Hypnosis and Hot Sauce

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Back in 2010, I got Scott Roberts from www.ScottRobersweb.com to volunteer for a little hypnosis experiment I wanted to try. There is something called HypnoBirthing which basically is hypnotherapy to remove the pain and fear associated with child birth. So a woman can have a pain-free baby delivery. I figured since I had learned a little about hypnotizing others over the years, maybe I could use this pain-free hypnosis for things that are too spicy. Imagine the ability to eliminate pain at will? Well I had to know if it would work. I was very confident it would, but I wanted to document it, but needed a guinea pig for my experiment. In stepped Scott to allow me to play with his brain, so to speak. Hypnosis works best with people that are very intelligent and willing, and I knew Scott would be the perfect subject. We were both coming to the Fiery Food & BBQ Show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and there would not better opportunity than there to do this experiment.

The 2 videos we showcased our test with 3 super hot extract products from 3 different companies. The first company is the German Police with their Painmaker which ranges around the 800,000 scoville mark. You will see that test in the 1st video which begins with my hypnosis induction I did with Scott. In the 2nd video, Scott took on Defcon Sauces‘ Zero which is between 1-2 million Scoville, and then finally CaJohn’s Flavor & Fire’s Black Mamba which uses 1-4 million extract to create a better average.

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Hypnosis and Hot Sauce


Have you ever wanted to do something never been done before? I got my chance at the Fiery Foods & BBQ Show. Besides my love of hot sauce, I have an affection for hypnosis. I have been playing around with hypnosis for years, using it to help others to stop smoking, lose weight, motivate themselves to name a few things. I had been reading about the hypnobirthing technique for a while, in which a pregnant women uses hypnosis to create a calm and painless birth for her child.

I asked myself, if pain could be reduced in pregnancy, then why not in someone who tries a very spicy sauce?

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