Angela was working with an old plant healer and began to talk about the pain she suffered with after a motorbike accident. Usually she would have to resort to pain medications which didn’t even work for her. He said you need to try Habanero chilli and put it in a cream. Of course that meant washing her hands after every use and it was messy. She was already making a great pain relief stick that she sold through the Gourmet Soap Kitchen and thought she should add these chilli plants to it. It not only worked on her injuries it stopped her from having neck migraines. She would put it on and it numbed her pain and stopped her getting blind spots while the migraine took its course.
She had loads of other people try it and I was astounded by what it was doing.
Easy to apply
Natural pain relief
“I never expected it to work so well”
Sometimes when I have pain at night I apply a small amount to the area helping me relax and sleep. Or just every day pains that go away for me. And good news is that if I have no one to massage me it’s always there.
Only a small amount is needed so do not go overboard or you will overdo it. Remember it is Habanero chilli. It can take anywhere from 15 minutes to longer to take effect so wait for it.
Sometimes I put it on and forget all about it till I realize I have no pain there any more.
On a recent trip up to the snowy Mountains in heavy snow and a windy road my neck tension was horrific. I realized I forgot to bring my pain stick and how much I rely on it. I wont forget to have one in my handbag again.
For me it has been life changing.
I NEVER EXPECTED IT TO WORK SO WELL.
Natural Pain Relief with Capsaicin
Capsaicin is a well-known ingredient in many topical pain relief and arthritis treatments. Habanero chilli is loaded with it. . Studies have shown that capsaicin can:
• improve circulation in the hands and feet
• relieve nerve pain
• relieve muscle pain and muscle spasms
• treat osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Capsaicin is considered to have anti-inflammatory properties since it inhibits the production of Substance P, a compound that is responsible for the swelling and pain associated with inflammation. Because of this, it is used to help treat psoriasis and headaches.
Pain relief with all natural ingredients
Apart from the pain relieving Habanero chilli Angela has added other natural healing plants to the chilli pain sticks such as Arnica, Calendula, Comfrey, Beeswax and Olive Oil. We offer two chilli pain sticks one with the essential oils Wintergreen, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Rosemary and Cedarwood and one without.
The science behind capsaican
If you have ever eaten a hot chilli pepper you will remember the burning sensation like your mouth is on fire. Quite surprisingly the chemical that causes that hot pain, capsaicin also offers pain relief.
Tibor Rohacs, who is an associate professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School researches using capsaicin to calm painful nerves, muscles and joints.
Rohac and his team have published a paper in Science Signaling, and reported that a nerve mechanism is activated by capsaicin that blocks pain signals. “This study gives one potential piece in the puzzle of how capsaicin works as a local analgesic,” he said.
The NJMS laboratory have been studying the ion channels that are found in sensory nerve terminals that respond to heat and other stimuli. In particular, their work has focused on an ion channel that is called TRPV1, the so called capsaicin receptor, and the Piezo2 ion channel that mediates touch sensation.
“TRPV1 is a heat sensor, at least physiologically, and it has a chemical activator, capsaicin, which we all know is in chili peppers,” Rohacs explained. “They feel hot because they activate a heat-sensitive ion channel and they trick you into the sensation of heat. And it’s also pretty painful.
“The idea is basically that this pain-causing, heat sensor ion channel does something to the nerve that in the long run sort of silences them or desensitizes them,” he said. “The desensitizing effect, I believe, has a number of different components and different timescales.”
Rohacs said capsaicin has been studied due to its calming effects on the nerves. “We found that capsaicin completely silenced the Piezo2 channels that are activated by mechanical stimuli,” he said. “This may be an important part of how capsaicin inhibits mechanical pain.”
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2015-04-uncover-pain-relief-secrets-hot-chili.html#jCp
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Chilli Pain Stick Reviews
I suffer from debilitating arthritis and migraines. I went to visit my good friend Angela Forman, owner of gourmet soap kitchen. I could hardly walk at the time and had knee guards on both knees. I have tried ever cream on the market and refuse to take heavy pain killers. Angela gave me her chilli…
I have stage 3 breast cancer and I was in so much pain that I couldn’t sleep. I applied it to my breast and was able to sleep. I can be without it.
Amazing product…great for pain!!!!Knee pain..any pain!!!
Pain stick is amazing!!Best thing I’ve EVER used -And believe me, I’ve tried EVERYTHING out there…
I’ve been using the Chilli Stick on my throat each night and the pain from inflamed tonsils subsides. Razor-blade throat symptoms disappear……letting Nature take her course with this brilliant product – thank you Angela Forman.
This is good stuff
THIS STUFF REALLY WORKS!! This stuff is amazing!! Easily the best topical treatment I have ever used -and believe me, I’ve tried everything on the market!! Convenient & mess free -the design makes it easier to apply in those difficult areas (such as your neck & back) by yourself & you don’t even have to…
This is the best!!! Love love it. Today I have been on my feet for many hours and cramps started to happen tonight. A couple of swipes up my leg and relief soon followed. I carry this magic stick in my handbag. Wouldn’t be without it. Just magic.