Researchers accidentally proved that marijuana has the potential to ease the pain of capsaicin, which is the chemical responsible for putting the “hot” in hot peppers.

Spice-induced mouth burn is a hazard associated with chili cookouts and other extreme-eating events.

Bread, alcohol, and milk have all been touted as cures, but, as anyone who’s chomped a rogue Padrón pepper knows, they aren’t cures.

Could cannabis somehow quench the flames? There is no medical study that addresses this question directly, but there is a mighty suggestive report from the University of California San Diego.

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Richard Faulk ~ TheFreshToast.com

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