Pepper – The Hot New Cure

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"New" Nasal Spray cures Migraines, Allergies and Sinus problems.

What do Harvard, Yale, University of Southern California, and the New England Headache Clinic, as well as many more medical facilities have in common? They are all using pepper to cure some of their patients.

“Pepper – and its chief ingredient, capsaicin – is now the hot new cure in a number of leading hospitals and clinics,” says Paul Carpenter, President of Sinol USA, Inc. “Sinol USA’s capsaicin-based drugs use the healing effects of pepper to marvelous effect.”

Capsaicin has been medically proven to reduce pain associated with many ailments, as well as ease the symptoms of allergies, arthritis, congestion, headaches, sinus problems and toothaches. Capsaicin works so well because it reduces the amount of a substance found at nerve endings, which is involved in transmitting pain signals to the brain.

Sinol USA’s capsaicin-based nasal spray, Sinol, is an all-natural, non-addictive product that works wonders for allergies, headaches and sinus problems. “It works so well by traveling smoothly up the nasal passages and bringing instant relief,” says Carpenter. Created by Sinol’s FDA-licensed lab in Pennsylvania, the spray is poised to hit the market soon.

“Pepper-based cures have been used in China and Latin America for centuries as effective, safe pain relievers,” says Carpenter. “By bringing Sinol to the market, we’re making a strong case for natural yet instant pain relief, instead of sending yet another dose of chemicals into your body.”

About Sinol USA, Inc.

Sinol USA, Inc. is changing the way consumers think about healthcare and their well-being. Sinol is a high growth, “all natural” and over-the-counter healthcare company engaged in the development and marketing of products that utilize old-fashioned yet unique methods to relieve chronic healthcare problems. For more information, please visit http://www.sinolusa.com.

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