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What You Should Know About Capsaicin Cream

If you live with pain, you may know all too well how difficult it can be to manage. You may have heard of capsaicin, the active ingredient in chili peppers. When applied topically in the form of a cream, ointment, gel, lotion, or transdermal skin patch, capsaicin is thought to provide pain relief by temporarily changing the way your body processes pain.

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Uses of Capsaicin Cream

When applied to the skin, capsaicin appears to cause local desensitization after a period of initial irritation. Capsaicin cream is said to relieve pain resulting from a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Back pain
  • Gout
  • Headaches, such as cluster headaches
  • Joint pain, such as knee pain
  • Neuropathy
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Shingles (post-herpetic neuralgia)
  • Tendonitis, such as tennis elbow
  • Trigeminal neuralgia

Benefits of Topical Capsaicin

A number of preliminary studies suggest that topical capsaicin may offer a variety of health benefits. Here’s a look at findings from the available research.

Chronic Neuropathic Pain

In a 2017 review, researchers sized up eight previously published clinical trials. These involved 2,488 participants) examining the effectiveness of a high-concentration capsaicin patch in people with chronic neuropathic pain (pain caused by damage to nerves, either from an injury or disease) from the following conditions:

  • Postherpetic neuralgia
  • HIV-neuropathy
  • Peripheral diabetic neuropathy

The report revealed that a small number of participants who had the patch reported that they were “much” or “very much” improved after using the capsaicin patch.

A previous review concluded that the data on low-concentration capsaicin patches (containing less than 1% capsaicin) was insufficient to make any treatment recommendations and suggested that it was not effective.

A high concentration (8%) capsaicin patch is approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the management of postherpetic neuralgia pain. Due to the initial pain and burning sensation, the patch is applied under local anesthetic by a medical professional in a clinic or hospital setting.

Osteoarthritis Pain

In a report published in Osteoarthritis and Cartilage in 2014, medical experts evaluated evidence on the use of drug and non-drug treatments for osteoarthritis to provide guidelines for the management of knee osteoarthritis pain.

In the report, capsaicin was deemed appropriate for people with osteoarthritis of the knee (rather than multi-joint osteoarthritis) who do not have other relevant health conditions.

Lower Back Pain

For a report published in Spine in 2016, researchers sized up previously published trials evaluating the effectiveness of herbal therapies (including capsaicin cream or a plaster) in people with low back pain, and found that capsaicin reduces pain more than a placebo. 

The authors noted, however, that additional trials are needed to compare the therapies to standard treatment.

Other Conditions

Topical capsaicin is also being explored for:

Possible Side Effects

Studies have reported local adverse skin reactions (such as a burning sensation, pain, itching, and skin redness) in the early period of treatment that typically subsides after one to two weeks of treatment. With the high-concentration patch, the burning sensation and pain are sometimes described as feeling like a “bad sunburn.”

Other side effects include:

  • The high-concentration patch may cause pain, inflammation, coughing, swelling, redness, and skin blisters, with pain increasing in the first two days (often requiring pain medication) and then slowly decreasing.
  • Transient high blood pressure has been noted, particularly with high concentration capsaicin. The risk is considered greater in people with a pre-existing cardiovascular disease.
  • People with HIV neuropathy have reported diarrhea, weight loss, and throat infections after the use of the high-concentration patch.
  • The safety of long-term, repeated applications of high concentration capsaicin isn’t known. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, speak with your doctor.

If you have a chronic nerve condition, consult your healthcare provider before using capsaicin cream.

Tips for Application

Here are some tips when using capsaicin cream:

  • Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes, and wash hands thoroughly afterward.
  • Although people sometimes use gloves when applying capsaicin cream at home, capsaicin can diffuse through latex gloves.
  • Capsaicin shouldn’t be applied to open wounds or broken skin.
  • Care should be taken to avoid contact with the cream by others, particularly with children and pets.
  • If you apply capsaicin cream to your feet, they should be covered to avoid contaminating the floor and spreading the capsaicin.
  • Cool, dry packs wrapped in cloth are said to alleviate the burning sensation that occurs after application. They are applied only for brief periods to avoid injuring the skin.

A Word From Verywell

While not everyone responds to capsaicin cream, it may help some people manage pain in conjunction with standard treatment. The cream does require regular applications and has side effects.

Higher-concentration patches are applied in a medical setting. While the higher-concentration patch doesn’t require repeated daily applications, it can cause significant burning and pain in the initial days after it is applied.

If you’re considering trying capsaicin cream or any other form of topical capsaicin, speak to your healthcare provider to see whether it’s appropriate for you and to find out what to expect at the recommended dose.

Capsaicin | Michigan Medicine

Topic Overview

What is capsaicin?

Capsaicin is the ingredient found in different types of hot peppers, such as cayenne peppers, that makes the peppers spicy hot. You can eat it in raw or cooked peppers or as a dried powder, which you can add to food or drinks. It also is available as a dietary supplement, in topical creams that you apply to your skin, or in a prescription skin patch.

What is capsaicin used for?

Capsaicin is used to help relieve pain. Capsaicin works by first stimulating and then decreasing the intensity of pain signals in the body. Although pain may at first increase, it usually decreases after the first use. Capsaicin stimulates the release of a compound believed to be involved in communicating pain between the nerves in the spinal cord and other parts of the body.

