Right now that would be rubbing my nose in what I can't have, since I haven't the money to spend on ordering more cayenne pepper. I like the brand I have. It's very fresh tasting.
I do appreciate that you are championing the hottest kind of pepper for the cleansing and healing properties it has. But I can't help but think of the decades this lemonade fast has been working for people, and how most of those people would not have been aware of heat units or been likely to have hot hot cayenne pepper to hand. And even if they did have access to it, "to taste" is an important factor in something you're doing for spiritual reasons, in my opinion.
I think it depends on what your goals are. If people want the best possible internal cleansing, then what you are doing here, by championing the hottest kind of cayenne pepper, is helpful. But I've seen a lot of posters talk about using capsules because they dislike the pepper so much. So obviously it is not to everyone's taste, and by disparaging anything but the hottest pepper, you are essentially saying their cleanse is worthless. In my opinion that's not true. This is both a cleanse and a juice fast. It can be many things to many people. Personally, for me at this time, it is serving to distance me from emotional eating for a significant amount of time, and hopefully will help to create a more stable balance in my body chemistry, in terms of appetite and hunger. The pepper is useful in helping me achieve the goal of not using food as an emotion crutch, because with the pepper in the lemonade, I don't crave it. The cleansing is a wonderful side-effect. I have a white fuzzy tongue, and am obviusly detoxing. That's wonderful. But to be honest, if I didn't like the taste of that hot hot cayenne pepper, I wouldn't force myself to drink it because then it would feel like punishment. I am neither a sissy nor a masochist. I want healthy balance in my life.
Different strokes for different folks.. as they say. :-)
You are like a seasoned surfer who needs more and more of a challenge to get a kick out of what you're doing, to ride the biggest wave, so to speak. But remember, some people who come around here are just testing the waters. Go easy on them.