Ask PoopReport: Is There Food That Ends The Burn?

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Dear PoopReport,

When I eat spicy food, which I love, I suffer -- I mean, I really, really suffer -- from ring sting the next day. Is there anything that could be ingested that might stop the problem? Either with the food or the next day. Perhaps drinking Pepto instead of lager with my curry? OK, yes, the burning is probably is made worse by my bum grapes; but if I wanted rid of them, I'd have to stop smoking and drinking black coffee whist sitting on radiators. Never going to happen.

126 Comments on "Ask PoopReport: Is There Food That Ends The Burn?"

doniker's picture
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"Is There Food That Ends The Burn?"

no, but a washcloth with ice cubes always helps me.

I believe the cure to recover from the hot shits is similar to the cure for a hangover...time. It has to run it's course no matter how painful it is.

Eating spicy food in moderation is the way to keep a starfish smiling.

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I also eat a lot of spicy food. In fact, I put hot sauce on or in everything. I don't know about anything you can ingest to ease the pain, but when I feel the urge after eating a lot of spicy food I pre-lube the pucker with petroleum jelly. This really helps a lot, although it does not completely eliminate the problem. (I got the idea from the Simpsons episode in which Homer coats his mouth with candle wax so he can swallow super hot peppers without burning his mouth.)

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Have you considered a suppository of something that will coat your rectum and starfish, thus cushioning their tender tissue from the fiery onslaught?

That would be a good entrepreneurial project --an Aloe vera (a succulent herb which produces a soothing gel) suppository.

If that's too complicated, maybe painting your butthole and sphincter region with petroleum jelly would be a good alternative. Dip a tampon in it and poke it into the hole, smear good, then enjoy a dish of masaman rice and potatoes.

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I have always lauded the effects that peppermint and ginger have on the digestive tract; now I wonder if they help in this area. Other than them, I have no idea.
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Yogurt actually may help. It restores helpful bacterial cultures in the colon and calms things down.

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Doniker, do the other members of the family know you use the washcloths on your asshole? Remind me not to wash my face when I come to your place..............

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^ Ha Ha That was funny, I dont care who you are!!!!!!!!

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YES!

The answer is MILK. You see, milk is highly alkaline and will counter-act the acids in the spicy foods if you chase them with the milk. Milk will also reduce the burn in your mouth while you eat if you find the food too hot. It's more effective than water. You have to have the milk just after the foods, to neutralize the acids BEFORE they get to the intestines, otherwise it won't work.

If you are lactose intolerant or something, try vinegar if you can stomach it.

If you are already suffering a ring of fire, get a popsicle and stick it up there. I have found myself reduced to this at least twice. Also helps with hemmorroids.

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"OK, yes, the burning is probably is made worse by my bum grapes; but if I wanted rid of them, I'd have to stop smoking and drinking black coffee whist sitting on radiators."

This statement makes absolutely no sense.

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"OK, yes, the burning is probably is made worse by my bum grapes; but if I wanted rid of them, I'd have to stop smoking and drinking black coffee whist sitting on radiators."

I was sort of wondering what this meant as well.

To C Everett....I wash the washcloths in the washing machine after I remove them from my asscrack.

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perhaps this is a tad bit off topic, but in response to the milk comment, i find that with the spices' acidity and the milks alkaline properties, milk can cause problems, tomato products and milk give me the mud, but each of these on their own will back me up ironically, cheese and yougurt do not have this effect,

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Bum grapes = hemmorhoids, I think.

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Actually milk is not alkaline (and for that matter neither is vinegar). Milk has a pH between 5 and 7 making it slightly acidic. Plus the capsaicin which makes hot food hot is an oil, not an acid, so you can't counteract the heat with an alkaline. Milk helps because it coats like Pepto does, not because it actually neutralizes the oil. Alcohol will cut the oil, but since the area is already inflamed, the alcohol will increase the irritation (on your tounge of course, not your anus). I think the vaseline trick would work the best, preventing the oils from coming into contact with your butt in the first place.

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That helps, Dave, but I still don't get the "sitting on radiators" part.

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When I had an ulcer in college, milk was the DEBIL. That's right, the debil. If I drank milk, I experienced severe stomache pain. Things like gravy, chocolate, and milk were worse than coffee. Maybe it's because as humans, we eat things that we aren't supposed to eat, and dairy products is one of them.

I couldn't drop my Swiss Cheese addiction if you tried to make me, so I'm as guilty as the rest of us (word to the ganja fairy) of adoring quite a few dairy products, but milk is still something I have to watch. The doctor told me that it's so hard to digest that it can cause your stomach to produce more digestive acid, thus making any trouble that you're having worse.