Topical use

When you apply capsaicin cream, gel, lotion, or ointment to the skin (topical use), it may help relieve pain from:

You can put products that contain capsaicin on your skin up to 4 times a day. You may feel a burning or itching sensation the first few times you use capsaicin, but this will gradually decrease with each use. Wash your hands thoroughly after each use to avoid getting capsaicin in your eyes or on other moist mucous membranes, where it can cause a burning sensation. Do not use capsaicin on areas of broken skin.

A high-dose skin patch is available by prescription (Qutenza). The patch is used to treat nerve pain from postherpetic neuralgia. It must be put on and removed by a doctor or nurse. The patch is left on the skin only for an hour or less, but the capsaicin continues to relieve pain after the patch is removed.

Supplement use

When you eat hot peppers or take capsaicin as a dietary supplement, the capsaicin may improve your digestion by increasing the digestive fluids in the stomach and by fighting bacteria that could cause an infection. It may also help fight diarrhea caused by bacterial infection.

Capsaicin acts as an antioxidant, protecting the cells of the body from damage by harmful molecules called free radicals. Capsaicin also may help prevent bacterial infections.

Capsaicin may also make mucus thinner and help move it out of the lungs. It is also thought to strengthen lung tissues and help to prevent or treat emphysema.

Is capsaicin safe?

Experts in the United States generally consider capsaicin to be safe. But it can cause some unpleasant effects, especially for those who are not used to it. Be careful when you cook with or eat hot peppers. Begin with small amounts, and increase the amount as you get used to it.

An allergic reaction to capsaicin is possible. If you are just beginning to use capsaicin, either as fresh or prepared food or in powder form, start with small amounts. If you use a topical product that contains capsaicin, you should first apply it to a small area of skin to test for an allergic reaction.

To reduce the burning sensation, remove the seeds from the peppers before you eat or cook with them. Also, if you eat bananas along with the peppers, you may reduce the burning sensation.

Don’t let capsaicin come into contact with your eyes and other moist mucous membranes. After you touch capsaicin (or hot peppers), use vinegar or soap to wash your hands so you don’t accidentally spread capsaicin to your eyes, nose, or mouth. You can also use disposable gloves to handle hot peppers or to apply topical products that contain capsaicin.

Do not apply topical products that contain capsaicin to areas of broken skin.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate dietary supplements in the same way it regulates medicines. A dietary supplement can be sold with limited or no research on how well it works.

Always tell your doctor if you are using a dietary supplement or if you are thinking about combining a dietary supplement with your conventional medical treatment. It may not be safe to forgo your conventional medical treatment and rely only on a dietary supplement. This is especially important for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

When using dietary supplements, keep in mind the following:

  • Like conventional medicines, dietary supplements may cause side effects, trigger allergic reactions, or interact with prescription and nonprescription medicines or other supplements you might be taking. A side effect or interaction with another medicine or supplement may make other health conditions worse.
  • The way dietary supplements are manufactured may not be standardized. Because of this, how well they work or any side effects they cause may differ among brands or even within different lots of the same brand. The form of supplement that you buy in health food or grocery stores may not be the same as the form used in research.
  • Other than for vitamins and minerals, the long-term effects of most dietary supplements are not known.

Can Capsaicin Cream Help Joint Pain?

Benefits of capsaicin

When applied to the skin, capsaicin creams create a warm tingling or mild burning sensation. Some people find this sensation uncomfortable, says Ted Fields, MD, FACP, an attending rheumatologist at HSS, but it can provide immediate, temporary relief from pain caused by various forms of arthritis. This includes osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Over time, capsaicin can also provide longer-lasting benefits by blocking a chemical in the body called substance P, which sends pain signals to the brain. For that reason, even if you don’t experience immediate relief, says Dr. Fields, “it may make sense to give capsaicin a two-week trial to see how it works for you.”

How much benefit you get from capsaicin will vary by the person, says Dr. Fields. But it can provide an important alternative to oral medications, which can cause stomach problems and drowsiness in some people. A 2018 study found that capsaicin cream was equally as effective as topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) in providing relief from knee osteoarthritis.

Cream vs. patch

Capsaicin is available over the counter, both as a cream and as a patch. Creams are massaged into the skin of the joint where you’re having pain, whereas patches have an adhesive backing that can be stuck to the affected area.

Dr. Fields recommends using the patch for the back or neck. For smaller joints, such as those in the finger, cream may be easier to apply. Cream may also be the best option for a joint that has a lot of motion, such as the knee or shoulder. But make sure your clothing covers the affected area to avoid eye irritation, says Dr. Fields.

Common name brands of creams include Capsazin-HP® and Salonpas®, but generic brands are also available online. Examples of patches include Salonpas® Hot Capsicum Patch, the Capsaicin Hot Patch by Coralite® and Aspercreme Warming Patch®.

Which strength to use

Capsaicin is also available in different strengths, ranging from 0.025% creams all the way up to prescription-strength patches with 8% capsaicin used to treat more severe forms of pain. First, try the mid-strength, which is 0.075% capsaicin.

If you find the burning sensation too much to cope with, go for the milder strength, which is 0.025%. With time, as the uncomfortable sensations decrease, you may be able to build back up to the stronger dose. If you don’t get enough relief with the mid-strength, try the strongest dose, which is 0.25%—but don’t use that dose first.

