What is it?
Our sweet chilli sauce made from a variety of flavoursome chillies and sweet peppers, enhanced by sativa dominant flowers ~ all organically grown by ourselves.
Our chillies are harvested by hand, chopped & softened gently then combined with our home made tomato sauce, and euphorically enhanced with our Herb.
Ingredients: chillies, sweet peppers, tomatoes, oranges, cane sugar, sativa dominant flowers and garlic:
- 55ml ~ net weight 67g ~ 1200mg
- 110ml ~ net weight 114g ~ 2200mg
Our varieties of chillies & sweet peppers include:
Bird's Eye️ chili is small yet is fiery hot.
Measuring around 50,000~100,000 Scoville units (SHU), is at the lower half of the range for the hotter habanero but still much hotter than the more delicately flavoured Jalapeño.
Scotch️ Bonnets have a heat rating of 100,000~350,000 SHU.
Ghost Pepper, also known as Bhut Jolokia rating for the ghost pepper of 855,000 SHU
Fire Cracker chilli is a delight the palate as well as the eye.
It is a reasonably hot pepper, with a SHU rating of 30,000 to 40,000.
Nu Mex, a highly ornamental variety of Chilli, which produces masses of small, spicy fruits in a multitude of colours. Heat rating approximately 30,00 to 50,00 SHUs.
Moruga️ Red is one of the hottest of the Trinidad Scorpion Chillies.
It has been recorded at over 2 million SHU but tends to average at 1.2million.
The flavour is surprisingly delicate, sweet with floral fragrance.
Joe's Long Cayenne️ Pepper, Capsicum annuum, 50,000 SHU.
A Cayenne chilli whose fantastically long fruit often grow to 25cm or more.
Chilli Cherry Bomb pepper, and Sweet Cherry chilli pepper, Pimento or Red Cherry chilli peppers are named after their resemblance in size and shape to cherries and cherry tomatoes.
Cowhorn peppers are long, fairly thick-walled chili peppers that are shaped a bit like cow horns, hence the name.
They are very large peppers in general, growing up to ten inches long, though the pods are thin and curvy, very much like a large Cayenne pepper.
What's it good for?
There are numerous research papers and anecdotal experience which has proven its antioxidant, anti~inflammatory and antitumour properties.
Chillies are packed full with vitamins A, C and E:
- boosts the metabolism
- calms neurological tremors
- enhances immune health
- full of antioxidants
- helps maintain healthy blood pressure
- improves gut health by being a gentle laxative
- reduces joint pain
- relieves pain by releasing endorphins, in turn lifting your mood
Considered a super food due to its many and potent properties, tomatoes are also a very versatile fruit in the kitchen.
Some of its beneficial health properties include:
- skincare ~ tomatoes contain high levels of Lycopene, which is used in several of the higher end facial cleansers.
- antitumour ~ a number of studies have been conducted showing the high levels of Lycopene in tomatoes greatly reduces your chances of developing prostate, colorectal and stomach cancers.
- vision ~ tomatoes are good for your eyes. Vitamin A found in tomatoes is fantastic for improving your vision. In addition, eating tomatoes is one of the best foods to eat to prevent the development of night blindness.
Flavonoid antioxidants in oranges provide anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antimicrobial benefits. They also defend against oxidative stress.
One medium orange provides four ounces of water. Roughly 60-70% of the human body is made of water, and it’s required for every bodily process.
The fragrance (terpenes) of oranges are regarded as mood boosters.
All grown outside by ourselves using what Nature provides, organically and ethically.
Once harvested these flowers have been slowly dried before being carefully pared to remove all stems sticks branches and twigs, leaving only the florets, which we use for our oils.
There are in excess of 200 separately identifed organic compounds to be found in this humble plant, with an ever increasing list of health benefits:
- boosts bone growth
- bronchial dilator (asthma)
- decreases spasticity (MS)
- pain killer
- reduces stress
- relieves nausea/vomiting
- prevents cartilage breakdown
- stimulates appetite
A strongly flavoured bulb from the onion family, grown in quantity in the Mediterranean regions and is an integral part of the diets there too.
Garlic helps prevent and reduce the severity of common viral infections such as corona
Eaten raw helps manage and reduce blood pressure.
Garlic contains antioxidants that protect against cell damage and aging. It may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
It's strongly antimicrobial properties makes it a useful addition to home pickles and preserves.
How to eat?
Best eaten on an empty stomach.
As with the Original Sauce can be used as a sauce on the side of any meal, with breads, vegies & crisps as a dip, it will blend nicely with honey, oils or mayo to create dressings and marinades the citrus comes through well. Can also be added to vegetable juices particularly good in Tomato juice.
Great as an additional ingredient in other dishes such as chillis, risottos and soups lovely with Butternut squash or Pumpkin soup any kind of Bake or potato dish (Rosti or Croquettes add a little to the frying pan towards end of cooking)
You may also like to try our hot pot sauce with these dishes:
- add a teaspoon to a glass of fresh tomato juice
- spread across cheese topped toast prior to grilling
- added to pasta sauces or baked beans
- drizzle on your pizza after baking
How much to eat?
If this is your first try, no more than one (1) small teaspoon; then wait at least forty-five (45) minutes between helpings:
How strong is it?
Medium in strength this will calm the nervous system while boosting energy, creativity and clarity of thought.
Once opened keep refrigerated & use within two months
Do not mix with alcohol
For best before date see jar label