How to Grow Hot Peppers

Hot Pepper evolved in our part of the world, so they are perfectly adapted to our environmental conditions.

Peppers contain capsaicin, which is used in a variety of medicines to treat arthritis, cancer, inflammation, pain and a variety of other ailments. Peppers are also high in vitamin A, B and C.

One plant will provide all the peppers the average family needs.

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