Precautions when using capsaicin

You should avoid applying capsaicin, in either patch or cream form, before a shower or a workout, says Dr. Fields. “Any areas of skin with capsaicin on it can feel a more intense burning sensation if they come into contact with hot water.” If you’re using a patch, remove it at least one hour before showering or bathing, and wait at least five minutes after showering or bathing to apply either the patch or cream.

It’s important to be sure that you apply capsaicin creams or patches on clean, unbroken areas of skin. Don’t use capsaicin on any areas where you have a cut, an infection or a rash.

Also, handwashing is extremely important after applying capsaicin products, especially if you are using a cream. Essentially, it will cause the same tingling or burning sensation no matter where it touches the body—even in sensitive areas like the inside of your nose. Capsaicin can be particularly irritating if it gets into your eyes.

Capsaicin: Risks and Benefits

US Pharm. 2009;34(7):HS-17-HS-18. 

Capsaicin is a chemical compound that was first isolated from chili peppers in crystalline form in 1878. Soon after, it was discovered that capsaicin caused a burning sensation in the mucous membranes. In addition, it increased secretion of gastric acid and stimulated the nerve endings in the skin. The chemical structure of capsaicin was partly elucidated in 1919, and in 1930 capsaicin was chemically synthesized. In 1961, substances similar to capsaicin were isolated from chili peppers by Japanese chemists, who named them capsaicinoids. Dihydrocapsaicin (22%), nordihydrocapsaicin (7%), and homocapsaicin (1%) comprise 30% of the total capsaicinoids mixture and have about half the pungency of capsaicin.1

Pepper spray, also known as capsicum spray, is a lachrymatory agent (a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain, and even temporary blindness) used in crowd control and personal self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears. The active ingredient in pepper spray is oleoresin capsicum (OC) from chili peppers that is extracted in an organic solvent such as ethanol. The solvent is then evaporated, and the waxlike resin is emulsified with propylene glycol to suspend the OC in water. The OC is then pressurized for use in pepper spray.2

Capsaicin is currently used in topical form for postherpetic neuralgia. This medication is also used on the skin to relieve pain in conditions such as arthritis, psoriasis, or diabetic neuropathy. New studies from the American Association for Cancer Research suggest that capsaicin is also able to kill prostate cancer cells by causing them to undergo apoptosis.2 

The Scoville Scale

Capsaicin is a remarkable health-promoting substance. But since burning and irritation are common side effects, it may be wise to start using it slowly and build up a tolerance for larger quantities. The Scoville Scale is a tool for measuring the hotness of a chili pepper, as defined by the amount of capsaicin it contains, and is named after its creator, W. Scoville. This tool is also known as the Scoville Organoleptic Test. An alternative method for quantitative analysis uses high-performance liquid chromatography, making it possible to directly measure capsaicinoid content. Some hot sauces use their Scoville rating in advertising as a selling point.2 

Current Medical Applications

FDA-labeled indications for capsaicin are arthritis and musculoskeletal pain, and FDA-nonlabeled indications are neuropathy postoperative complications, postherpetic neuralgia, postoperative nausea and vomiting (prophylaxis), and psoriasis.

Capsaicin is currently used in topical ointments to relieve the pain of peripheral postherpetic neuralgia caused by shingles. It may be used in concentrations of between 0.025% and 0.075%. Capsaicin may also be used as a cream for the temporary relief of minor aches and joint pain associated with arthritis, simple backache, strains, and sprains. The treatment typically involves the application of a topical anesthetic until the area is numb. Then, the capsaicin is applied by a therapist wearing rubber gloves and a face mask. The capsaicin remains on the skin until the patient starts to feel the “heat,” at which point it is promptly removed. Capsaicin is also available in large bandages that can be applied to the back.

Mechanism of Action

The exact mechanism of action of topical capsaicin has not been fully elucidated. Capsaicin is a neuropeptide-active agent that affects the synthesis, storage, transport, and release of substance P, which is believed to be the principal chemical mediator of pain impulses from the peripheral  nervous system to the central nervous system. In addition, substance P has been shown to be released into joint tissues, where it activates inflammatory intermediates that are involved with the development of rheumatoid arthritis. Capsaicin renders skin and joints insensitive to pain by depleting and preventing reaccumulation of substance P in peripheral sensory neurons. With the depletion of substance P in the nerve endings, local pain impulses cannot be transmitted to the brain.

Capsaicin selectively binds to a protein known as TRPV1, which resides on the membranes of pain- and heat-sensing neurons. TRPV1 is a heat-activated calcium channel, with a threshold to open between 37°C and 45°C (37°C is normal body temperature). When capsaicin binds to TRPV1, it causes the channel to lower its opening threshold, thereby opening it at temperatures less than the body’s temperature, which is why capsaicin is linked to the sensation of heat. As mentioned earlier, prolonged activation of these neurons by capsaicin depletes presynaptic substance P, one of the body’s neurotransmitters for pain and heat, and prevents reaccumulation. Neurons that do not contain TRPV1 are unaffected; this causes extended numbness following surgery, and the patient does not feel pain as the capsaicin is applied under anesthesia.

With chronic exposure to capsaicin, neurons are depleted of neurotransmitters, and this leads to a reduction in sensation of pain and a blockage of neurogenic inflammation. If capsaicin is removed, the neurons recover.3

Adlea, which is in phase III trials, is a TRPV1 agonist based on capsaicin. Administered locally to the site of pain, Adlea has been shown to provide site-specific pain relief by binding to TRPV1 receptors, which are found predominantly on C-fiber neurons.

