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Eight German teens were hospitalized after drinking chili sauce that is more than 200 times more potent than typical Tabasco ...
sauce. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon demonstrates how drinking hot sauce can harm your body.
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How Drinking Hot Sauce Can Harm Your Body
Dr. Drew Ordon: What some kids in Germany did? What they did, they took this hot sauce that is 200 times hotter than Tabasco and they actually guzzled it. They drunk it down pass it around, have some, have some. They drunk it down and you can imagine what it did to the body, to their system. It started of from their mouth. It burned their lips. It burned their tongue. As it went down the esophagus, it burned their esophagus and finally it got into the stomach and burned their stomach as well. So, the eight of them, after they guzzled this hot sauce ended up in the hospital.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: It’s cause a chemical --.
Dr. Jim Sears: I’ve got one question, why? Why would you do that?
Dr. Travis Stork: Again, No frontal lobe in teenagers, the governor is gone.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: It’s developing. That’s the problem.
Dr. Jim Sears: We called it brain damage.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: It’s developing, that’s the thing.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And you can dare to eat a chiller pepper. We all have
Dr. Jim Sears: But not to drink the whole freaking bottle.