Sinus Genie is the best thing that ever happened to me as far as I'm concerned, and now I'm also using Sinus Buster hot pepper nasal spray to keep my sinuses clear in between nasal rinses
Albany, NY (PRWEB) December 3, 2007
The new issue of FIRST magazine features the story of a working mother who credits hot pepper nasal rinsing with changing her life. Barbara Wells is a mother of four who found herself floating from doctor to doctor in hopes of curing her chronic fatigue symptoms. While several physicians wrongly diagnosed her with "Busy Mom Syndrome" (another term for exhaustion), Barbara was determined to find the true cause of her ailment.
"I knew it wasn't simply exhaustion. I was once a an avid runner, and now I could barely walk up a hill without losing my breath. At first I chalked it up to weather changes and germs, but my condition grew worse and so did my breathing. Finally I went to a specialist who told me the whole thing was sinus related. I was shocked, but I also knew he was right. The doctor advised me to try nasal rinsing with warm salt water."
Barbara began using a Neti Pot, a simple nasal rinse applicator that allows the user to flush the sinus cavities from one nasal passage to another using a warm salt water solution. The practice of nasal rinsing has been around for thousands of years, but a recent feature on the Oprah Winfrey Show has propelled neti pots into a hot consumer item.
"The results were immediate, but I was still under the weather. That's when my doctor suggested a new product made with hot pepper extract. It's called Sinus Genie, a nasal rinse additive that uses hot pepper extract to relieve sinus symptoms. The first time I used Sinus Genie nasal rinse I got my energy back right away and I could breath like never before," says Wells.
Thanks to Sinus Genie, Barbara is back to her old self running everyday and managing her four kids, three dogs and a part time job. Barbara has also begun using Sinus Genie's new herbal infused nasal rinse salts along with the hot pepper additive. She's lost ten pounds and feels better than ever, and she credits Sinus Genie for her recovery.
The active ingredient in Sinus Genie is Capsaicin, a natural chemical that dictates the heat of hot peppers. Unlike chemical based intranasal drugs, Capsaicin relieves chronic sinus congestion in seconds with no rebound effects or potential addiction issues.
"Sinus Genie is the best thing that ever happened to me as far as I'm concerned, and now I'm also using Sinus Buster hot pepper nasal spray to keep my sinuses clear in between nasal rinses," adds Wells.
Sinus Genie and Sinus Buster brand capsaicin products are made by Sicap Industries which stands for "The science of capsaicin". Sicap launched the world's first capsaicin pepper nasal spray in 2003 with their original Sinus Buster formula. Within months Sinus Buster became a big hit with consumers, and today it's sold in thousands of retailers nationwide. With the introduction of Sinus Genie capsaicin nasal rinse, SiCap Industries continues to be the world's foremost leader of capsaicin health technology in the sinus, allergy and headache categories.
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