Long-lasting pain is transmitted in the body by C-fiber neurons and is associated with longer term, dull, aching, throbbing pain. In contrast, A-fiber neurons transmit immediate pain such as that experienced milliseconds after slamming your finger in a door or touching a hot surface. Because Adlea acts primarily on C-fiber neurons, it has not been shown to have an adverse effect on normal sensations such as temperature or touch.  

Capsaicin and Prostate Cancer

It has been reported that capsaicin down-regulates the expression of not only prostate-specific antigen (PSA), but also androgenic receptors, the steroid-activated proteins that control expression of specific growth-related genes. 

The American Association for Cancer Research reports that capsaicin is able to kill prostate cancer cells by causing them to undergo apoptosis. Capsaicin inhibited the activity of NF-kappa beta, a molecular mechanism that participates in the pathways leading to apoptosis in many cell types. Capsaicin also affected the tumors formed by human prostate cancer cell cultures grown in mouse models; results showed that treated tumors were about one-fifth the size of untreated tumors.4

Promoter assays also showed that capsaicin inhibited the ability of dihydrotestosterone to activate the PSA enhancer, even in the presence of exogenous androgenic receptors (ARs) in LNCaP cells. This suggests that capsaicin inhibited the transcription of PSA not only via down-regulation of AR expression, but also by a direct inhibitory effect.

Although capsaicin reduced the amount of AR that the tumor cells produced, it did not interfere with normal movement of AR into the nucleus of the cancer cells, where the steroid receptor acts to regulate androgen target genes.5 

Risks and Precautions

While capsaicin is reported to have benefits in increasing metabolism by burning fats, relieving topical pain, and reducing insulin spikes in diabetes, it can cause burning or stinging pain to the skin and, if ingested in large amounts by adults or small amounts by children, can produce nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and burning diarrhea. Eye exposure produces intense tearing, pain, conjunctivitis, and blepharospasm.

The primary treatment is removal from exposure. Contaminated clothing should be removed and placed in airtight bags. Capsaicin could be washed off the skin using soap or other detergents or rubbed off with oily compounds such as vegetable oil, petroleum jelly, or polyethylene glycol. Plain water, vinegar, and topical antacid suspensions are ineffective in removing capsaicin.

Burning and pain can be relieved by cooling from ice, cold water, cold surfaces, or air from wind or a fan. In severe cases, eye burn might be treated with topical ophthalmic anesthetics. Mucous membrane burn might be treated with lidocaine gel, and capsaicin-induced asthma might be treated with nebulized bronchodilators, oral antihistamines, or corticosteroids.6  

REFERENCES

1.Nelson AJ, Ragan BG, Bell GW, et al.Capsaicin-based analgesic balm decreases pressor responses evoked by muscle afferents. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2004;36(3):444-450.

2. Murray MT, Pizzorno JE Jr. Capsicum frutescens (cayenne pepper). In: Pizzorno JE Jr, Murray MT, eds. Textbook of Natural Medicine. 3rd ed. Edinburgh, Scotland: Churchill Livingstone; 2006:803-807.

3. Dray A. Mechanism of action of capsaicin-like molecules on sensory neurons. Life Sci. 1992;51(23):1759-1765.

4. Mori A, Lehmann S, O’Kelly J, et al. Capsacin, a component of red peppers, inhibits the growth of androgen-independent, p53 mutent prostate cancer cells. Cancer Res. 2006;66(6):3222-3229.

5. American Association for Cancer Research (2006). Pepper component hot enough to trigger suicide in prostate cancer cells. www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2006-03/aafc-pch031306.php.

6. Benefits of capsaicin. www.flamingmouth.com/Benefits_of_Capsaicin/html. 

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Capsaicin Cream (Zacin 0.025% or Axsain 0.075%)

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  • Departments: Pain Medicine, Pharmacy

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Introduction

This leaflet has been produced to give you general information about your treatment.  Most of your questions should be answered by this leaflet.  It is not intended to replace the discussion between you and the healthcare team, but may act as a starting point for discussion.  If after reading it you have any concerns or require further explanation please discuss this with a member of the healthcare team.

What is Capsaicin and what is it used for?

You have probably been troubled by some symptoms; following discussion with your doctor he has advised the use of Capsaicin cream.  Capsaicin cream is licensed for use in osteoarthritis (0.025%) or pain from shingles (0.075%). It can also be used to treat other types of neuropathic pain. This cream is prepared from an extract of peppers, so one of the side effects is a warm or burning type sensation when applied to skin.

Why do I need Capsaicin Cream?

This may reduce your level of pain and allow you to increase activity.

Can there be any complications or risks?

This can initially cause a sensation of heat to the skin or may cause a rash.

Instructions for use:

  1. Apply a pea sized amount of Capsaicin cream to the painful area and gently rub it in, so it is no longer visible. This avoids any excess being left on the skin which can cause irritation to the eyes, nose and throat or breathing difficulties in some people.
  1. Avoid contact with eyes, mouth, nose or genitals
  1. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling the Capsaicin cream (or use gloves to apply)
  1. The Capsaicin cream should be used regularly 4 times daily (with a gap of at least 4 hours between each application)
  1. Do not use Capsaicin on cut, raw, broken or irritated areas of the skin
  1. Do not use tight bandages on top of the cream
  1. If the cream causes a very hot or unpleasant sensation discontinue treatment
  1. Avoid additional heat in the area where the cream is used e.g. do not use hot water bottles, hot baths or showers.

