Spicy Red Chilies at home: Potential benefits
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Spicy Red Chilies at home: Potential benefits

Potential Benefits of Red Chilies

Chilies are quite common in Indian households. They have been used for many generations. A meal without chili is nearly incomplete., but what we need to know is about the science and potential benefits behind it. In this blog “Spicy Red Chilies at home: Potential benefits” we can know more about chilies

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Red Chilies are great immune boosters and should not be neglected.

They also help with weight loss.

They have lots of anti-oxidants present, which prevents Cancers.

Chilies are also great for relieving throat problems.

They also have anti-inflammatory properties.

Chilies can also manage blood sugar levels and can control diabetes.

Red Chilies have a considerable amount of Vitamin-C, making them boost the immune system of the body.

Therefore, it is a good idea to use red chilies in your regular diet.

How to grow Red Chilies naturally at home

Spicy Red Chilies at home: Potential benefits
Spicy Red Chilies at home: Potential benefits

Here is a step-by-step guide to growing your red chilies at home.

Firstly, you need a place of plenty of light, heat, moisture, and humidity. 

Take a good pot or container, preferably with 16 to 18 inches. The pot should contain some drain holes.

Prepare good soil by adding organic manure.

Plant the seeds in the soil and cover the soil surface with a 2-inch wood chip mulch.

It’s a good idea to mix 5-10 gm of neem cake at the time of soil preparation; it will protect the young plants from soil-borne diseases and pests.

Once the chili seeds have been planted, water the soil.

Maintain the soil moist but not soggy.

It is ideal for planting red chilies at the end of Winter. 

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