We've had stories run about us everywhere -- local, national, and international. We even got a write up in the UK version of Reader's Digest. I'll also tell you we have few major celebrities using our product right now, and we're talking very major stars. Don't be surprised if you see an actor snorting some Sinus Buster in an upcoming movie. We have a lot of Hollywood clients
Altamont, NY (PRWEB) June 7, 2004
This week kicks off yet another "National Headache Awareness Week", but this time there may finally be a real headache breakthrough to celebrate. Since it first hit the worldwide market barely six months ago, the Sinus Buster all natural capsaicin nasal spray has quickly risen to the top of the headache treatment heap. This unique nasal spray is the first of its' kind to use the active ingredient Capsaicin, a natural extract taken from chile peppers, and it's reported to be the ultimate headache stopper.
Thousands of faithful Sinus Buster users claim this strange new product is a true headache killer. Whether its migraines, clusters, sinus headaches, or just a plain old hangover, the Sinus Buster is the first product to effectively stop the pain literally within seconds.
"This stuff could make Tylenol and all those other headache medicines obsolete. The first time I used it, I knew I found the answer to my headache and sinus problems. It takes a little getting used to, but within a couple weeks, you barely feel the bite anymore, and it really stops headaches fast. I've tried everything from OTC stuff to prescription drugs, and the sinus buster puts them all to shame," says Steve Fellows of Bethlehem, New York.
The bite Steve refers to is the powerful feeling you get from the Sinus Buster the first few times you use it. One small burst and your eyes immediately water, your head feels a rush of sudden energy, and before you can say "headache", your headache is already gone.
"When we first started marketing Sinus Buster on the web, a lot of people were skeptical to say the least - especially doctors, but now we have doctors actually suggesting our product to their chronic headache and sinus patients. Not only does our product live up to its' reputation, but it lives beyond it. As a company, we're confident enough to put the Sinus Buster up against any headache remedy because it has no equal," says Wayne Perry, President of SiCap Industries, makers of the famed Sinus Buster nasal spray.
In fact the Sinus Buster has gained such a solid reputation for stopping headaches, it's already becoming a household name around the world.
"This week we sent out our first foreign language Sinus Busters to The Netherlands. It was strange to see our product labels in Dutch, but it's something we'll have to get used to because we'll be printing in at least five different languages soon. We've got product going to Israel, Russia, and South America. It's unbelievable, but this stuff has just taken off across the world, and it's really been mostly by word of mouth. The truth is it works even better than we say it does, and people are starting to find this out around the globe," says Bob Haines, VP of Manufacturing for SiCap Industries.
Haines may be right about the "word of mouth" fame of the Sinus Buster, but it seems this unique product is also a big hit with the media. The Sinus Buster has been featured on television, radio, and in newspapers and magazines around the world, and the coverage doesn't appear to be letting up any time soon.
"We've had stories run about us everywhere -- local, national, and international. We even got a write up in the UK version of Reader's Digest. I'll also tell you we have few major celebrities using our product right now, and we're talking very major stars. Don't be surprised if you see an actor snorting some Sinus Buster in an upcoming movie. We have a lot of Hollywood clients," says Wayne Perry.
Speaking of Hollywood, Perry also had a curious offer for David Gest, Liza Minnelli's estranged husband. Gest is suing Minnelli for 10 million dollars, claiming she repeatedly beat him during their short marriage. Gest claims Minnelli's beatings left him with chronic migraine headaches for which he's currently recieving Botox injections as a potential treatment.
"If Gest is really so damaged by his ex-wife's alleged beatings, then he should want to try the sinus buster. Basically we'll give him a lifetime supply if he just backs off Liza. Personally I think Liza is getting a raw deal, but if this guy really has these headaches, then he ought to try the sinus buster. If he's not willing to try it, then he's probably a liar," says Perry.
If you want to learn more about The Sinus Buster headache stopper, visit the company website at (http://www.sinusbuster.com).
Samples, interviews, and media kits are available to all verified media personnel by using the contact information provided in this release.
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