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Long Hot Finger Pepper


  • The long hot finger pepper is native to the tropical regions of Central and South America. Indigenous cultures from Mexico to Peru were the first to domesticate this crop. At the end of the 15th century, Columbus brought the pepper back to Europe after arriving in the Americas and spread it to other parts of the world.
  • This pepper is an annual plant, bearing upright stems with many branches. The peppers are green when immature, and turn bright red, yellow, or purple when ripe. The peppers typically seen in stores are red.
  • Unsurprisingly, long hot finger peppers enjoy... heat! These pepper plants thrive in full sunlight, nutrient- and mineral-rich soil, and hot environments between 30-35℃.


  • Blood sugar balance: Scientists in Jamaica have shown through experiments that capsaicin can significantly lower blood sugar levels.
  • Hot and healthy: Pepper contains a component that can effectively burn fat in the body and promote metabolism to achieve weight loss.
  • Heart-healthy: Peppers can reduce blood lipids, reduce thrombosis, and have a preventive effect on cardiovascular disease.