by Conrado Luis L. Reyes
Living in the tropics can be tiresome in the long run. Constant heat exhaustion from humid biomes are on the rise, even as you read this article. The pain of the everyday routine takes its toll on the body, putting you at the mercy of diseases. What’s a common Pinoy got to do to get by in today’s world?
Getting sick is normal. Every Juan Dela Cruz you meet on the street has some days where they feel off. Mostly, it’s muscle and joint pain, or even a slight cold. Such annoyances cannot be avoided. That’s where we come in.
Euphoria understands the plight of the modern-day Filipino, and even we get sick of getting sick! That’s why we developed our all-natural, all-organic sublingual Capsaicin Spray, backed with the capsaicin extracted from the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion chilli pepper!
Rated in 2012 as the hottest chilli in the world, this Scorpion’s spiciness currently sits at 1,200,000 average Scoville Heat Units1. It’s even a great source of micronutrients like beta carotene, calcium and iron3. Now that’s hot!
This little firetrap isn’t all bark and no bite, however. An ongoing study has shown that most chilli peppers exhibit antimicrobial properties, able to neutralize bacterial strains such as E.coli, Salmonella typhimurium, and Listeria monocytogenes2. How’s that for benefits?
Tired? Sick? Coughs and colds? Muscle and joint pains? Just three sprays of Euphoria’s Capsaicin Spray under your tongue are enough to reduce the symptoms and get your life back on track.
The next time some annoying illness gets in your way, fight fire with fire!
1Wikipedia: Trinidad Moruga Scorpion
2Antimicrobial Properties of Chili Peppers
Omolo, M. A., Et al. 2014.
Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
3Chili pepper leaves as alternative source of micronutrients
Abilgos-Ramos, R.Mamucod, H.Corpuz, G. 2012.
Philippine Rice Research Inst. Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija (Philippines). RCFS Div.