Although hot pepper is rich in nutrition and has important medicinal value, but eating too much is harmful to human health. Because too much capsaicin will severely stimulate the gastrointestinal mucosa, so that its high congestion, rapid peristalsis, causing stomach pain, abdominal pain, diarrhea and make the anus burning thorn pain, induce gastrointestinal disease, causing hemorrhoids bleeding. Therefore, anyone suffering from esophagitis, gastrointestinal inflammation, stomach ulcers and hemorrhoids and other patients should eat less or avoid chili peppers.
Method of relieving spicy sensation:
When you eat chili peppers, you will feel very hot, and will naturally want to drink water or eat some staple food to dilute the spicy. In fact, the effect is not very satisfactory. In fact, capsaicin binds tightly to the nerve receptors on the taste organ, and capsaicin is a non-aqueous substance that can only be combined with fats, oils and alcohol. It's not hard to explain why beer is easier to dilute than water. In fact, the quickest way to reduce the chili peppers is to add vinegar to it and it can be less lit.
But the best way to reduce the spicy food is milk, especially skim milk. Although previously thought that lipids in milk could be better combined with capsaicin, the study found that the really effective ingredient was casein in milk.