CaJohns Mongoose Hot Sauce
MONGOOSE Hot Sauce…..The mongoose feeds on snakes and this one is no exception. This sauce is hotter than Cajohn’s Black Mamba but with a fantastic taste. If you can handle the heat you simply must try this! CaJohn’s hottest yet! Give your black mamba to you kids and step up to a mans sauce!
Heat Level = 10++++++++++
More about Mongoose
John Hard (Cajohn) introduced this sauce at the 2009 Fiery Food Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico (as well as his new Jolokia Puree).
The front label displays a Mongoose hot sauce with the snake from CaJohns Black Mamba in its mouth, symbolizing that he has topped one of his hottest sauces. Its also a nice representation of what a Mongoose hot sauce can actually do (they eat venomous snakes for fun and probably for the taste too.)
Now on to the tastes! Instantly, the sweetness from the Jolokias mix with the slightly citrus taste of the Fataliis. Then the extract flows over those tastes and recedes. Its not a keytone (bitter metallic) extract taste but a slightly earthy, sour taste, not bad, but definitely extract. Up next is a brief vinegar flavor which fades away to a pleasant numbing from the Jolokias.
According to Sue Hard (CaJohns wife), this contains 3 million SHU extract and boy does the burn show! Its really interesting though. At first the heat hits hard and fast then dies down. After you think you are in the clear, a second wave of heat ramps way up and gets you dorfin (a new word invented to describe the state you are in when the endorphin rush is going on) pretty hard. 2 oz..Ingredients: Bhut Jolokia, Fatalii, vinegar,& natural flavors..
Ingredient in Hot Peppers Medically Useful, Say Experts
And it’s exactly that endorphin rush that makes capsaicin an effective remedy for pain and other medical conditions, researchers say.
“The endorphins work to block the heat. The body produces them in response to the heat, which it senses as pain,” said Paul Bosland, co-founder and director of New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute.
“It’s used for all kinds of arthritis pain, as well as for neuropathic pain and dermatologic conditions that have a painful itch,” said Dr. Ashwin Mehta, director of integrative medicine at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine.
Capsaicin is also used by people with the skin disease psoriasis to decrease itching and inflammation, according to the university.
Some research has also suggested that capsaicin can also help with appetite suppression, but there are not yet any solid data to determine what role, if any, the chemical plays in weight loss. mongoose hot sauce
Studies have also suggested that capsaicin may play help kill off prostate cancer cells. jolokia puree
“In test tubes, researchers found a correlation betwen increased cell death and capsaicin,” said Mehta.
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