According to the Daily Mail on December 3, world's hottest chilli was created from a small greenhouse in Cambria, UK, which will make your eyes stream, throat burn, nose run.
Experts at Warwick University carried out tests on the chilli and officially declared it the world's hottest chilli in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Dozens of customers sampled a curry cooked with Naga Viper. Only two managed to finish the whole dish.
"It's painful to eat," said Gerald Fowler, 52, creator of Naga Viper, "It numbs your tongue, and then burns all the way down. It can last an hour, and you just don't want to talk to anyone or do anything. But it's a marvelous endorphin rush. It makes you feel great."
Mr Fowler has sold chilli seeds to the Eden Project in Cornwall, to the Edinburgh Horticultural Society, and to farmers in Afghanistan, as an alternative to growing poppies for opium.
endorphin: a hormone produced in the brain that reduces the feeling of pain 内啡肽（内分泌激素，有镇痛作用）
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