Summary: Capsicum also known as peppers. Its species are native to the Americas but over few centuries ago it’s cultivated worldwide. It has become one of the key element in many cuisines. In addition to use as spices and food vegetables, Capsicum species have also been used in medicines. Oleoresins are semi-solid extracts composed of a resin in solution in an essential and/or fatty oil, obtained by evaporation of the solvent(s) used for their production. Capscicum Oleoresin is known to eases symptoms of diarrhea and upset stomach. Its also known to cure sore throat and muscle pain and also known for its anti-bacterial property. Capsicum oleoresin will cause intense heat in the area of application, which will likely lessen over time as you get used to it. If you experience redness or a prolonged burning sensation from using capsicum oleoresin, rinse thoroughly with soap and cool water. If blistering, pain, swelling, redness, or severe irritation occurs, or remains for an extended period, seek medical attention immediately. It is recommended to avoid if you are pregnant, as there is not sufficient research to support its safety to the unborn child. If you are breast feeding, do not apply capsicum oleoresin to your breast area before feeding. Do not use on children, babies, or pets. Avoid getting any on dentures, contact lenses, or any device that comes in contact with sensitive or delicate parts of your body. Do not inhale the odor of capsicum oleoresin, as it can cause shortness of breath, coughing, or choking, and can severely irritate the insides of your nose, sinuses and lungs.
Botanical Name: Capsicum Frutescens
Plant Origin: India
Processing Method: Extract
Plant Part: Fruit
Odor and Color: A viscous, deep red colored liquid with a pungent top note.
Main Constituents: Capsaicin.
Blends well with: Not available.
Contraindication: Extremely pungent and should be handled with care, wear gloves and eye protection when handing this product.