Vampire Pepper Spray
Vampire Repellent Pepper Spray for All Kinds of Goons
There is a spray that you can use to get rid of all kinds of crooks. It is the Vampire Repellent Pepper Spray that you can utilize for thieves, goons, and perhaps even the undead. This repellent spray has both pepper and garlic in a powerful double deterrent that is non-lethal.
Anybody whose mouth or eyes have been burned by chili peppers knows how devastating there effects can be. Those same effects are in the aerosol extract of chili that is in pepper spray. This is why pepper spray is powerful and popular among self defense weapons.
With the Vampire Repellent, pepper is infused with garlic in one and the same spray. Together, the two are used capably to defend you from the bad guys.
The Scoville scale is a measure of the heat of spicy foods such as chili peppers. The Carolina Reaper, the world hottest chili at present, is rated at 2,200,000 Scoville heat units in the scale. The habanero is between 100,000 and 400,000 SHU, whereas the jalapeño lies at 3,000 to 8,000 SHU.
The concentration of capsaicin in a commercial spray is so much hotter. Even in a regular defense solution with 10% OC, it already scores 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 SHU. Hot pepper spray that has 18% OC registers at 3,000,000 to 4,000,000 SHU.
Oleoresin capsaicin or OC is the vital component of pepper spray. It is an extracted substance from finely ground chili peppers like the habanero and the jalapeño, which are really piquant arrays of capsaicin.
Hot chili alone is a natural irritant already. Repellent pepper is more so, and it can create sufficient inflammatory and lachrymatory effects to repulse crooks. Pepper in a powerful deterrent spray generates an awful burning sensations, especially in the eyes, on the skin, and on the mucous membranes.
To add to those, pepper spray compresses the air passages to interfere with one’s breathing. It even yield too many tears and swells the eyes until they slam shut and become momentarily blind. And it activates coughing and choking incessantly.
To start with, garlic is a robust plant that can endure diseases and persist from pests. It has natural protection from rabbits and moles. In insecticides, it can deter bloodsucking insects such us flies and mosquitos, and snails, slugs, plus ticks.
In the record of vampire, werewolf, witch, and demon repellents in diverse folk cultures globally, garlic is up in one of the top spots. It gets a lot of its reputation from its ongoing stimulating and medicinal properties, such as its use as an antiseptic. You may add a garlicky breath and a garlicky smell to those persuasive defensive influence.
Garlic battles cancer, heart diseases, and the common cold. It also instigates bleeding and burning, and it is not endorsed as topical medication to any child.
Because it can both reek and burn, garlic is a huge and famous colleague to pepper in a protective spray. With garlic in the pepper solution, the two return non-lethal stimulant and aggravating effects in the Vampire Repellent Pepper Spray, aside from the garlic, onion, and pepper recipe being good for pests.