Albany, NY (PRWEB) September 14, 2005
The current issue of "First Magazine," a hugely popular women's publication, features an article about a woman who lost weight after she used a popular hot pepper nasal spray to relieve her chronic sinus condition. Billed as the world's first and only hot pepper nasal spray, "Sinus Buster" has built a miraculous reputation as perhaps the most effective treatment for chronic headaches and sinus conditions.
Now it turns out that Sinus Buster also has one very unique and healthful side effect that may be the answer for weight conscious overeaters. This all natural nasal spray contains "Capsaicin," the active ingredient in hot peppers which is clinically proven to safely suppress the appetite.
Sinus Buster was commercially launched in early 2004 by Wayne Perry, a former self defense instructor and chronic headache sufferer who accidentally discovered the headache stopping powers of hot peppers shortly after appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Show. During his appearance, Perry demonstrated the effectiveness of self defense pepper spray, and soon after found himself performing live pepper spray demonstrations around the country. Then just before an appearance on a local news program, Perry was struck by one of his headaches. Although he was suffering in dire pain, Perry went through with the demonstration. Within seconds after the reporter sprayed him (on camera) with real police pepper spray, Perry realized his headache was instantly relieved.
This experience led Wayne into several years of experimentation using natural hot pepper extracts in various nasal spray solutions. By 2003, Perry had perfected his new hot pepper nasal spray producing a powerful and completely natural treatment for chronic headaches and sinus conditions.
By the summer of 2005, Sinus Buster had already been embraced by hundreds of doctors and thousands of patients throughout North America. This all natural nasal spray has fast become one of the most respected health products ever conceived, and was even named "Most Innovative Nutraceutical Of 2005" by The Immunity Institute of Finland.
Until recently, Sinus Buster was known only as a sinus and headache remedy, but now many users are also crediting this unique nasal spray with natural weight loss. The Capsaicin in Sinus Buster actually reduces hunger cravings with just a couple squirts, and this is more than a theory. In fact, many clinical studies have shown Capsaicin to be extremely effective for reducing overactive appetites.
"It's a proven fact that hot peppers reduce hunger cravings when added to a normal meal, but when the essence of hot peppers is ingested through the nose, the effects are instant and powerful to say the least. We never intended to market Sinus Buster as an appetite suppressant. I mean it's the greatest headache stopper in the world and it'll knock out most sinus infections in days. We even have two other pepper products designed exclusively for weight loss, but every day we hear from Sinus Buster users praising us for their newfound weight loss," says Wayne Perry, president of SiCap industries, the manufacturers of Sinus Buster.
You can read about the weight loss properties of Sinus Buster in the current issue of First Magazine, available at most newsstands and checkout counters throughout North America. To find out more about Sinus Buster and the whole line of pepper products from SiCap Industries, visit the company website at (http://www.sinusbuster.com).
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