Capsicum, a herb that is commonly referred to as chili pepper, is frequently used for added flavor in curries and dishes. Green capsicums, often known as green peppers, are medium-sized fruit pods with a bell shape. Their skin is thick and lustrous, with a meaty texture on the inside.
Capsaicin is a substance found in the capsicum plant's fruit that appears to help with pain and swelling reduction. Its fruit is frequently applied to the skin for the relief of arthritis pain and other ailments. Other than the great health benefits, capsicum has a unique flavor that leaves a somewhat pungent yet pleasant taste on the tongue.
Capsicum is good for your immune system and digestive health. It promotes hunger, decreases triglyceride and cholesterol levels, accelerates metabolism, strengthens the immune system, and increases resistance to sinus, cold, and sore throat by stimulating the production of stomach juices.
Capsicum is an abundantly cultivated genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family Solanaceae that is native to the Americas and farmed for its chili pepper or bell pepper fruit all over the world.
Vitamin C is abundant in capsicum; hence, they are great for the immune system. Capsicum's vitamin C can help the body fight illness by promoting the formation of white blood cells.
Green capsicums remain one of the richest sources of vitamins such as Vitamin B and C. When dried, chili peppers are stronger in vitamin E. Also, iron, calcium, copper, manganese, and molybdenum are examples of minerals present in them, along with amino acids like Tryptophan, phenylalanine, and lysine.
But, remember, the skin of bell peppers is sometimes hard to break down for digestion, hence can cause stomach pain or gas for some people.
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