Botanical Name : Capsicum Frutescens
Tamil Name : மிளகாய் தூள் / Milakai Thul
English Name : Chilly Powder
Hindi Name : मिर्च पाउडर / Mirchi powder
Malayalam Name : മുളകുപൊടി / Mulakupeati
Telugu Name : కారం పొడి / Karam Podi
Chili powder known as Mirchi powder belongs to the botanical family of Capsicum Frutescens. Chili pepper is widely known as the fruit of plants of the genus Capsicum. Originally native to the United States, the chili peppers were brought to Asia by the Portuguese navy in the 16th century.
After the Colombian trade, they were cultivated around the world. Today, however, chilli peppers are present in the production, consumer, and exports. About 75% of India’s total chilli pepper production is exported from Andhra Pradesh.
The chilly powder is commonly utilized every meal in Australia, South Africa, Britain, New Zealand, India, and in various Asian countries, in a variety of dishes and snacks. This chili powder is used in both food and medicine.
Red chilly contains small amounts of pro-vitamin A (carotene) and high amounts of vitamin C. Both green and yellow chilly, in particular, have a considerable amount of alkalinity. Chilli peppers are an excellent source of vitamin B6 and B vitamins and are rich in potassium, magnesium, and iron.
- Chilli powder is known for its anti-inflammatory properties which help to reduce inflammation of the sores and joints quickly and increase blood circulation.
- Chilli powder helps fight the harmful bacteria in the body by blocking acid reflux.
- It contains a combination of capsaicin that refreshes your metabolism and increases fat-burning ability.
- Vitamin C is one of the best antioxidants that can strengthen the immune system and heal infections and wounds.
There are no side effects in using this product. But over usage of chilly may cause stomach ulcers.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.