(PRWEB) December 7, 2003
Cayenne pepper powder (active ingredient capsacian), is all the rage at health food shops across America. ItÂs being used to aid digestion and vascular health. Capsacian based arthritis creams can be found at mainstream drug stores, and even Robin Quivers of the Howard Stern Show uses cayenne pepper in her much talked about Âmaster cleanserÂ. In fact, Quivers looks and feels better than she ever has, and aside from her exercise regimen, she credits her cayenne master cleanser as the key to her new found health. Capsacian is even being used to fight mouth sores in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy, but itÂs greatest potential is may be in the way capsacian relieves headaches.
It turns out that capsacian chemically turns off pain receptors in the human body, particularly along the nerve fibers in the sinus and cranial region. Many migraine sufferers have passed this information along via Âheadache support groupÂ websites, but until now they have been experimenting with Q-tips dipped in cayenne pepper, and even capsacian based arthritis cream. These desperate headache sufferers actually stick the pepper laced Q-tip up their noses to prevent and relieve all types of migraine headaches. Nearly everyone that tries this method experiences significant relief, but unfortunately the method is uncomfortable and inconsistent to say the least.
Now thereÂs finally an answer to the prayers of these headache sufferers. ItÂs the worldÂs first capsacian based nasal spray designed to conquer migraine, cluster, and sinus headaches. It also relieves menstrual migraines. They call it ÂThe Sinus BusterÂ, and itÂs much more than a simple migraine cure. ItÂs absolutely the best nasal decongestant on the market, and it fights sinus infections, chronic sinusitis, and allergies.
This formula was discovered by a nationally known self defense instructor who appeared on such shows as ÂOprah WinfreyÂ and ÂMontel WilliamsÂ. Wayne Perry was traveling the country teaching self defense, in particular, he trained audiences on the use of self defense pepper spray. One day while preparing to film a live Âreal sprayÂ demonstration for the news, Perry got one of his terrible cluster headaches. Knowing the show had to go on, he allowed the reporter to spray him with real pepper spray. PerryÂs headache immediately went away, and he realized the magic was in the pepper (capsacian). So Perry started working on a capsacian based formula to cure his own headaches, and today there are hundreds of former migraine and sinus sufferers who swear by WayneÂs pepper nasal spray, ÂThe Sinus BusterÂ. Get the whole story at (http://www.sinusbuster.com)