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Jyada spicy khaane se kya insaan ki body jyada HOT ho jaati hai ???

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Asked by chand, 20 Feb '13 09:55 am
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Piles ho jaayenge........ :p (In your language - Khoon Kharaba) lolzzzz
Answered by Gypsy, 20 Feb '13 10:16 am

 
  
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To some extent ...
Answered by vijay, 20 Feb '13 10:46 am

 
  
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Nahi !!! Acidity, gas, badhajmi hone ka guarrantee hai....
Answered by Pradipta pati, 20 Feb '13 10:04 am

 
  
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Nahi pet kharab ho jata hai
Answered by babu rao, 20 Feb '13 09:57 am

 
  
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They stimulate the circulation and raise body temperature. If you are living in a hot climate, the increase in body temperature can make you feel cooler by diminishing the difference between you and the surrounding air and by inducing sweating, which cools the body when the perspiration evaporates.

Peppery foods are also believed to stimulate the appetite by setting off the flow of saliva and gastric juices, a nutritionally important effect for people in tropical areas where the oppressive heat acts as an appetite suppressant. And, anecdotally at least, they act as an overall stimulant, producing a titillating, awakening effect and increasing the acuity of the senses.

Peppers, especially the hot capsicum (chili) peppers, produce a burning sensation on the skin and mucous membranes, including the inside of the mouth. For the uninitiated, a relatively mild hot pepper can seem intolerably strong and truly hot peppers may even cause blistering of the lips and palate.
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Answered by anil garg, 24 Feb '13 06:35 pm

 
  
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It is bad for health. that is all i can say.
Answered by Manoj Joshi, 20 Feb '13 10:19 am

 
  
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