Some of the hottest peppers are grown along the Cayenne River in French Guinea, and it is from them that this spice was made. Its characteristic spiciness is due to the alkaloid capsaicin contained in them, to which a number of healing properties are attributed. It contains many nutrients and vitamins - vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin K.
There are a wide range of health benefits: its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Used against colds and flu. Improves digestion. Helps to lose weight. It is useful in preventing the formation of clots, which reduces the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes.
Ingredients: dried, smoked and finely ground cayenne peppers.
How to use: suitable for seasoning legumes, main dishes, desserts, drinks and more. It is recommended to be used in small doses as it is very spicy.
Storage: in a cool, dry and dark place. Keep out of reach of children!