capsaicin extract
Capsaicin extract is a superstar ingredient used in many topical pain relievers. Capsaicin extract works on all kinds of joint and muscle pain. Perhaps more importantly, it goes to work almost immediately.

The very first time you use capsaicin extract, you’ll be amazed at the warm relief. That warmth is your indication that the extract is working, and it means your pain is about to go away, fast. When you have sore muscles, or stiff joints, a few drops of capsaicin extract are all it takes to speed heat to the source of your pain.

But what makes capsaicin extract so effective?

What is Capsaicin?

Capsaicin is warm because it comes from chili peppers – the kind that add spice to your foods. It’s been used as a topical pain reliever for centuries, most notably by the Native Americans. They would rub chili peppers on their gums to treat toothaches.

In the 1800s, several chemists were working at extracting capsaicin, but it wasn’t until 1898 that Karl Micko first isolated capsaicin extract in its pure form. Today, it is a common ingredient in many topical pain relievers.

How Does Capsaicin Extract Work?

So how does oil from a pepper become a pain relieving ingredient? It goes to work 2 ways:  first, by “communicating” with nerve endings, and then by “distracting” your body from the original pain. When it “communicates” with the nerve endings, in essence, it calms the nerves, which reduces the intensity of the pain.

But capsaicin also acts as a counterirritant, which is where the distraction comes in. Counterirritants, in this case the warmth from capsaicin, literally distract your body from the original pain. In other words, your body is too busy feeling the warmth to be bothered with feeling the pain any longer.

This two-pronged approach to pain relief makes capsaicin extract a powerhouse ingredient by itself. It can also be used in combination with other pain relieving ingredients, such as menthol, to take pain relief to the next level.

Are There Side Effects of Capsaicin Extract?

Capsaicin extract is incredibly safe, with limited side effects. In fact, the most common complaint is that the warming sensation is a little too much for some people. But if you’re still concerned, or need to know more about drug interactions, a quick chat with your doctor should put your mind at ease.

Where Can I Use Capsaicin Extract?

You can use capsaicin extract wherever your body hurts. It’s effective on sore muscles, achy joints, or anywhere else you’re stiff and uncomfortable. Which is why we included it in our best-selling topical pain reliever, Soothanol X2.

Soothanol X2 combines capsaicin with menthol – another powerful pain reliever – to create the ultimate, fast-acting topical pain reliever. With 2 of the strongest, natural pain relievers ever known, and supporting ingredients that help you feel better fast, Soothanol X2 works reliably and quickly. And you’ll know it because you’ll feel the capsaicin extract’s warm, soothing sensation go straight to the source of your pain starting the moment you apply it.

From stiff necks, to sore knees, and everywhere in between Soothanol X2 will rush pain relief wherever you need it. And, unlike pills, it’s absorbed quickly, easing your pain in seconds rather than 15 minutes, 20 minutes – or more!

Capsaicin extract is powerful, safe, and has very few side effects, just like Soothanol X2.

Take a few minutes to watch this brief video. You’ll see why Soothanol X2 with capsaicin extract is the only topical pain reliever you’ll ever need.

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