Health benefits of Sriracha

Not only does Sriracha have the ability to magically make everything taste better, but there are some impressive health benefits of sriracha as well.

The Mind

Eating chili peppers boosts endorphins and serotonin. Endorphins are also released during exercise, laughing, excitement, and sex and dull pain and promote a feeling of well-being. Serotonin also elevates your mood along with causing relaxation and increase in memory.

Sriracha makes brains happy

Sriracha makes brains happy

The Body

The chili peppers in sriracha are chock full of capsaicin, which is what makes spicy things spicy. Recent studies suggest that the ingestion of capsaicinoids can increase metabolism, break down fat cells, protect against stomach cancer, reduce apatite. Capsaicin can also be used as a topical ointment to reduce itching and inflammation. Your psoriasis acting up? Rub some rooster sauce on it!
Sriracha also has the power to boost the body’s ability to dissolve blood clots, improve blood circulation, and lower blood pressure. Makes a great gift for granddad and his bad heart.

Cures what Ails ya’

 Lastly, when you’re sick, sriracha acts like an expectorant and loses the mucus build up. Furthermore, the spice of the peppers promotes sweating which speeds up the healing process. Next winter, try turbocharging your chicken soup with a squirt of the cock sauce to punch your cold in its face!  

 

Sriracha = Badass

Sriracha = Badass

 

So in a nutshell…

Sriracha will Make you have a better orgasm, remember it better, burn extra fat in the process, and you can rub it on any rashes you develop afterwards. So add some sriracha to whatever it is you’re eating today. And Tomorrow. Hell, Just do a shot of it.

 

 

Do you agree with the health benefits of sriracha?

 

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One comment on “Health benefits of Sriracha
  1. SheriNo Gravatar says:

    Did you create your own graphics? Nice blog – made me laugh.

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