Maybe that's if you drink too much, but I don't know.

Anyway, now that there is soy yogurt with active yogurt cultures, I'm a very happy person. Yogurt is wonderful.

And about this vinegar thing. I've not only read on the internet (and who knows what that's good for, anyone can post something) that there's alot of old peoples who drink a small glass of it everyday, but my own great-aunt did this for years. She looked incredible up until the day she died. No arthritis, no liver spots, no nuthin'. She was trim and fit. I wonder what vinegar really does for you. Personally, I put it in alot of foods that people wouldn't notice, and I get compliments for them. And, it's a wonderful cleaning agent. Mixed with water, it's the only thing that I used in the Pigopolis that is the Hamptons Home for Wayward Piggies.


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My favorite TV chef advises the use of sugar to counteract an overdose of capsaicin. "A spoonful of sugar helps the capsaicin go down..."

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Oops! I forgot to add that what milk IS good for is transporting a knocked-out tooth or even a severed digit. I know this, but I don't know why this is. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Chad's picture
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GGG Calcium is the answer, calcium protects the tooth or the bone of a finger

SteveJ's picture
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So i was reading this as it was happening to me (i sometimes like to read the poop report when im pooping) and i thought id try something to help it. i took a bath with epsom salts in it and my butthole is completely releved! Try it!

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I thought for a second you'd typed that your butthole was completely *revealed*, and said, "Ewww.". But you must mean *relieved*, as I now am, certainly.

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Thank you all for your advice. Certainly I'm looking forward to getting my vaseline covered digit in amongst it.
It was a myth at my school that hemorrhoids are caused by sitting on hot radiators and it is accepted fact that caffeine and smoking don't help. I just tagged that on to my question as a bit of a joke. It was meant to say "whilst" not "whist".
I think the thing with the milk is to do with it not being entirely water based but also having fat in it. The oils containing the spicey goodness are soluble in the fat. So rather than it being the alkalinity countering the acid it's that the milk is dissolving and dissipating the oils. Go Milk! Butter would work as well so I might try and get some of that up my arse too :)

Ohhh, here it comes...

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Chocolate milk fixes the burn in my mouth, but it's still spicy when I'm done with it. And I just finished a plate of buffalo wings. I may regret that later, even with my three glasses of chocolate milk.

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Try Tridocaine or some similar local ANALgesic anaesthetic gel/cream available at drug stores...
it'll numb the pain for awhile..
I'm waiting for my dinner to pass as we speak

Double Flush's picture
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I usually poop a few minutes after I eat, so my waiting isn't all that long. Lately I haven't had spicy foods, but I might give something like that a try next time. Also, as I've mentioned before, I'd like to have some sort of makeshift bidet that swivels into place. Maybe I can convince Sloan to invent one that fits their flusher valves...

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so, i poo atleast 1-2 times a day, if i dont poo at all, the next day or 2 days i'll make up for it. But some days, my poo has blood, but others it dont. But I have to say, my butt hurts after some poo comes out, cause I have to strain so hard to get it out, its so hard and all. This doesnt happen all the time, but still, lots of pain at times.

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To kill the burn, try yougurt. Bread will also do the trick.
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Capsaicin is the cause of the burn, it has nothing to do with pH or anything like that. The only problem is that the body does not break down capsaicin thus it reaches the rectum and burns the same as it does in the mouth. See there are ways to neutralize capsaician like a dilution of ammonia, though the best thing that helps to ease pain would be diaper rash cream. Used on babies to help with the skin, most contain a soothing-agent that will help with sphincter pain.

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I have Behcet's and a 5 month old,RECTAL TEAR;agony as I cannot tolerate decent pain control,only Paracetamol and Rectogesic to relax rectal muscles a bit.All these comments are helpful,thanks but nothing (yet)I haven't tried. I am optimistic that I will recover but there is no improvement yet even though a Botox injection was tried.

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Wouldn't coating the arsehole with petroleum jelly make the turds speed out of their anal confines at an alarming rate?????

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oh my gosh, so I really cannot stand really spicy foods. I can handle mild-moderate but I never have hot wings or anything. But today I did not wake up in time for breakfast so I didn't eat and for lunch my dorm's cafeteria was serving hot wings and I had some and found myself somewhat capable of dealing with the spiciness. What I was not capable of dealing with was the feeling I had when I tried to go to the bathroom half an hour ago. I had never felt anything like that and I was so confused as to why my bum hole was burning so badly. So I looked up the causes and that's where I found this site ^-^ Just thought I'd share that.

