New Prostate Pepper Nasal Spray Hits Big With American Men

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While "Capsaicin", the active ingredient in hot peppers is clinically proven to kill prostate cancer tumors in a laboratory setting, this ultra-hot substance has rarely been used for prostate care. More importantly, all other prostate medicines and supplements are administered by mouth - not through intanasal application.

When you break through that blood brain barrier, it brings the medicine directly into the bloodstream and the central nervous system simultaneously, and the active ingredients in hot pepper extract are able to break this barrier upon contact. Not only does the pepper extract relieve prostate problems, but it also acts as a carrier for the other medicinal herbs used in our formula

According to Wayne Perry, inventor of the world's first hot pepper nasal spray, the secret to a healthy prostate is through the nose.

"When you break through that blood brain barrier, it brings the medicine directly into the bloodstream and the central nervous system simultaneously, and the active ingredients in hot pepper extract are able to break this barrier upon contact. Not only does the pepper extract relieve prostate problems, but it also acts as a carrier for the other medicinal herbs used in our formula," says Perry.

Wayne Perry founded SiCap Industries in 2003 with the world's first hot pepper nasal spray known as "Sinus Buster". Perry's original pepper based formula became an instant hit with consumers looking for relief of chronic sinus and headache symptoms.

Today the Sinus Buster product line includes 10 different nasal sprays each designed to alleviate a variety of chronic health conditions including: headaches; sinus; allergies; colds & flu; obesity; menstruation and now - a brand new nasal spray aimed at male prostate health.

While "Capsaicin", the active ingredient in hot peppers is clinically proven to kill prostate cancer tumors in a laboratory setting, this ultra-hot substance has rarely been used for prostate care. More importantly, all other prostate medicines and supplements are administered by mouth - not through intranasal application.

With the introduction of their latest Capsaicin remedy, Sinus Buster has created the world's first prostate nasal spray. This exclusive formula combines capsaicin pepper resins with proven herbal tinctures such as Saw Palmetto; Pygeum Africanum, Chinese Ginseng and Maitake Mushrooms.

According to Scott Latella, National Sales Manager for SiCap Industries, this new prostate formula has been their biggest hit since the original Sinus Buster.

"We can barely keep it in stock. It's been a little over a week since we launched the prostate formula and the orders are pouring in more and more everyday. We've already had re-orders from customers who love it. This nasal spray is truly a breakthrough in men's health," Latella said.

SiCap Industries plans on funding clinical trials with prostate patients throughout 2007 and 2008. The goal is to study the effects of intranasal drug delivery on the male prostate. Qualified physicians or researchers interested in participating should contact SiCap Industries directly.

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