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Despite the incredibly intense burning -- which persists for about 20 minutes -- Barrus says the 40-minute period of bliss that follows is worth the pain.
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But because it's so hot -- pure capsaicin extract is rated at more than 15 million Scoville units -- the compound should be used only as directed by a physician, and in moderation.
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