We get it, some people just love spicy food!
Still, it’s sometimes hard for your brain to understand anything when all you feel is intense pain and burning from your latest experiment on the hot pepper scale.
Once this happens, it means you’ll probably start to get some relief.
Some also say because capsaicin is fat-soluble, the fat in milk can dissolve it. For this reason, the best way to fight the burn from spicy food is to drink some high fat milk. In fact, the higher the fat count, the better. If you can’t do milk, you can try neutralizing capasiacin with acids, such as lemon juice or vinegar. It probably won’t work as well as milk, but it could bring a little relief. Eating bread can also give some relief, because it acts as a barrier of sorts between the receptors on your tongue and capsaicin.