If you can manage to have even a small quantity of this exotic chilli, it might solve a lot of problems. Your attacker may not be anticipating this --- yes, the world's most deadliest chilli powder now being used for anti terror ops. It has a scoville heat unit rating of over a 1,000,000 enough to bring a low life thug to your knees. All you need to do is toss a fistful in his direction and you run for cover (wet towels). After he falls down, disarm him, and apply some in his 'behind'. Believe me, he will never be at peace with himself for day's to come. :-)
Here is the content I copied from the site ---
"Bhut Jolokia, Ghost Chillies
Bhut Jolokia, the smallest amount of Bhut Jolokia can flavour a sauce so intensely it’s barely edible. Taking a small bite will cause watering eyes and a runny nose.
The world’s hottest chilli is the Bhut Jolokia also known as Bih Jolokia (ghost Chilli) originating in Assam in North East India
. It is the records holder with an official Scoville heat rating (SHU) of 1,001,304 SHU twice that of the previous record
holder, the Red Savina.
A SHU stands for Scoville Heat Unit and is the amount of water
needed before the chilli heat is undetectable. One drop of the Bhut Jolokia extract needs a million drops of water.
The Bhut Jolokia chilli has been highly treasured in Assam for centuries but was unknown in the West. Seven years ago a scientist, R.K.R Singh, working at the Indian government’s Defence Research
Laboratory in Tezpur in Assam, decided to look at this locally prized chilli and sent samples of the Bhut Jolokia for analysis. The amazing results were submitted to a scientific journal and aroused the interest of The Chile
Pepper Institute (CPI) at New Mexico
Very shortly after, in 2001, the Institute received seed of the Bhut Jolokia from a member
who had collected it while visiting India
. Dr Paul Bosland of the CPI grew the Bhut Jolokia from seed in the desert climate of Southern New Mexico
and confirmed its incredible heat, culminating in the Record Award
for the hottest chilli in the world. The analysis revealed that it possessed an extremely high heat level indeed, a whopping 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units.
Further corroboration of the heat level came from Frontal Agritech in Assam who had their locally grown Bhut Jolokia chillies HPLC-tested and reported a value of 1,041,427 Scoville Heat Units, giving two independent results for Bhut Jolokia with no significant variation between them.
The sole exporter of the Bhut Jolokia from Assam is Frontal Agritech. In Assam this deadly hot chilli is treated with immense respect. At Frontal Agritech, employees wear goggles, face masks, head
covers and protective clothing
to deal with the chillies. Ananta Saikia, the owner of Frontal Agritech Ltd has been quoted as saying that one chilli can last his family
for a week.
The raw chilli has a strong but pleasant fresh vegetable smell. Cooked in a curry it imparts perfume-like sweetness to all the other ingredients in addition to a fiery heat. Dried, the chilli changes character again with a further intensification of taste and aroma.
We offer Bhut Jolokia seeds direct from The Chile
Pepper Institute and are proud to of been the first and still the best supplier of Bhut Jolokia and Chocolate Bhut Jolokia seeds direct from Frontal Agritech, who are in turn the only exporter from Assam.
This is truly a unique chilli and seeds are scarce, and seeds with proven provenance are even scarcer still. Our seeds come from certificated and heat tested stock."
Indian Military Fights Terrorism with World's Spiciest Chili
Eating The Hottest Pepper in the World, The Bhut Jolokia (Naga Ghost Chili)
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The “bhut jolokia”—the world’s spiciest chili pepper—is now the Indian military’s newest weapon against terrorism.
Defence officials are using the red hot chili pepper to make “chili grenades” as a substitute for tear gas to immobilize suspects. Officials are also hoping to make an aerosol spray using the pepper for women to use against attackers and for police use in mob
While the potent pepper is regularly eaten, its spice can leave a bad taste in the mouths of terrorists when used as a weapon. The military hopes to use its strong, pungent scent to choke terrorists and force them out of their hideouts.
The chili grenade has been found fit for use after trials in Indian defence laboratories, a fact confirmed by scientists at the Defence Research
and Development Organization,” said defence spokesman Col. R. Kalia.
Bhut Jolokia Too Hot to Handle
The bhut jolokia, from the Assam region of northeast India, earned its world’s spiciest chili title when it was officially added to the Guinness World Records in 2007. It is used to settle stomach aches and, despite it’s 5-alarm flavour, combat the country’s summer heat.
Also known as the “ghost chili,” the bhut jolokia measures more than 1,000,000 Scoville units.
The Scoville scale measures the piquance (hotness and spiciness) of a food
by the amount of capsaicin, an active component of chili peppers. Classic
Tabasco measures between 2,500 and 5,000 Scoville units.
0 – Bell Pepper
100-500 – Pimento
500-2,500 – Peppadew
2,500-8,000 – Jalapeņo
10,000-23,000 – Serrano Pepper
30,000-50,000 – Cayenne Pepper
50,000-100,000 – Bird’s Eye Chili
100,000-350,000 – Habanero Chili
350,000-580,000 – Red Savina Habanero
855,000-1,050,000 – Bhut Jolokia
5,000,000-5,300,000 – Law Enforcement Grade Pepper Spray
15,000,000-16,000,000 – Pure Capsaicin
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