Did you know that chili’s can help you fight chronic pain? A molecule found in chili peppers called capsaicin is effective in reducing pain. It works by modulating the transmission of pain signals by the nervous system. Creams containing capaicin are available. A small quantity of cream is simply massaged into the painful area two or three times a day. Avoid use on open wounds. Capsaicin is an irritant to the eyes, nose and mouth, so avoid touching these areas with cream on your hands! It might take a few days for the effect to become apparent, so be persistent. Your skin may become red after applying the cream but that is a temporary effect. Of course in the rare event that you notice any kind of rash appearing, you should stop using the cream.
Doc Robert recommends Hotspot Devils Claw, Clove and Capsicum Muscle Rub 200 ml tub.