New cure for migraine, the Sinus Buster,
now available in UK.
(PRWEB) Clinical studies show capsaicin
spells significant relief for chronic cluster headache sufferers when taken through
intranasal application. Capsaicin is the natural substance found in hot pepper plants from
the Capsicum family which includes the popular cayenne pepper plant. The Sinus Buster is
now available in the United Kingdom.
One particular trial involved a group of
cluster headache patients at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. The link to this
and other trials can be found at www.sinusbuster.co.uk.
After 7 days of treatments (applying capsaicin pepper extract to their nasal passages),
all the headache patients showed a significant improvement concerning both the frequency
and intensity of their headaches.
Wayne Perry, a long time headache
sufferer, discovered the power of capsaicin by accident 5 years ago. As part of his self
defence business, Perry would occasionally volunteer to be sprayed by self defence pepper
spray to help promote its effectiveness.
Shortly before he was about to be sprayed
for "live" TV, Perry got one of his terrible cluster headaches. Knowing the show
had to go on; he followed through and allowed the reporter to spray him with real
defensive pepper spray. The effects of course were horrible, but Perry immediately
realized his horrible headache had completely disappeared.
He went to work searching for a way to
bottle natural capsicum as a headache and sinus congestion reliever. After months of
research, he came up with an all natural formula that blasts away a variety of headaches
while also relieving the toughest congestion. He called it the Sinus Buster.