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When I go to an Indian restaurant and order spicy stuff, I also order Mango Lasse, which is a yogurt based drink that is on most Indian restaurant menus, It seems to coat the offending bits, so to speak. Tastes good too!

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I have never eatin spicy foods, i guess im just chicken. But my butthole burns also, and i think it might be the toilet paper? This only started happening a few days ago..so now i dread pooping cus i know the burn will come next ive tried buying other brands of TP and still there is the burn am i wiping to hard or what? lol

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For abigail's mom, (sigh) the matches are there in the room to burn off the fart smell, please do not think you are being any more sanitary by lighting your TP on fire before you wipe, it just doesn't work that way, and could, in fact, lead to a rather nasty infection.

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Not to mention singed hair.

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I have 2 agree with the bath cure. If it gets 2 bad 4 me, I'll jus jump n the shower. I agree with the milk helping the burn in your mouth, but i dont know how well it works for "The ring of fire". I've also seen some reliefe by using the wipes for hemroids. I had some left over from the hopsiptal. It helps relieve the pain after childbirth. There is also a spray....

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I'm about ta take the 911 chicken challenge ona bet...they're supposed 2 be the hottest wings in the world because theyre cooked in pepper spray... any idea's on how ta minimize the burn?

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On the way in, eat some cheese. It coats your mouth. On the way out? No idea. Put OraJel on your bumbum?


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what about the burn while youre still poopin? i can get the burn to go away afterward, thats no prob. the problem is the burn during, i havent tried the food and drink remedies for before the action, as well as the coating my ass with petroleum jelly, which i dont want to deal with the clean up after that. i only ask bc no one has asked the question i have posted

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The question asked, "Is there _food_ that ends the burn?" The best that I have found is rice (though bread may also help). Rice will absorb a good deal of the capsaicin. Normally we have our curry with rice; the same is true for many other dishes with hot peppers (including habaneros, which we grow) in them. I like lots of the sauce, while my wife likes a higher proportion of rice. I find that the rice tends to neutralize the heat of the spice, and I rarely get the burning sensation any more. I would suggest having the hot stuff with a higher proportion of rice.

That said, the remedies applied to the anus itself should help some, especially if applied before moving your bowels. I also like to use a medicated salve that has a soothing agent (Noxzema is good); it partially deadens the nerves while simultaneously coating the anal canal. The only drawback would be if you don't like seeing white stuff on the beginning of your poop.

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OH HOLY HELL...I thought I was allergic to peanuts...or nuts but i think its do to those tasty things called wings...I've read every post...but man this hurts....i'll try yogurt...not a big fan of sticking anything in...exit only as they say. LOL thanks for the advice my fellow poopers!

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I think the sugar thing mentioned above has some merit. In Martinique, my wife accidently ate a scotch bonnet that was supposedly just a garnish. The waitress brought over some brown sugar, and it provided relief immediately. As far as the grape cluster, unless you are going into the winery business, I have two words. WITCH HAZEL. Soak some paper towels (or borrow one of Doniker's wash cloths) and jam into the crack as far as your hand will allow. Keep there for at least 2 minutes and you will be in heaven.

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Interestingly enough, as a "Super Spicy" connoisseur, I'm very familiar with second burn. There are really 3 ways I've found to deal with the anal fire breather, most of these found through years of experimentation.

1. Dairy. Specifically milks with higher amounts of fat tend to work more effectively. Skim milk is pretty useless for this, but chugging a glass of 2% or (uhg) whole milk before and after a spicy dish does seem to mollify things. Yogurt, sour cream, buttermilk, and ice cream also seem to be very effective.

2. Consistency. This one might not work for everyone, but I find that if I eat food at relatively the same spiciness 3-4 times a week (even if it's incredibly spicy), eventually anal burn stops occurring. I've chocked this up to the body adjusting and "hardening" against the capsaicin, perhaps even developing a method for breaking it down (I have no idea what's actually occurring). This probably explains why regions featuring spicy food rarely have people suffering from the second pass burns.

3. Eat “poop hardening” foods. Grains and dairy are of use here, as well as some of the leaner meats. I tend to eat extremely spicy foods with lots of bread, rice, and/or potatoes (preferably potatoes that have not been deep fried or boiled). I find pan fried potatoes with mild seasoning tend to work the best for me, although baked potatoes have worked too. Medium sized sourdough rolls are probably my second favorite for this method, as they are fairly large, and contain white flour, a known agent of constipation. The thought behind “poop hardening” is simple: with less splatter, there are less free oils to coat the rectal and anal surfaces, reducing the irritation and discomfort. Don’t go crazy here though, you want a nice firm poop, not rock solid constipation.

