Using Chili Pepper Extract For Pain


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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the chili pepper extract in relationship to its biological effect of pain relief. The active ingredient that creates the effect is called Capsaicin. This compound has the potential to block sensory nerve signals for pain and inflammation.
Capsaicin Benefits:
• Good for pain from rheumatoid arthritis
• Good for pain from osteoarthritis
• Neuritis (inflammation of the nerve)
• Neuropathy which is nerve damage
• Diabetic in the feet and the hands
• Neurological pain from shingles
• Trigeminal neuralgia (nerve pain on the face)
• Sinus mucus
• Sinus headaches
• Improving circulation
• Allergies

This is a short video on the question that I recently got relating to is chili pepper extract good to take? Is it dangerous? Is it going to help me? So I want to talk about this especially in relationship to the biological effect of pain relief. The active ingredient that creates the effect is called Capsaicin. This compound has the potential to block sensory nerve signals for pain and inflammation. It is really good for pain from rheumatoid arthritis, pain from osteoarthritis, neuritis (inflammation of the nerve), neuropathy which is nerve damage and even from being diabetic in the feet and the hands. It is great from the neurological pain from shingles or trigeminal neuralgia which is nerve pain on the face. But it is also good from other things too like sinus mucus, sinus headaches, improving circulation and allergies. But for these things you would want to take it orally, for pain you would want it to take ectopically. So it is very hot on the skin and when you take it orally but make sure you are taking it with food and not on an empty stomach and you just use a little bit of your skin also to make sure that you don’t react. Now, as far as the brand, I don’t have any recommendations for that you got to have to do your own research. As for the dosage, I would look for the directions and follow the directions on the bottle. Thanks for watching.

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