Just minutes before I was doing this live pepper spray thing, I started getting a nasty headache. It was coming on strong and I felt like I was going to pass out from the pain, but I had to go on with the demonstration. I let the reporter spray me with live cameras rolling, and in seconds my headache was gone. I was in pain, but I knew I had something big here. I was shocked
Albany, NY (PRWEB) March 27, 2006
Ever heard about hot pepper nasal spray? Well if not, you’ll soon be hearing about it everywhere. This unique hot pepper nasal spray is already being sold in more than a thousand North American stores. Not bad for a little known researcher specializing in natural hot pepper remedies. In 2003, Wayne Perry introduced the world’s first hot pepper nasal spray known as “Sinus Buster”. By 2005, Perry’s new product had captured the attention of more than 100,000 patients and doctors.
Although there had been many studies showing Capsaicin (the main active ingredient that makes hot peppers hot), was highly effective against headache and sinus symptoms, no nasal spray product was utilizing the medicinal properties Capsaicin until Perry created Sinus Buster.
When Perry’s company, SiCap Industries began marketing Sinus Buster in late 2003, it was an instant hit with headache, allergy and sinus sufferers throughout North America. Now only three years later, several inferior capsaicin products are coming to market thanks to the success of Sinus Buster, but the researchers at SiCap Industries are confident no other pepper nasal spray will come close to the proven effectiveness of Sinus Buster.
“Sinus Buster is hand made in small batches with a special secret mixture of exotic hot pepper extracts to create a natural form of Capsaicin containing all the natural Capsicanoids not found in pharmaceutically processed capsaicin compounds,” says Rob Sasso, Director of Lab Operations for SiCap.
According to the manufacturer, the secret of Sinus Buster cannot be duplicated by private label laboratories. What you get with private label labs is a “cookie cutter” product that features highly refined pharmaceutical capsaicin far removed from the truly natural medicinal properties found only in Sinus Buster.
When he first invented hot pepper nasal spray in the late 1990s, Wayne Perry was a nationally renowned self defense instructor who connected with Oprah Winfrey almost immediately thanks to his stand on women’s rights. Perry was famous for being sprayed with police defensive pepper spray more than 40 times for live audiences around the country as part of his innovative women’s self defense courses. Then shortly after one of his appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Perry was contracted to do a live pepper spray demo on a FOX television news affiliate in Albany, New York. Perry had suffered from chronic cluster headaches for more than 20 years until that fateful day he got sprayed for FOX News.
“Just minutes before I was doing this live pepper spray thing, I started getting a nasty headache. It was coming on strong and I felt like I was going to pass out from the pain, but I had to go on with the demonstration. I let the reporter spray me with live cameras rolling, and in seconds my headache was gone. I was in pain, but I knew I had something big here. I was shocked,” says Perry.
Wayne Perry spent the next several years developing his formula by experimenting with various hot pepper extracts. He spent countless hours researching and experimenting with exotic peppers, and then one day Perry discovered a secret formula that could not be duplicated.
“When I finally discovered I could make my own pepper extracts, that’s when it all took off. I found that by mixing capsaicin with my own natural pepper extract, the formula could fight headaches, sinus congestion and allergy symptoms instantly. The key was realizing that pharmaceutically refined capsaicin and any refined form of hot peppers for that matter, was lacking other important Capsicanoids found only in the natural seeds and juices of the fresh hot peppers. Early on, I tried sniffing everything I could with pharmaceutical Capsaicin in it, but although they helped marginally…..nothing really worked. The secret turned out to be in the actual pepper extracts made the natural way. That’s why other pepper nasal sprays don’t work the way Sinus Buster does. We’ve discovered a secret extract made by combining several varieties of exotic peppers….each with different natural Capsicanoids that attack headaches, sinus, and allergy symptoms like nothing else ever could. Just like Maker’s Mark Whiskey or good ole Coca Cola, Sinus Buster is a trade secret and cannot be duplicated,” proclaims Perry.
Sinus Buster is being sold in more than 1,000 stores throughout North America, and the company already has two clinical trials behind them showing Sinus Buster to be a true medical marvel. Sinus Buster was recently named “The Most Innovative Nutraceutical Product of 2005” by the “world renowned” Immunity Institute of Helsinki, and according to SiCap officials, any imitators are just that – imitators.
“We had lots of sharks swimming around early on. They were all trying to get a piece of Sinus Buster, but they didn’t care about quality or the people using our products. All they wanted was money, so we refused to do business with them. Now there’s a few greed mongers trying to replicate our formula, but all they have is an inferior imitation capsaicin spray. We have an secret old world recipe that cannot be duplicated. You feel the difference as soon as you try Sinus Buster. It’s the real deal and it cannot be replicated. Smaller batches and completely fresh peppers are necessary to make the final product work, and that’s why Sinus Buster is so great. We are the real thing just like Coke Classic. Sinus Buster will never be some cookie cutter inferior product,” adds Perry.
Sicap officials also point out that the soon to be released pepper nasal sprays do not have the same pepper bite as Sinus Butser.
"The pharmaceutical companies believe in marketing and money...not effectiveness. They think more people will buy a spray that supposedly doesn't burn, but for hot peppers to work against headaches, sinus and allergy symptoms, it must burn somewhat. Without that bite, you cannot have total relief. With Sinus Butser, the more you use it the less you need, but with the pharmaceutical versions, they want you to get only marginal relief so you have to keep coming back for more," adds Perry.
To find out more about Sinus buster hot pepper nasal spray, visit the company website at http://www.sinusbuster.com. Samples and information kits are available for qualified medical and media personnel upon request.