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There aren't any pain receptors inside the head, so nothing inside the head hurts.
I don't know what the current therapy is for trigeminal neuralgia, but it used to be pretty drastic.
Maffsolo:At least for me, no. I make my own horseradish and it excites pain receptors in my mouth and nose, so the pain is not in my forehead. Blend with vinegar (or your acid of choice), the longer it is exposed to the air before contacting an acid, the hotter it gets.Steve