About: Contrary to popular belief, there is no single "Thai pepper," although most Thai peppers are small in size and high in heat or peppery flavor. In Thailand, at least 79 different pepper varieties have emerged from three species, and they grow in green or red.
Health benefits: Chilies, which are high in vitamin C and antioxidants, have been shown to help reduce lifestyle diseases such as certain cancers and stomach ulcers. Meanwhile, the peppers' ability to generate heat within the body has been related to weight loss as well as a lower risk of type II diabetes.
How to use: People often enjoy thai chili fresh, or in dried form, or make a powder of this chili. It gives spice to the meal when it is tossed with chili sauce. It’s mostly used in Thai curries and stews.
Simple recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/87872/sweet-chili-thai-sauce/