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Best blog ever. Anyone know why the poop shute tends to burn after eating spicy foods? Not like we have tastebuds lining the starfish... do we? And if it is due to acidity, why does it not affect other parts of the intestines?

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I'm 15 and i have not had very much time to experiment... but i liked the chocolate milk idea the best and am drinking some as we speak. don't no if I'll take this as far as the Vaseline or petroleum jelly (because that's kinda strange... especially if something goes wrong and you need to explain yourself to someone) but i will be sure to absorb the burn as its coming in me rather then let my poop shoot absorb it as its coming out. Thanks to this ridiculous forum my sphincter is returning to it's happy not burning state of being.

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Healthy 1..........I am a couple of years late on this response but on 10. 19. 2006 you posted......"To kill the burn try yougurt. Bread will also do the trick."

I tried in vain to stick bread up my ass but it always crumbled. How would you suggest the yogurt be inserted? Would a pastry bag work?

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Hey, CT, the question was about FOOD that would end the burn. You shouldn't stick food up your butt; rather, you should eat it. In your tummy and lesser intestine the crackers, rice, etc., will combine with the capsaicin and reduce its effect. I hope you didn't try sticking some really hard bread up your butt; it could be more painful than with the capsaicin.

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MSG........Sorry for the misunderstanding. Do you know anyone who might like a good price on a slightly used baguette? I also have a six inch nozzle for a pastry bag for sell....."cheap".

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Eat chilies and feel the burn!!

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Actually, I don't know anyone right offhand, but a nice ad on E-bay (slightly disguising the use to which these tools have been put by flowery language) might get you a surprising bid. ("Tenderly and intimately used by a sensitive . . ." you get the idea)

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Chief, contact my curator. While we might not be able to open a new wing, these additions might well be displayed in the grand foyer.

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Problem being is that I've pooped 4 times since I woke up an its only 4:30 pm. I have not eaten anything spicy in a good couple weeks I'm sure, and there is no reason for the burn yet I suffer.

wtf mates.

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Not sure they work for rectal flaming, but popping a couple Aleve (aka naproxen) can help calm the abdomen-in-knots feeling caused by too much hot food. Naproxen is an 'anti-inflammatory' typically for back pain or arthritis, but maybe there's a medical reason, or maybe there;s just some kind of metaphorical transfer of powers in uttering 'anti-inflammatory'.

Naproxen also seems to have a diuretic effect, so maybe in a global sense it helps reduce the accompanying digestive moisture (in volcanic terms, the lava which demands the lava-tory) as would rice or bread more locally. In any case, while the final conflagration may not be reduced, after taking some NSAIDS you will find your abdomen calmer and your trips to the can reduced. I stumbled across this effect accidentally in the course of everyday consumption of fiery foods, and haven't researched the reasons.

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Actually the answer is simple, the old "hair of the dog" trick. Eat
hot chilies three times a day for at least a month. All of the nerve endings in your asshole will be destroyed and you will suffer no more pain. Just grind your teeth to forget the pain while under-going the cure.


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Eat chilies and feel the burn!!

How long a minute is depends on what side of the bathroom door you're on!

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Co-Co Nut Milk , No JOKE. You Know When Your In An Indian Restrante Why Do You Think They Have Co-Co Nut Ice-cream ... Tooo Cool Your Mouth. And Yes Also Yougert

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Just endure the burnin' ring of fire. You liked the burn when you ate those peppers.

Respectfully yours,
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I'm reading this while cringing on the toilet... fun!

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I cannot but help the plight of the americans and the brits and their sensitive poopholes!!! I am an indian and i know all the spice in india are atleast 10 fold the SHU's of what u find in the US. The green chillies - the size of your little finger is as deadly as a scorpion. I wonder if that would be considered a veggie scorpion in the west who know little of the land of snakes and mosquitoes that scared the shit out of the great alexander himself too! in india all food is by default spicy. And there is even a green chilly juice served in some rural parts and is savoured by farmers who are bored of bland bread!! But I am writing here to know if the poop-chute-sphincter mechanism amongst the caucasians is any different from those found in us indians??? Cos i know and have deeply felt and also partly heard my internal poop chute actually waits till the internal sphincter is ready to handle the heavy duty undigested chilly exrements when it is on the approach path and on sensing a really troublesome one....the entier indian poop-chute-sphincter mechanism almost gulps and shifts the troubled excrements from touching the sensitive poop hole parts both internal and external...and shifts it to a side inside the rectum and searches for excrements which CAN pass for the while. I also believe the indian rectum has place for such untoward climates and stores the chilly excrement till a time a more smoother exrement like digested rice or milk/cream or something softer comes by and rolls the chily excrement partly ( not expertly though) and attempts to guard the poop-ring! I have noticed it happening to me and from others - who are broad minded indians who've felt the same. Mind you ...speaking about poop is not an accepted thing in india!!!

