Capsaicin, the active substance in chili peppers, acts on vanilloid receptors (TRPV1) and alters adrenaline and endorphine levels.
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It also produces the use of uncontrolled words in the toilet the day after ingestion.

I heard a story that north koreans eat pounds of kimchi peppers to trigger the effect.

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Me who eats hot sauce every day of my life

👀

I’m also gonna start telling ppl I’m not eating hot sauce, I’m micro-dosing capsaicin.

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😀

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@muad_dibber @yogthos I thought I was the only one who did that 😀

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Name the weirdest thing you put hot sauce on…I’ll go first: Popcorn

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corn

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Okay this one is strange to me but I have to try it.

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Delicious🤤

mellow
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@muad_dibber well I have it on crispbread biscuit with vegemite , it’s delicious , might try it with popcorn next time I get popcorn

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😋

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