What happens afterwards?

The cream should be discontinued if:

  • The Capsaicin cream has been used 4 times daily for 2 weeks with no reduction in pain (maximum pain relief can take up to 4 weeks)
  • You develop a skin reaction e.g. a rash.

You will be followed by a phone review appointment by a specialist nurse.

Contacts

If you have any queries do not hesitate to contact the Pain Clinic Monday to Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm.

Pain clinic, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Pain Service Out patients Department East Riding Community Hospital, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Beverley (01482) 478868

Outside the normal Pain Clinic hours (Monday to Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm) you can contact your own doctor within their working hours.

Capsaicin | Health Navigator NZ

Capsaicin is used for pain relief such as osteoarthritis and nerve pain. Find out how to apply it safely and possible side effects. Capsaicin is also called Zostrix.




Type of medicine Also called

  • Topical analgesic (a cream that is applied to the skin for pain relief) 

What is capsaicin?

Capsaicin is used to relieve certain types of pain. This may be pain caused by osteoarthritis, nerve pain caused by shingles or diabetes (diabetic peripheral neuropathy). It works by decreasing a natural substance in your body called substance P, that helps pass pain signals to the brain. In New Zealand, capsaicin is available as a cream that is applied to the painful area. There are 2 strengths of capsaicin cream, which have different uses. 

  • 0.025% (called Zostrix) is used to relieve pain in osteoarthritis.
  • 0.075% (called Zostrix HP) is used to relieve nerve pain caused by shingles or diabetes (diabetic peripheral neuropathy).  

How to use capsaicin cream

  • Capsaicin cream is applied to the painful area on the skin.  
  • The usual dose of capsaicin cream is a pea-sized amount to the affected area 3 to 4 times daily (not more than every 4 hours).
  • Pain relief usually begins within the first week of treatment and increases with regular application over the next few weeks. Review after 4 to 8 weeks.
  • Use this medication regularly to get the most benefit from it. To help you remember, use it at the same times each day.

Tips on how to apply capsaicin

  • Use a small amount of cream for each application and gently rub into the affected area.
  • Wash any left over cream from your hands after applying. If using the cream for pain on your hands, do not wash your hands for at least 30 minutes after applying the cream.  
  • Do not apply the cream to broken or irritated skin; only use it after lesions have healed if using it for nerve pain caused by shingles.
  • Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes (nose, mouth, genital area).
  • Do not apply tight bandages or heat (heating pads, hot water bottles, and heat lamps) to the area where the cream has been used.
  • Do not apply the cream immediately before or after activities such as bathing or showering, swimming, sunbathing or heavy exercise.
  • Avoid hot showers or baths immediately after application.

Side effects

Like all medicines, capsaicin can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. 





Side effects What should I do?

  • The most common side effect is a sensation of stinging or burning after application of capsaicin
  • This sensation is related to the action of capsaicin on the skin and is to be expected
  • It usually eases after the first few days of application and should disappear with continued use

  • See tips above on how to apply capsaicin

  • Blistering or swelling at the application site
  • Increased or unusual pain at the application site

  • Signs of an allergic reaction such as skin rash, itches, swelling of the face, lips, mouth and tongue or problems breathing

  • Tell your doctor immediately or ring HealthLine 0800 611 116

Learn more

The following links have more information on capsaicin. 

Capsaicin Dermnet NZ
Zostrix Cream Medsafe Consumer Information Sheet, NZ
Zostrix HP Cream Medsafe Consumer Information Sheet, NZ

References

  1. Capsaicin New Zealand Formulary

What is Capsaicin Cream? (with pictures)

Capsaicin cream is a topical pain reliever that is applied directly to the skin. The cream is part of the over-the-counter products sometimes referred to as deep heating rubs. Containing capsicum, the component that gives cayenne pepper its heat, the product can be used to ease pain and stiffness in various joints as well as bring a measure of relief to sore muscles.

As with many pain relievers of this type, the soothing action of capsaicin cream is only temporary; this means the product must be applied again after several hours. The effect, however, normally lasts long enough to allow the user to move through the initial pain and stiffness that is sometimes associated with overexertion during the performance of physical tasks or engaging in sports activities. This respite from the discomfort provides time for the body’s natural healing capabilities to kick in and permanently ease any of the temporary inflammation that comes with overexertion of the muscles and joints.

This cream is also considered an analgesic and has properties that help to ease the pain by desensitizing the surrounding tissue. The properties of the capsicum or cayenne warms the area while also lowering the presence of the neurotransmitter known as Substance P. This, in turn, minimizes the amount of pain felt by the user while at the same time giving the skin and the underlying layers of tissue a feeling that is pleasant and warm.

There are a number of muscle and joint conditions in which analgesics like capsaicin cream can be helpful. Many of these ailments are characterized by stiff and painful muscles and joints. People who suffer with bursitis, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, general nerve pain, and rheumatoid arthritis often can apply the topical cream, rub it gently into the skin, and experience some degree or relief for several hours.

