I've never heard this one but I've heard tomato juice, orange, apple and many others non of them pulled the oils out of the skin. Is carrot juice a degreaser
Also another myth is milk. Milk is a base and when you eat pepers if you drink milk or even eat sour cream it will wash it down and neutralize the oils. On your skin it's different. You have to get all the oils off your skin.. The pepper oil and the skin oil because they mix and distribute it. The more it spreads the more you have to wash.
I just looked up carrot juice best I can figure is it's a base like milk. So from what I've tried and what I've seen tried I doubt it would be very effective. The only thing I've seen 100% work for everyone every single time was a harsh soap with a degreaser in it and repeated scrubbings.
Because I know this works from experience as I've said I've been sprayed multiple times. And I've seen people try tons of home remedies. One of which was my roommate he tried dove soap and got pepper spray on his genitals. He had to go to the emergency room and have to large not very happy looking male navy nurses put a burn cream on his junk. And he had to lay in bed for the better part of a week using the burn ointment on himself. I was told once he had scars from it.
People have a lot of home remedies. Sometimes a store bought remedy is better if it's been tested many times around you before you.
And if your going to recommend something other than a documentable proof cure have someone spray you with a 2 second spray at less than 10 foot and verify the cure first hand.
As a once State- and Federal-Level Certified Trainer in Chemical Agent Aerosol Weapons, I was intentionally hit HUNDREDS of times over the span of 25+ years with OC, CN and CS in stream, fog, capsules and air-suspension forms.
Additionally, since I teach self-defense, I teach the proper use of chemical sprays to my students. Most of it is done with inert trainers, but we do demonstrations with the live agents, as well, as part of the training. I guess I'd have to write it down in order to be documented
I will, therefore, re-iterate: Carrot Juice. It's not instant, but it seems to cut the recovery rate drastically. No, using V8 won't work, get it right from the can or bottle.
Now, I will expound: Quite simply, there is NOTHING that provides an immediate antidote for OC because of the way it acts on the body. Yes, there are certain injections that can quickly alleviate the symptoms and there are certain "home remedies" that can help shorten the body's responses by removing or blocking the offending chemical. Three of my favorites are Yogurt, Maalox or Mylanta applied topically.
One item that's used a lot by law-enforcement is Bio Shield, which claims to reduce recovery time in half. Sometimes it even works.
A good portion of what works with both OC and "tear gas" sprays is psychological. That wonderful feeling you have when you get CS'd and it feels like a steel band has locked itself around your chest. It's how you
deal with the endorphins that matter. Sure, there's a physical component to it. But, if you've been hit as many times as you state, then it's presumable that you don't respond the same way as you did your first time.
As a humorous aside, my first exposure to CS was on an NBC training range in 1985 in the ass-end of Fort Benning. Buncha recruits doing push-ups and sit-ups in their protective masks and practicing taking them on and off. Finally, the Drill Instructors just had us standing there timing us to see if we could get our masks on (with hood) in under 15 seconds when the timer was initiated with "GAS!GAS!GAS!"
Of course, they thought it much more. . .appropriate. . .to then start tossing CS canisters amongst the unmasked recruits as an initiator. One poor guy freaked out so bad that he ran headlong into a light pole and rendered himself semi-conscious.
Good times, good times.