Deadly Indian Deadly Indian Cobra Chilli – A Pepper that is Hot Enough to Deter an Elephant!
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Deadly Indian Cobra Chilli – A Pepper that is Hot Enough to Deter an Elephant! – 10 Seeds
They are one of the most hottest known peppers in the world. They are really hot and a single seed of this variety can cause extreme discomfort! Cobra chilli is also used in the manufacture of an incendiary self-defence spray and supposedly deters all but the most determined criminals! The pods of these peppers do look somewhat like snake head, turning a deep red when they are mature, with a coarse skin.
In India, people smear cobra peppers along fence lines to deter elephants and other undesired pests! Please wear gloves while handling cobra peppers otherwise it can be extremely painful if you touch nose, mouth, and eyes.
How hot are they?
250 times hotter than JALAPENO
100 times hotter than TABASCO chilli and
10 times hotter than a HABANERO Chilli
See the comparison in Scoville heat scale:
A Jalapeño logs about 5,000 on the heat scale and
An Indian Cobra logs about 1,002,735!!!! (over 1 million)
If you are not ready DO NOT TRY this! Only for the Extreme Hot Chilli Lovers, not for the scary heart!!!
If the postage is lost in transit and you do not receive them or your country’s custom confiscate the seeds, I won’t be responsible for it. You will not be refunded nor resend the seeds again. Please do not buy the seeds if you are not agreed to this terms. If you want me send through registered post, please contact me before you pay for the item.
They are very easy to grow & easy to maintain. This plant will continuously produce chilli for 5/6 months each year. Best time to sow seeds after frost. Seeds need minimum 20°C to germinate. With a proper care in frosty time this will survive up to 3 years.
Soak the seeds in water for a few hours before planting and sow them in 5mm deep in a sunny, well-drained position. Sow them indoor in warmer condition and transfer outside when mature enough to survive. Germinates between 3-5 weeks, depending on the weather condition.
Due to quarantine restrictions, seeds or plants can’t be sent to Tasmania.