Red hot pepper

India and America are considered to be red hot pepper originating territories. Pepper is mentioned in ancient Indian scientists’ papers written about 3,000 years ago. In ancient Rome, pepper was almost money, quite often the goods were exchanged for hot burning seedpods.

Red pepper reaches 60 cm height having branched stems and elliptical leaves. Its berries have not juicy pericarp from spherical tosnout shaped, coming with yellow and red to black and olive green in color. Pepper contains rather big amount of carbohydrates, vitamins-beta-carotene, A, B, E, C, K, PP; minerals-potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, selenium.

Red hot pepper assists to digest heavy meal, helping the stomach. Pepper is able to deal with the causes of thrombosis and similar diseases.Pepper is actively involved into metabolic processes in the body consequently saturating blood with required components.

Red hot pepper benefits for hair:

  • The component parts of red hot pepper imply effect on skin cells along with subcutaneous microcirculation and blood circulation.
  • Vitamin A regenerates damaged cells, vitamin C increases hair resistance to external factors, vitamin B6is necessary for hair thickness, it stimulates growth and prevents hair loss.