Cayenne has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for stiff muscles. There are a number of recipes for home made topical creams and poultices that make use of the crushed or dried powder from the cayenne pepper to produce what amounts to a natural remedy version of the cream. Whether using a home recipe or purchasing the over-the-counter product, many people choose to use the cream to ease stiffness in the joints just before retiring for the night, helping to increase the chances for a restful sleep.

Most commercial versions include usage instructions that stress the need to seek professional medical care if the aches and pains persist after a certain period of time. A medical professional can evaluate the origin of the discomfort and provide guidance on whether to continue using the topical cream or if more aggressive treatments are necessary.

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Malcolm Tatum

After many years in the teleconferencing industry, Michael decided to embrace his passion for
trivia, research, and writing by becoming a full-time freelance writer. Since then, he has contributed articles to a
variety of print and online publications, including , and his work has also appeared in poetry collections,
devotional anthologies, and several newspapers. Malcolm’s other interests include collecting vinyl records, minor
league baseball, and cycling.

90,000 Capsaicin, cutaneous for chronic neuropathic pain in adults

Essence

There is moderate quality evidence that high concentration (8%) capsaicin patches can moderately (or more strongly in a small proportion of patients with postherpetic neuralgia) relieve pain, and very low quality evidence that they may be helpful in HIV neuropathy and diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

Relevance

Neuropathic pain can be caused by nerve damage or other injury or disease.Pain can be called chronic if it has been present for at least 3 months for most days. Capsaicin is the ingredient in chili peppers that make them pungent. It is thought to be able to relieve chronic neuropathic pain by reducing the sensitivity of nerves to pain impulses. This review is an update to a review published in 2013; it focuses on a high concentration (8%) capsaicin drug that can only be prescribed under carefully controlled conditions in a clinic or hospital, often accompanied by local anesthesia (since without it, capsaicin can cause a painful burning sensation on the skin).It is only used to treat localized areas of pain. A single application (application) should relieve pain for up to three months.

Research characteristics

We searched scientific databases for studies on the effects of high concentrations of capsaicin in adults with moderate to severe neuropathic pain. Treatment effects were to be assessed over a minimum of 8 weeks. The evidence is current to June 2016.

8 studies met our inclusion criteria, including 2 new studies in this update.The research has been well done.

Highlights

In 7 studies with 2,442 participants, we found that treatment was good at relieving pain in a small proportion of patients with some types of neuropathic pain (after shingles and nerve damage from HIV infection) and probably some other types of pain (sore legs when injured nerves in diabetes). In about 4 out of 10 people, pain relief with capsaicin was at least moderate compared to the control group (3 out of 10 people).As a control, there was an agent that looked the same as the studied formulation of capsaicin, but did not contain high concentrations of capsaicin, only small amounts of capsaicin were added to it, or nothing was added to it. In one small study (46 participants), capsaicin was no better than a control drug in patients with persistent pain after hernia surgery.

All patients receiving this treatment may have short-term localized skin problems such as redness, burning, or pain.Serious problems were less common and were no more likely to occur with the high concentration of capsaicin in these trials than with the very low capsaicin control or placebo.

Compared to patients receiving capsaicin, slightly more control patients discontinued treatment due to lack of benefit. However, there was no difference between groups regarding treatment discontinuation due to side effects.

Quality of evidence

We rated the quality of the evidence for pain relief as moderate to very low because only a small number of studies and a moderate number of participants reported information for each outcome.We rated the quality of the evidence for adverse (harmful) effects as moderate. Moderate quality implies that subsequent research may change this result. The very low quality implies that we are completely unsure of these results.

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Action of drugs with capsaicin.Now, for medicinal purposes, various ointments, gels, plasters and rubbing containing this substance are used. But it is most commonly used in the treatment of capsaicin for joints, muscles and ligaments. Such drugs have not only an analgesic effect, but also remove. Capsaicin ointment: effective help for joints (instructions, price and reviews). Category: Mazi by Anatoly. For pains of a rheumatic or neurological nature, as well as from sprains and injuries of joints and ligaments, capsaicin ointment is actively used.She’s not. Ointment Capsaicin for joints should be applied to the affected area no more than 4 times a day. Ointment for joints Capsaicin differs from its counterparts primarily in the mass of positive properties and an attractive price. Capsaicin ointment for joints is one of the most effective drugs. In addition, funds with this substance are often used to treat rheumatoid and neurological ailments. Capsaicin ointments – Names of ointments, descriptions and reviews. Kislyakova Anna February 08, 2019. This is a good opportunity to quickly restore the mobility of damaged joints without a painful attack, while side effects are due.Contents: What is Capsaicin? ⇩. Principle of action of drugs with capsaicin ⇩. When are capsaicin products used? ⇩. Contraindications to use ⇩. Side effects of capsaicin drugs ⇩. Instructions for using the ointment. However, the most commonly chosen ointment for joint treatment is capsaicin. Capsaicin is a substance derived from simple hot pepper, which has been widely used in medicine for a long time. It helps to effectively get rid of pain and therefore is often used for medicinal purposes.Capsaicin ointments. Is an alkoloid of natural origin, a product of hot pepper processing. In modern medicine, for the preparation of creams and ointments for joints, microdoses of snake venom are used. Capsaicin ointments are indispensable helpers for athletes and the elderly. On its basis, the pharmaceutical industry produces ointments and creams for joints.

