It sounds feasible, chilli peppers contain capsaican which is the stuff that makes them hot and is used in pepper spray. There are topical creams with capsaican in them which people with chronic regional pain syndrome or nerve related injuries use and its works pretty well. You have to be careful though, with the cream you have to start out with a little bit at a time because it can irritate the tissues, it feels like someone is holding a blowtorch to your skin if it gets too intense, and you never want to get that stuff on mucous membranes like your mouth or eyes. Sorry for rambling, my point is its an interesting idea and unlike some natural remedies this one actually already has been proven for nerve related pain so it makes sense that chilli flakes could help with migraine pain.
LPR, anxiety, depression, atypical migraines, diverticulitis.
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