Sinus Buster Hot Pepper Nasal Spray Recognized As Effective Migraine Headache Treatment

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Over 23 Million Americans suffer from chronic Migraine headaches. A classic migraine is characterized by extreme throbbing pain accompanied by dizziness, blurred vision and vomiting. Some migraine headaches can last for days or even weeks at a time. Although there are pharmaceutically prepared medicines designed to combat migraines, an all natural nasal spray made with Cayenne peppers, Feverfew extract and Peppermint oil is fast becoming recognized as an important migraine treatment.

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Every store we put Sinus Buster in sells out right away. Health food stores, drug stores, supermarkets and even convenience stores. Our repeat customer base is incredible and our branding has really taken off. Sinus Buster is on its way to pop culture status.

Over 23 Million Americans suffer from chronic Migraine headaches. A classic migraine is characterized by extreme throbbing pain accompanied by dizziness, blurred vision and vomiting. Some migraine headaches can last for days or even weeks at a time. Although there are pharmaceutically prepared medicines designed to combat migraines, an all natural nasal spray made with Cayenne peppers, Feverfew extract and Peppermint oil is fast becoming recognized as an important migraine treatment.

Sold under the brand name Sinus Buster, this new hot pepper migraine nasal spray has been garnering lots of media attention from medical reporters around the country. Sinus Buster was recently featured by CBS3 in Philadelphia on their popular Health Alert segment hosted by medical reporter, Stephanie Stahl.

In the report, Ms. Stahl interviewed Dr. William Young, a researcher at the Thomas Jefferson University Headache Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Young said he regularly recommends Sinus Buster to migraine patients and he agrees that Capsaicin, the active ingredient in hot peppers can be highly effective against headaches. Dr. Young also points out that Peppermint Oil, a main ingredient in Sinus Buster's headache formula has been shown to diminish pain through intranasal application.

The most recent report featuring Sinus Buster came from WCBS TV in New York City when Dr. Holly Phillips profiled Sinus Buster on the popular CBS2 newscast. In addition, Sinus Buster is about to be featured on "Healthline", a popular cable television show airing in 30 million homes on the Retirement Living Network (RLTV).

Sinus Buster is sold in thousands of stores throughout North America including chains such as Vitamin World, GNC, Price Chopper and Hannaford supermarkets. This year, Sinus Buster is launching several new products on the shelves of the biggest national drug store chains.

According to Wayne Perry, a long time headache sufferer and the inventor of Sinus Buster, his unique product is destined to become a household name.

"Every store we put Sinus Buster in sells out right away. Health food stores, drug stores, supermarkets and even convenience stores. Our repeat customer base is incredible and our branding has really taken off. Sinus Buster is on its way to pop culture status."

In only four years, Sinus Buster has gone from a one-man operation in Perry's kitchen to become one of the fastest growing nasal spray brands available over the counter. Recent sales data from several chain retailers shows Sinus Buster riding at the top of the pack. Not only is Sinus Buster the world's first hot pepper nasal spray, but it's also the first over the counter headache nasal spray to be registered with the FDA.

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