Effect from application

1 tube of Artidex contains 50 ml of biologically active drug. It is necessary to use the gel 2-3 times a day for at least 14-21 days.So for 1 full course of application, no more than 2-3 packages of Artidex will be needed. Other manufacturers, when advertising their medicines, offer to buy them in pharmacies, which add more than 100% mark-up to the price. Knowing how much an advertising campaign costs, it becomes clear why the price in a pharmacy is prohibitively high.

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Joints react to the weather, and after a long walk they twist and ache? At night, there is an unpleasant spasm in the legs, the joints periodically swell, and there is almost no trace of the former mobility? Until recently, the only effective solution to these issues was surgery, but today it is possible to completely cure the joints and the spine even without injections.Scientists have created a natural remedy that starts the process of natural regeneration of joint tissues and bones, thanks to which thousands of rheumatology and orthopedic patients have regained freedom of movement – the natural Artidex cream, the price of which in Belgorod is comparable to the cost of a course of massage or packaging of standard pain pills. The remedy does not mask pain and does not relieve symptoms – it restores the joint and relieves the causes of unpleasant symptoms.

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INCI Name Capsaicin
Traditional name Capsaicin
Component category Herbal extracts, assets, skin conditioners, fragrance, analgesics for external use, odor masking agent
Application Plant pigment
Cosmetic effect Local analgesic (analgesic), nutrition of hair follicles, warming, stimulates microcirculation
Function Cleansing, antimicrobial
Effective for skin or hair types For all skin types
Origin Synthetic, can be used in natural cosmetics
Hazard factor Low
Danger for pregnant women Safe when used as directed
Allergenicity Possible individual intolerance

Capsaicin is a chemical compound that was first isolated from chili peppers in crystalline form in 1878.Capsaicin is a wonderful health-promoting agent. But since burning and irritation are common side effects, it may be wise to start using it slowly and create tolerance for larger amounts.

In addition to treating pain, capsaicin has been shown to treat a wide variety of skin conditions, including dry, itchy skin from psoriasis. Capsaicin is an effective treatment for this condition, as research shows that prolonged use of capsaicin cream has dramatically reduced the incidence of psoriasis on the skin.

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The regenerating formula of the cream mask with a firming effect based on capsaicin and chia oil provides intensive nourishment to the hair, prevents splitting of the ends.Capsaicin thickens and restores hair structure, tones up. Chia oil enhances cell regeneration, promotes moisture retention.

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water, cetearyl alcohol, ceteareth-20, sunflower oil, propylene glycol, glycerin, 10% capsaicin, cetyl potassium phosphate, glycerin stearate, vaseline oil, dimethicone, beeswax, camphor, menthol, water, lecithin, glycerin, cetyl palmitate, collagen hydrolyzate), anti-inflammatory biostimulating complex (sunflower oil, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, propylene glycol propolis extract, chamomile oil extract, vitamin E, allantoin, bisabolol, vitamin A, oil currants), raw bee venom, cyclopentasiloxane, cyclohexasiloxane, EDTA disodium salt, tetrabutylhydroquinone, citric acid, ethylhexylglycerol, limonene.

Capsaicin has a strong warming effect, activates metabolic processes in muscle tissue, improves microcirculation. Reduces puffiness, relieves muscle spasm, is a conduit for other therapeutic components. Blocks the action of chemical mediators that provoke inflammation. Bee venom is a product of the secretory activity of the poisonous glands of honey bees, a highly effective natural remedy. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, has a warming and immunocorrective effect, stimulates local blood flow, and improves joint nutrition.By increasing the permeability of the skin, it promotes deep penetration of the therapeutic components into the problem area.

Apply the balm with light massaging movements for 3 minutes 2-3 times a day. After applying the balm for 1-2 hours, it is advisable to ensure peace and warmth. Duration of use is 4-6 weeks, with repetitions every 3 months. To prevent seasonal exacerbations, it is recommended to conduct preventive courses in spring and autumn

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How is capsaicin cream applied?

Capsaicin Cream is a cutaneous pain reliever that is applied directly to the skin.The cream is part of over-the-counter products sometimes referred to as deep warming. The chemical that makes cayenne pepper hot, the product can be used to relieve pain and stiffness in various joints, as well as relieve muscle pain.

Like many pain relievers of this type, the soothing effect of capsaicin cream is temporary; this means that the product must be applied again after a few hours. The effect, however, usually lasts long enough to allow the user to get through the initial pain and stiffness that are sometimes associated with overexertion during physical tasks or sports.This reprieve from discomfort allows time for the body’s natural ability to heal and finally relieve any temporary inflammation that occurs when muscles and joints are strained.

This cream is also considered to be pain relieving and has properties that help relieve pain by desensitizing surrounding tissue. The properties of capsicum or cayenne warm the area while reducing the presence of a neurotransmitter known as Substance P. This in turn minimizes the amount of pain felt by the wearer while at the same time giving the skin and underlying tissue a feeling that is pleasant and warm …

There are a number of muscle and joint disorders in which analgesics such as capsaicin can be helpful. Many of these conditions are characterized by stiff and painful muscles and joints. People who have bursitis, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, general nervous pain, and rheumatoid arthritis can often apply a topical cream, rub it gently into the skin, and experience some degree or relief for several hours.

