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How to use odd socks to safely apply capsaicin

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Capsaicin is a plant derived substance that has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties useful in joint injuries, arthritic conditions and other problems.

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How to use odd socks to safely apply capsaicin

  1. 1. HOWTO USE ODD SOCKSTO SAFELY APPLY HIGH CONCENTRATION CAPSAICIN Marilia Coutinho
  2. 2. Get some odd socks and a pair of surgical gloves Everybody has odd socks: they are provided by the MachineWasher Gnomes, who steal one sock and leave an old sock behind. Scholars suggest the stolen odd socks are worn by Gnomes in Gnomeland Parties Everybody has odd socks: they are provided by the MachineWasher Gnomes, who steal one sock and leave an odd sock behind. Scholars suggest the stolen odd socks are worn by Gnomes in Gnomeland Parties
  3. 3. Cut the toes of your odd socks
  4. 4. High concentration capsaicin: you really need to be careful.You will regret many things if you happen to touch your eyes, mouth or worse with a picogram of capsaicin on your fingers.This one is almost 5%. It’s a lot.
  5. 5. It’s best to use surgical gloves while handling this… If not, make sure you wash your hands 10 times with strong detergent after handling it. It won’t work, though: capsacin is stronger than you.
  6. 6. Spread a thin layer over the area to be treated
  7. 7. Insert the sock and fold the upper part
  8. 8. Unfold it and cover all the area treated with capsaicin and at least a few more inches
  9. 9. If the sock is too thin, put another one over it
  10. 10. If you want to read something serious about capsaicin, here is a compilation of scientific articles. Capsaicin: analgesic and anti-inflammatory action - evidence from research Evidence about capsaicin use as analgesic and anti-inflammaotory agent in musculoskelletal problems is growing in the medical literature. https://storify.com/mariliacoutinho/capsaicin-analgesic-and-anti-inflammatory-action-e

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