatory properties into a tablet.
http://www.arc.org.uk/news/pressreleases/17521.asp

     
     
     
 

Chilli Muscle Rub

Could Chilli Pepper Relieve Pain?chilli muscle cream

Dr Paddy Clarke, who’s a Pain Consultant at the Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Royal Hospitals uses Chilli Muscle Cream as his secret weapon.

Currently King’s College, London is carrying out a research project on harnessing the heat in chilli peppers and adapting it to combat inflammation in arthritis.

Their hope is that it will lead to a drug being manufactured, incorporating the established pain relieving effects of capsaicin creams in a tablet form.  A spokesperson for the Arthritis Research Campaign, which is funding the research said: "We welcome any new initiatives to help reduce the pain of arthritis. "We know that Chilli Peppers (capsaicin) has a pain relieving effect when used in a cream form, so it makes sense to try and harness its anti-inflammatory properties into a tablet.


Arthrtis Research Campagn

New research to harness the effectiveness of chilli peppers to treat arthritis – without the burning sensation

A team of researchers in London are to investigate how capsaicin, the hot substance found in chilli peppers, works in combating inflammation in arthritis.

Researchers at the King’s College, London, led by Professor Susan Brain, awarded funding over two years of £127,000 from the Arthritis Research Campaign, are hoping to harness the effects of capsaicin to relieve arthritic pain - without the burning side effects of chilli peppers.

The ultimate aim is to develop a new type of anti-inflammatory painkiller for people with arthritis, who face serious side effects from long-term use of existing drugs.

“Pain from arthritic joints has serious effects on quality of life, and the use of anti-inflammatory pain killers can be associated with adverse side effects,” explained Professor Brain, Professor of Pharmocology at Guy’s Campus. “We know that the activation of a mechanism called TRPV1 on pain-sensitive nerves is involved in arthritis models. However, little is known of mechanisms that link the inflammatory and pain-sensitive components.

“TRPV1 is stimulated by capsaicin, which is found in extracts from chilli peppers. Capsaicin has been used for many treatments including rheumatism, in folk medicine. There are also creams available that include capsaicin and are applied to the skin to treat the aches and pains, but they are associated with a burning sensation.

“This project  is designed to learn more precisely how capsaicin works to combat the effects of one of the best-known inflammatory substances, TNF-alpha, and in turn work towards the possibility that agents without the burning side effects of chilli peppers may be useful in the treatment of arthritis.”

Although the research is still in its early stages, the team at the Vascular Biology and Inflammation Group in KCL’s Cardiovascular Division, are hopeful that their work could lead to new targets for anti-inflammatory drug development.

http://www.arc.org.uk/news/pressreleases/17521.asp

Try our Chilli Muscle Rub

30g £4.11

     
     
     
 

Tiger Balm

Tiger Balm's unique formulation contains camphor, menthol, cajuput oil and clove oil. Tiger Balm white with a higher concentration of mint oil. This size jar will last a long time, it would normally do neck and shoulders about 50 times.

Tiger Balm White 19.4g £4.25


Tiger Balm red with its comforting aroma of cinnamon.
Tiger Balm Red 19.4g £4.50.

     
     
     
 

Capsicum (Chilli ) Plaster

This is a capsicum sticking plaster that has been treated with extract of Capsici. You should wear them as a whole plaster where needed and left for two - three days.

Pack of small plasters 5.75 cm x 4.5 cm per piece Capsicum Plaster, Pack of 10 £1.65

     
     
     

 
How does chilli help?
 
As the weather gets colder more and more of us will come down with a cold or flu.

But did you know that food such as chillies can help protect us from common winter conditions? So spice up your life and help beat the cold with hot ingredients like chillies.

Two hundred scientific tests on chillies are currently underway, looking at the effects of eating it and looking at the active ingredient of capsaicin separately as a treatment, often in the form of a cream. Chilli Muscle Rub.

Dr Ann Walker, described as an expert in human nutrition from Reading University is also quoted as confirming the use of chillies in a cream for back conditions and the evidence available of their efficacy in treating certain skin conditions.

Chillies are also thought to trigger the release of 'feel good' endorphins which lift the spirits.

Chillies have long been used as part of traditional remedies, probably first by the Aztecs. In Russia, a drink called Nastoyka (made from chillies soaked in vodka) has also been used as a traditional remedy.

As the Daily Express editorial concludes, it is very nice when something so tasty may also be good for you!
 
Cayenne / Chilli Peppers / hot peppers / Aji / Chiles / Chili these are names used alternatively for Capsicum. Chilli peppers are the fruit of the plant Capsicum that forms part of the nightshade family (Solanaceae). It is a substance called Capsaicin that causes the heat in chillies and is a flavourless, odourless chemical concentrated in the veins of chillies.

Cultivated for thousands of years in the tropical Americas, Africa and India, Chilli Pepper is used as a catalyst in many herbal combinations.

Because chilli makes you sweat, it has been used in herbal combinations.

When you eat something hot like a chilli, your nose runs and you sweat.

Chilli Peppers contain capsaicin, the source of the heat in hot peppers. Capsaicin and substances that contain it are among the most studied of substances in medical, pharmaceutical, and nutrition research.

Herbal tinctures (extracts) are a highly effective way to administer herbs. They are very concentrated; they work faster than and are four to eight times stronger than capsules. Extracts are easily digestible and quickly assimilate into the system.

Chilli Pepper products should always be taken in a liquid or as a sweet. Part of the effect of chilli is released through the chilli in the mouth as you drink it in a warm liquid, water, broth, tea or straight under or on the tongue or as a sweet. As well as this when you drink the chilli remedy the stomach has time to prepare itself for the hot pepper and it coats itself to prepare to receive something hot.

Disclaimer
Note that we (The Chilli Pepper Company) or the manufacturers of any of our products accept no liability for any injury, loss, discomfort, etc., arising from the use of any product supplied. You are strongly advised to seek the advice of your Doctor before using any of our products if you are presently taking any medication or if you are in any doubt concerning their use for your condition.
 
 
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Compact, decorative and easy to grow. With only a little tender loving care you can grow your own hot chilli peppers from our seeds.
All Seeds are 1.75 per packet, unless stated otherwise, each packet contains an average of 15 seeds, unless stated otherwise.  A free Packet of Seeds with all chilli seed Orders Over 5 Except Seed Collections.

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