American boffins reckon an anaesthetic based on chilli peppers could allow patients to undergo operations while fully conscious. Sadly, the research doesn't mean that steaming curry or spicy kebab you wolf down after ten pints of lager will dull the inevitable headache the next day. Rather, Harvard Medical School's Professor …
The link to the article, mentioned in the last paragraph, is missing.
I think if you try casting your eye down a little to "Related stories" - it's the first link there. Not too difficult.
This could be huge, chilli's target pain sensors yet do no damage, so why not attach a painkiller along for the ride. Brilliant.
I read that theres a burning sensation until the painkiller kicks in that they want to get rid of, but i could live with that.
Happy to oblige...
if in fact the restaurant raided by the police the other day was actually taking part in the scientific research compiled by the americans and our old bill were having none of this american research crap in our country.
NO Ring Sting
so if they add the X-whatever stuff to a fairly hot chilly stew you wont need to dread the next mornings toilet visit then.
"Don't Wipe just dab"
Something rotten inside
What is wrong with peoples insides that spicy food causes burning and runs the next day?
Don't know about the rest of the readers...
but I'd probably drink the ten pints of booze after eating the curry...
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