This the original Mad Dog Hot Sauce (oh yes, there are more). This super hot sauce carries 357,000 Scovilles of pounding heat. (Hence the name Mad Dog 357; get it?) If you've ever dipped your finger into the Blazing sauce at Buffalo Wild Wings, all you need to do is add a few thousand Scovilles to reach the heat of this Mad Dog hot sauce. But it comes with a flavor all of its own.
Capsaicin, the active compound in chili peppers, does all sorts of good for your body. It helps to alleviate headaches and chronic pains. It also looks like it may stop heart attacks, cause cancer sells to commit suicide and prevent ulcers from forming. All that plus it releases a stream of endorphins that will keep you going for hours. Now that's one incredible food - and the best way to get it is hot sauce (or fresh chilies, of course).