|Submit Date:||14 Oct 2011|
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|Country of Remedy:||USA|
|Remedy Source:||La times worlds hottest chile|
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Anand's initiation took place years ago when friends secretly laced his food with umorok.
Unbearable pain, panic, arm flapping and teeth gnashing followed, he recalls, until an
elderly neighbor suggested a local antidote: Go forth and eat mud.
Anand dutifully dashed to the nearest pond. "I would've swallowed anything to cool down,"
he says. "And since I had no taste buds left, the mud tasted just fine