Remedy for Hot Pepper Burn
There is nothing more sizzling than foods seasoned by peppers. Chili peppers such as jalapenos can cause your hands to get that hot and burning sensation. Remember to always use rubber or plastic gloves (not latex) when handling them. The pepper juice will only seep onto it. If you happen to forgot to wear protective clothes, here is a list of hot pepper burn remedy:
- Get a tomato and cut into half. Apply each to burning hands for about five minutes.
- Soak your hands in a bowl of very cold water if possible with ice cubes.
- Soak your hands with cold milk. It effectively counteracts the effects of the hot pepper.
- Another hot pepper burn relief is to rub your hands with freshly cut lemon juice.
- Wash your hands with water, soap, and detergent.
- You can also apply moisturizing soap, lotion, or soaking hands vegetable or any kinds of oil for half an hour.
- Rub your hands with flour.
- A hot pepper burn remedy is to soak you hands to a mixture of baking soda and cold water.
- Applying some rubbing alcohol to your hands will offer a great relief.
How to Treat Hot Pepper Mouth Burn
For hot pepper mouth burn relief, you can try:
- Drink cold fresh milk.
- Gargle with vegetable oil for 30 seconds and repeat as desired.
- Hold in your mouth an ice cube or gargle cold water for 30 minutes.
- You can also drink alcohol or gargle it if you’re a non-drinker.
- Gargle a mixture of sugar with a cup of cold water and hold for about 15 to 30 seconds. Spit it out and repeat as desired.
- Munch with some slice of cucumber.
- Try serving the chili dish with honey or large amounts of starchy foods such as bread and rice.