July 30, 2010, Newsletter Issue #110: Pepper Spray Antitdotes

Tip of the Week

Is there an antidote for pepper spray? No one has a quick and 100% effective neutralizing agent for Capsaicin, the chemical agent in peppers. Milk, baking soda paste and honey do a good job removing the sting from the fingers and face, but trace amounts of Capsaicin will remain on the fingers even after dozens of hand washings. Ultimately you will need to wait for the skin to slough off the microbes of Capsaicin.

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