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The Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products endorses without any changes the ‘Position Paper on Capsicum / capsaicin containing herbal medicinal products’ adopted by the Herbal Medicinal Products Working Party (HMPWP) in December 2003.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
Arthritis is a common chronic problem, which occurs below the surface of the skin. Millions of people and animal have the condition. Various topical creams and ointments are sold for treatment of arthritis; however, most utilize an anesthetic, such as lidocane, benzocaine or other numbing agent for the skin surface.
The present invention was developed to provide a cream, which has as the three critical ingredients, capsaicin, plus an anesthetic and an analgesic. The composition overcomes other obstacles of known capsaicin creams in that the amounts used enable the warming relief of the peppers in combination with the coolness of the anesthetic, yet enable the user to still feel objects they touch due to the use of an analgesic as a critical component rather than large amounts of anesthetics.
Various capsaicin compositions have been developed over the years, in particular, the psoriatic composition of U.S. Pat. No. 4,486,450,
Cloning of the capsaicin receptor, i.e. the transient receptor potential channel of the vanilloid receptor family subtype 1 (TRPV1), provided the molecular basis for understanding the various actions of capsaicin . TRPV1 was discovered by an expression cloning strategy utilizing capsaicin-induced increases in intracellular calcium concentration as a marker. The calcium signal not only indicates opening of a nonselective cation channel and depolarization, but also initiation of receptor desensitization and downregulation, and degeneration of epidermal nerve fibers (ENFs), which is referred to as defunctionalization [5,9,10]. As a result of neurite degeneration, ENFs become less sensitive to a variety of stimuli (including capsaicin itself), leading to reduced pain responses [5,10]. A challenge in capsaicinoid drug development was harnessing the desensitizing action of capsaicin without unnecessarily exposing patients to TRPV1 activation-induced pain.