Relieve Symptoms of Cold and Flu with an All-Natural Nasal Spray

Cold and flu season is in full force and many people have no doubt made a trip to the pharmacy to pickup some form of medication to help relieve the symptoms. Nasal sprays can help relieve symptoms of nasal congestion and sinus pressure that can lead to headaches. The advantage of nasal sprays is that they offer instant relief rather than having to wait 30 minutes or so for the medicine to kick in. At, we try to focus on natural treatments, so I recently tried out an all-natural nasal spray called Sinus Buster.

Sinus Buster is a homeopathic nasal spray formulated with purified capsaicin extract, which is derived from cayenne pepper. It’s 100% chemical free, which is what I really liked about the product. It’s also non-drowsy, doesn’t interact with other drugs and is non-habit forming. Being that it is made from all natural ingredients, it’s safe to take anytime you feel congested or have a headache caused by sinus pressure.

My daughter and I gave Sinus Buster a try, and it definitely worked to clear our sinuses. You can feel the pepper working its magic in your nose. There’s a slight burning sensation – not painful – for about 30 seconds or so when you first spray the medicine in each of your nostrils, and that’s how you know the medicine is doing its job.
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Anytime I find a product that relieves symptoms caused by cold and flu – or any other type of sickness for that matter – and it’s made from 100% natural ingredients, I feel that others should know about it. Injecting chemicals into your body is not something that I recommend, but all-natural treatments provide a safer and often times more effective way to treat symptoms. We need more great all-natural treatments out there – Sinus Buster is a good start!

Wayne Perry, the inventor of Sinus Buster, was featured on The Big Idea on CNBC in 2007. Here’s a video of how he took his expertise of peppery spray, which is primarily used for self defense, and turned it into a multi-million dollar idea which is now Sinus Buster.

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