So doesn't the caucasian poop-chute-sphincter mechanism have any such skillss?????

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It's weird that speaking about poop in India is not accepted, but there are huts made from it, cows are all over the place, and sanitation is a big deal in India.

Your comment sheds new life on this. You say it's not be talked about, and yet it's a huge problem. I know this may sound terribly rude, but do you mind telling us what you do for a living?

You do remain anon, you know, so it's OK to reply.

Oh, as to our butts in America, it's called tolerance. There are quite a few Gravymaster2000 people over here. If it's not bland, it's not food.


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yeah in india one isnt accepted socially if you are careless about poop talk! and let me remind you once again that india isn't a country ( this word country doesnt really fit india)...india is a planet of its own, there more than 800 official languages spoke and about 50,000 other languages in the country. there are more than 100,000 cities so you see there are all kinds of people in india..rich poor poopless, etc and not to mention the flora and fauna which surpasses anything an average american would've known! you might even find albanian food and customs being practised in some remote part of india! India as I see does not technically fit the rest of the planet in most comparisons!
as for your question, i am employed in a management consulting firm at kearney and i used to be based out of chicago office for 8 years but now am back in india. of course i am indian and i know what an indian chilly is and what it can do to an american butt and an indian butt!!!

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try eating bananas..

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i just got off the pot about 5 mins ago and my butthole has the worse stinging pain ever! its like someone splashed napalm on it and stuck an oxy-acetylene torch to it, and i was looking on the internet to see if there was anyways of not having that problem, but i guess there really isnt a pill that stops it or some herb.

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Drop an anvil on your foot, you'll forget all about your ass.

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Hi, im 20 and i have the digestive system of a 70 year old. Im convinced that my bowel movements are delayed by three to five days which makes my spicy ass-passing a complete mystery. This unpleasant "passing" is usually accompanied by nausea.

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constipation queen:

UN-LUCKY!

though i'm not much better. I think Mc Donalds chicken dippers, and their pretty meek sweet chilli dip, just made me pass fire.
I'm ashamed.

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Try soft style tofu.

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What's burning your cornhole isn't the spice, but rather what all was eaten with the spicy food.

All you need to do to stop the burn before it starts is to simply separate carbs from proteins. Next time you want to eat spicy meat, just make sure you don't eat anything sweet with it, and also don't eat any type of bread/pasta/rice/potato/corn or related products in that same meal.

If you will do this, you will be able to eat the spiciest food on the planet with no stomach or digestive pain, and the food won't light your asshole on fire when it passes, either.

Constipation Queen -- do yourself and your digestive system a huge favor and eat more fresh fruits and veggies. They will get and keep you moving more like you should be.

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Health via Food (scroll down to read by chapter)

When you say the word “poop,” your mouth makes the same motion your butthole does when pooping…
The same can be said for the phrase “explosive diarrhea.”

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Beans too! Don't eat any beans with the meat, except green beans.

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Open your eyes AND your mind to the power of food!
Health via Food (scroll down to read by chapter)

When you say the word “poop,” your mouth makes the same motion your butthole does when pooping…
The same can be said for the phrase “explosive diarrhea.”

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I've just started the almost religious, yet malicious joy of fiery pepper ingestion, and i've noticed a few things right off. First, I can actually tell when the torch of Olympus is ready to ignite in all it's blazing glory as a Vesuvial burst that would make the most hardened in Gommorah proud, by where the burn actually is. I can feel it as it travels from my stomach and through my intestines. Then it goes silent, just every so briefly. This is the time I fear the most. The calm before the storm. Lately though, it hasn't been as bad. I'm guessing over time, we get accustomed to it, or our rectal "areas" produce more mucus to protect the delicate tissues. Time for this Joe to meet the volcano....don't worry, be happy!

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i think the lesson here is to stick with the plain old meat and two veg instead of eating all this crap our bodies weren't made to handle.

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AC ... hot chilies are good for you, they are packed with nutrients and are an aid to digestion.

That link was just for cayennes but all chilies are good for you. Keep eating them and your asshole will develop a degree of immunity.


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Eat chilies and feel the burn!!

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I don't think my lower colon, rectum and anus would develop a resistance to the heat. I have a taste for canned hot Hormel tamales. I know they're really fattening and bad for me, but I like them. I haven't built up the nerve to eat them yet because I know I'm going to regret it.
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...And their flesh like dung. Zeph. 1:17