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Post Reply Is it true that if you eat too much spicy food your anus will pay for it later?
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Posted 1/14/17 , edited 1/14/17
Ahh, the great ring of fire.
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Posted 1/14/17 , edited 1/14/17
If your aren't used to and prepared for it and you eat something incredibly hot like ghost chill's then yes, the ring sting will hit you hard
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Posted 1/15/17
I think it also depends on what you eat alongside it. If you consume dairy with spicy food, you won't have as much of a problem.
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Posted 1/15/17 , edited 1/15/17
Yes, it's a genuine physiological phenomenon.

Even after your tastebuds have gotten used to the spice, the rest of your digestive tract still might not. It's very easy to eat too much spice once you can tolerate it in your mouth (in the same way that eating too much pizza gives some people heart burn).

It's really important though what else you eat with the spice. A lot of things that are hard to digest like fats and oils will keep your liver too busy so that it never gets to break down the spices. Once the spices make it to the skin around your butt, they (in general) will irritate it because they'll set off all your pain receptors (a similar response in your mouth is what makes spicy foods spicy).
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Posted 1/15/17 , edited 1/15/17

Potentsaliva wrote:

I've never really liked spicy food so I'm not sure. If true, would you care to share you experience to some degree?


never bothered me and i have eaten all kinds of spicy food, i love spicy food, and even stuff that was too spicy for me that i ate because spice is good, I never paid for it later. Even when i ate a chunk of a habanero pepper when i was like 10.(as a dare)
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Posted 1/15/17

StormYul wrote:

Yes, it's a genuine physiological phenomenon.

Even after your tastebuds have gotten used to the spice, the rest of your digestive tract still might not. It's very easy to eat too much spice once you can tolerate it in your mouth (in the same way that eating too much pizza gives some people heart burn).

It's really important though what else you eat with the spice. A lot of things that are hard to digest like fats and oils will keep your liver too busy so that it never gets to break down the spices. Once the spices make it to the skin around your butt, they (in general) will irritate it because they'll set off all your pain receptors (a similar response in your mouth is what makes spicy foods spicy).


i've never had a problem.
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Posted 1/15/17
Yeah it's true.
Everytime you go to a restaurant, where they serve spicy food, like an Indian restaurant for example, you don't have to pay, because your anus will do that for you.
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Yes, it is indeed true. It's not just spicy food, but anything with too much salt or eating too much vegetables can also cause pain in your anus.
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