Ghost Pepper

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Features of the Ghost Pepper Plant

  • Confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the HOTTEST PEPPER ON EARTH!
  • The only FLAMING pepper you can grow yourself.
  • Over three times hotter than a habanero!
  • Use in your garden to get rid of troublesome insects and animals.
  • Spouts appear in days! Full plants in 3-4 weeks!
  • Grow chili peppers indoors, anytime of year.

Introducing the latest agricultural phenomenon - The Ghost Chili Pepper! Guinness Book of WORLD RECORDS named the Ghost Chili Pepper the HOTTEST PEPPER ON EARTH. Rating a scorching 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (300x hotter than a jalapeno), these amazing little gems are rare and hard to find in your local grocery - so, grow your own!

Growing this inferno of a chili is easy and fun! Spouts appear in days! The Ghost Pepper is fruity in smell and taste and is a great addition to soup, stew, chili, and salsa.

Now you can grow the world's hottest chili pepper in the world with the Ghost Chili Pepper In A Can. You simply have to add water and watch it grow.

The Ghost Pepper (bhut jolokia) has been confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the hottest pepper found on earth. It has an official Scoville Heat Rating (SHU) of 1,001,304.

These pepper are rare and often hard to find at the grocery store or the market. However now you grow your own at home with the Ghost Chili Pepper In A Can.

It is easy to do and fun. In just a few days, the plants will start sprouting and within 3 to 4 weeks, you'll have full plants. These chili peppers can grow outdoors and indoors, anytime of year.


The Buy One Ghost Pepper Get One Free Cherry Pepper is available as a limited time offer. For the low price of $10.00 plus $6.95 processing and handling for each plant, you can take advantage of this exclusive online offer. You are automatically covered by a 30-day guarantee, less shipping and handling. NY State orders will be charged sales tax.

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Date Added: 04/19/2011
I'm usually pretty good with handling hot peppers in my food yet i've found that the smallest morsel of the ghost chili pepper can flavor a sauce and make it so intensely hot that it's barely edible and it's no wonder that the ghost chili pepper is considered the hosttest pepper according the the guiness book of world records. When I first tried the ghost chili pepper my eyes went watery and my nose started to run however despite how hot my food was it found it added flavor to my sauce. I've first heard about the ghost chili pepper from a youtube video where a guy passed out from eating a bunch of ghost chili peppers and then i did some reasearch and found out that they came from northeast india where people would use the ghost chili pepper to fight the crippling summer heat. When I saw the infomercial for the ghost chili pepper i knew i had to buy it just to say that i've had it however i've realized that ghost chili peppers really add a nice flavor of spiciness to my food. From what ...Read Full Review
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

Date Added: 04/10/2011
Ghost Chili Peppers are hot hot hot!!! I love hot and spicey food so i figured why not just try growing them myself. I've heard a lot of the ghost chili peppers and apparently they are way hotter than jalapenos and will make your mouth burn which sounds like something i'd like. I found that they were pretty easy to grow and not to mention my ghost chili peppers grew pretty quickly. For 10 dollars you really can't go wrong by getting a ghost chili peppers plant. I'm a big fan of the as seen on tv plantars that are offered such as the tomato factory, hanging strawberry and blueberry giant. I read a lot of ghost chili pepper reviews before writing my own ghost chili pepper review and also did some further reading on ghost chili peppers and found out that these ghost chili peppers are found in the Assam state of India, Nagland, Bangladash and Sri Lanka which makes sense since their cuisines are known to be hot and spicy so i'm sure they use ghost chili peppers pretty often. Hotness of pepp...Read Full Review
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

Date Added: 04/01/2011
I saw enough of the ghost chili peppers on tv that i had to try this hot pepper phenomenon. I found they grow best indoors in direct sunlight so you'll want to grow these by your windows. If you wat to deter troublesome insects, pests or unwanted animals then you can also use the ghost chili peppers in your garden. I absolutely love the fact that I can just grab a ghost chili pepper and throw it in my food whenever i want to spice things up. The ghost chili pepper is way hotter than a habero or jalapeno so buckle up when you decide to try one of the ghost peppers out....Read Full Review
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

Date Added: 04/01/2011
After growing my ghost chili peppers for over a month now i can now reap the benefits of using the ghost peppers in my meals. They chili peppers are bloody hot, so if you can't handle these hot peppers then i suggest you still man up and try them out. I haven't seen ghost chili peppers in any stores so decided to take advantage of the deal when i saw the infomercial on television. Even though my mouth was on fire when i added ghost chili peppers to my chili, i became addicted to these special treats. You can grown ghost chili peppers inside your house and enjoy them all year round. You can grow this flaming papper yourself. If you want to try a new level of hot peppers then you'll definately want to try ghost chili peppers....Read Full Review
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

Date Added: 04/01/2011
For those of you who like it hot, you'll need to buy the ghost pepper. The Ghost Chili Pepper was named the world's hottest pepper for a reason or satans candy. If you buy these at a store you'll definately pay a lot more and they are usually watered down ghost chili peppers. I got my ghost chili peppers a few weeks ago and they come in a can similar to a can of nuts. To grow your own ghost chili peppers is easy. All you have to do is just open the can and add water and in days they will begin to sprout and in just 4 weeks you'll have full sprouting ghost chili pepper plants. Ghost peppers are safe to eat and you can really spice up soups, stews, chilis and more. It's been known that the ghost chili peppers release endorphins or happy hormones when you eat them and they also are known to detoxify your body from the heat relief. Some farmers have been known to treat stomach pain with ghost chili peppers. I thought this was the best 10 dollars i've spent in a while since you'll get more ...Read Full Review
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]

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