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08/21/2008

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Horseaddicted

I will like to know more about capsaicin uses. I have been searching information about this drug and I just find information about it's realiving painful use.
I am really interested in this "hypersensitivity" that you are talking about in the article and if its possible the web site, book where you found the info from.

Thank you!


CBC Sports analyst Beth Underhill has suspicions that the drug was not given to relieve pain, but was administered because it causes "hypersensitivity" to a horse's legs and would make the animal more cautious on the jumps, and less likely to hit a jump and incur a fault.

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Bella

How did they test for presence of capsaicin?
I would like to know also what type of units they used.

Brian Atwood


Your point is valueble for me. Thanks!

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