Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Pain

“A team at the University of Texas says a substance similar to capsaicin, which makes chilli peppers hot, is found in the human body at sites of pain. And blocking the production of this substance can stop chronic pain, the team found.” 

The same scientists claimed there was nothing they can do, however, to stop the excruciating pain when your friend cranks up any post-Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic RHCP album on the stereo.

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