Hot Chillies!

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What makes chillies feel so hot?

 

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Chilli Peppers taste hot because of a chemical compound called Capsaicin, which bonds the sensory nerves and tricks them into thinking as if the mouth is actually being burned.

 

Fact Compiled By: Raj Kumar Hansdah

 

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