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Capsicum key to curing chronic headache and sinus problems

A man who was a long term victim of severe cluster headaches and chronic sinus congestion has discovered a simple way of curing his symptoms. He was sprayed with the capsicum spray used in self defence and found that it immediately alleviated the headache he was suffering from at the time. He then proceeded to develop an all natural nasal spray that he claims is the world's best remedy for headaches and sinus. Many patients find the prescribed medications they take to treat these conditions are not always very effective and can cause side effects such as nose bleeds. The new pepper nasal spray is also believed to be effective in relieving and preventing sinusitis and allergy related symptoms.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by About Allergies

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About: Capsicum key to curing chronic headache and sinus problems

Date: 12 November 2004

Source: About Allergies

URL: http://allergies.about.com/cs/treatment/a/blsinusb010104.htm

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