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Postby coologrego » Fri May 26, 2006 1:44 pm

anyone like hot stuff or want to pull a prank on someone? well if so i'll let you know how to make capsacinoids, it's pretty easy. the hottest pepper on the earth is the habanero, which hits max around 350,000 on the scoville units. and capsacinoids hit about 8 million on the scoville units. i feels like there's a bee hive in your mouth and all the bees are pissed.
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Postby Glock23 » Wed May 31, 2006 2:10 pm

So how do you make it, or where do you buy it? I love hot stuff, and always like trying the new hot sauces.
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Postby coologrego » Wed May 31, 2006 3:13 pm

you have to make it, ok , get 20 habanero peppers, chop em all up, put them in the oven on the lowest setting and leave the oven cracked, then wait until they'er bone dry (takes about 4-5 hrs.) then grind it down to a powder, like flour, you should end up with about 54 mL of powder, next follow the picture below. and the denatured alcohol you can pick up at the local hardware store (it's in with the paint thiner and acetone and what not) you put about 75mL of that with the powdered habaneros and just look at the pic it explains itself but after about 2 hours of heating there will be a liquid and filter it from the pulpy stuff and leave it outside in the heat, or just heat it in water on the stove on med. but it should get pretty thick. ok any questions??

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Postby zealot » Wed Jul 26, 2006 2:22 am

this could kill someone btw.
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Postby Fritz » Wed Jul 26, 2006 9:00 am

This is extremely dangerous and yes it could kill someone.

Capsaicinoids are the family name of the chemicals and Capsaicin is the actual chemical that is super concentrated in habenro peppers. The lethal toxic dose of capsaicin for a person that weighs 150 lbs is only 13grams.

Pure capsaicin is a lipophilic colorless odorless crystalline to waxy compound, and there has been recorded documentation that it has been used in assassinations because of it's properties.

What does it do if you get 13 grams? Symptoms of overdose include difficulty breathing, blue skin, and convulsions. That sounds like a funny thing to do to your friends /sarcasm

Think before you start doing things with pepper chemicals.
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