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Zombie Blood

Zach's Zombie Blood

Jolokia Ghost Chili Pepper that feels like lava on your lips, melted tungsten on your tongue, burning carbon subnitride on your throat, and….well, you get the picture. Don’t get it in your eyes, don’t pour it onto any anatomically-correct part of your body, avoid injecting it into your veins, don’t feed it to your cat, and drink responsibly. Oh, we pour honey into it, so it’s a little sweet.

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Chili Pepper Trivia

Chiles are a known aphrodisiac. They also cause the brain to release opiate-like endorphins giving a person a feeling of well-being.

Contrary to what many believe, the seeds are NOT the source of heat in a chili pepper. The real heat is in the placenta which attaches the seeds to the pod.

Red chili peppers have more Vitamin A than carrots.

Food safety: Chiles can reduce harmful bacteria on food.

A compound found in chili peppers (Capsaicin) is known to reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and ward off heart attacks and strokes.

Chiles are not vegetables but fruits.

The heat in a chile comes from an oil called Capsaicin.

The smaller and thinner the pepper, the hotter it will be.

Chiles are eaten daily by 25% of the world's population.

PEPPERS ARE ADDICTIVE! The good news is that you quickly grow tolerant of the heat.

Peppers are rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, as well as Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Niacin, Potassium, Riboflavin and Thiamin.

People who regularly eat chiles are generally healthier than people who don't.

Chiles are the perfect diet food. They're low in calories, increase the body's metabolism, add flavor to healthy foods, and curb the appetite.

The Red Savina Habanero holds the title for the world's hottest chili pepper.

After salt, chiles are the most common spice in the world.

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