Cayenne has been used for centuries as a natural muscle strengthening agent.There are a number of homemade topical creams and poultices recipes that use ground or dried cayenne pepper powder to create a natural, healing version of the cream. Whether you are using a home recipe or buying an over-the-counter product, many people choose to use a cream to relieve joint stiffness just before bed at night, which increases the chances of restful sleep.

Most commercial versions contain instructions for use that emphasize the need to seek professional medical attention if pain persists after a certain period of time.A healthcare professional can assess the cause of the discomfort and make recommendations as to whether topical cream should be continued or more aggressive treatment is needed.

Benefits of using capsaicin cream

  1. Used to relieve muscle and joint pain;
  2. to relieve diabetic nerve pain;
  3. Capsaicin Cream may be given to you for other reasons. Talk to the doctor;

Capsaicin is an ingredient commonly found in various hot peppers, such as cayenne pepper, which makes them hot.It can be found in dry powder, dietary supplements, and creams. Capsaicin cream alters pain signals that are sent to the brain to relieve pain. It can be used to relieve pain from nerves to the surface of the skin. It provides temporary relief for joint or muscle pain that is associated with back pain, tension, arthritis, sprains, and bruises. The chemical element capsaicin reduces the amount of a substance that forms pain in the human body.It also helps with osteoarthritis and neuralgic pain.

Capsaicin Discovery History

John Clough Thrash was the first to isolate capsaicin. In 1919 E.K. Nelson defines the chemical structure of capsaicin. In 1930 Stephen F. Darling and Ernst Spath synthesized it. Chili peppers have been used for over 6,000 years. Native Americans rubbed chili peppers into their gums to relieve tooth pain.

Medicinal Uses of Capsaicin

  1. Capsaicin Cream provides relief from joint and muscle pain associated with sprains, arthritis, tension, back pain and bruises.
  2. Capsaicin cream is also used to treat nerve pain.
  3. Capsaicin Cream is used to relieve neuralgia.

Precautions with capsaicin cream

  1. Avoid allergies to the ingredients in the capsaicin cream.
  2. Consult a Physician if pregnant, breastfeeding, taking prescription medications, or if you have a wound or damaged or irritated skin.
  3. If side effects are serious, seek medical attention immediately.
  4. Contact with nose, eyes and mouth should be avoided. If capsaicin gets in your eyes, rinse it off immediately with cool water.
  5. Do not use for more than the prescribed period.
  6. Do not inhale or swallow.
  7. It may cause sneezing, coughing and irritation of the respiratory tract or throat.
  8. In case of severe itching or burning, wash with cold water and soap.
  9. Should not be used by children under 18 years of age.

How to use capsaicin cream?

  1. In addition to capsaicin cream, additional patient information is always available, read it!
  2. This should be applied prior to covering the affected area and should be gently massaged until the medication has disappeared onto the skin.
  3. After using capsaicin cream, wash your hands immediately with soap and water.
  4. If used on hands, keep it on the skin for 30 minutes before rinsing it off.During this time, avoid touching other injured skin, nose, eyes, mouth, mucous membranes, and contact lenses. Wash it off after 30 minutes.
  5. Should not be applied to damaged, irritated, dry skin or wounds.
  6. The affected area must not be wrapped or bandaged.
  7. Should not be used with a heating pad.
  8. The treated area should not be exposed to direct sunlight or heat as this may increase the likelihood of itching or burning.
  9. Should not be used shortly after swimming, sunbathing, hot tub, or after exposure to heat.
  10. This is to be used continuously as prescribed by a physician or doctor.

Facts About Casaicin Cream

Capsaicin is made from cayenne pepper and is considered to relieve pain. It is used topically to relieve pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and neuralgic pain. Topical use of a capsaicin cream can help relieve pain.Stimulates and reduces the intensity of pain in the body. When applied, it causes a burning or tingling sensation that may be unpleasant for some people. This is due to the release of pain that transfers the chemical to the skin from the nerves, which is perceived by the body as a burning or tingling sensation. Capsaicin cream does not cure the condition, but it may relieve pain. It is available in the form of a lotion, spray, gel, cream, patch, ointment, pillow, liquid, or stick.

Capsaicin side effects

Cutaneous capsaicin has the following forms : topical cream, topical film, topical gel / jelly, topical liquid, topical agent, topical ointment, topical patch with extended release, topical solution, topical patch.

Along with the desired effects, capsaicin may cause some undesirable effects when applied to the skin. While not all of these side effects can occur, medical attention may be needed if they do occur.

Consult a doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur during the application of capsaicin:

Most common – all forms

Burning, itching, dryness, pain, redness, swelling or tenderness at the site of application.

Less common – all forms

  • cough
  • coughing mucus
  • difficulty breathing
  • labored or labored breathing
  • sore throat
  • stuffy or runny nose
  • chest tightness

only less common

  • Blurred vision
  • dizziness
  • Headache
  • nervousness
  • pounding in the ears
  • slow or fast heartbeat

Very rare – only plaster

  • legs or feet
  • sensitivity to pain
  • sensitivity to touch
  • rapid weight gain
  • tingling in the arms and legs
  • unsteadiness or stiffness viscosity
  • unusual weight gain or loss
  • weakness in hands, arms, legs, or feet

You may experience some capsaicin topical side effects that usually do not need medical attention.These side effects may go away during treatment as your body adjusts to the medicine. In addition, your doctor can tell you about ways to prevent or reduce some of these side effects.