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Chili Peppers are grown all over New Mexico, but cultivation is so prolific in the southern part of the state that it’s known as 'The Chili Trail' with the small village of Hatch serving as the focal point. Dubbed as 'The Chile Capital of the World,' Hatch produces a prized variety of chili pepper that goes by the same name and is home to the annual Chile Queen Festival.
Chili Pepper can stimulate the metabolism, act as a natural blood thinner, and help release endorphins. Chili Pepper is also rich in beta-carotene which turns into vitamin A in the blood and fights infections, as well as capsaicin, which inhibits inflammation.