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Oprah Winfrey's Advice Spawns Modern Medical Breakthrough (press release)

Monday, July 03, 2006 by: NewsTarget
Tags: health news, Natural News, nutrition

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This week’s issue of the National Examiner features an article about a very unusual product found to conquer allergy symptoms. “Sinus Buster” hot pepper nasal spray is considered to be a major breakthrough in sinus, allergy and headache relief.

This “Hot” product was created by Wayne Perry, a former guest of the Oprah Winfrey Show. Perry appeared on Oprah numerous times during the mid 1990s. Most notably, he was the self-defense guru famous for attacking his female students with hidden cameras. In 1995, Oprah was the first show to air this sort of reality television featuring Perry’s self-defense workshops.

During Perry’s first appearance, the entire hour of Oprah’s show was devoted to his unique self-defense workshops. After that he appeared as a regular anti-crime / self-defense advocate. During one episode, Perry touted the benefits of using hot pepper spray for self-defense, and also taught Oprah how to use defensive pepper sprays for personal protection. After that Oprah appearance, Perry was flooded with offers to do live demonstrations around the country using “real police pepper spray”.

Then during a live demonstration on a news station in upstate New York, Perry was stricken with one of his horrible migraines. Within seconds of being sprayed, Wayne’s headache was gone, and by 1998 he invented the world’s first hot pepper nasal spray. Perry’s formula consisted of a special natural Hot Pepper extract, Eucalyptus, Vitamin C, Rosemary, Aloe, Sea Salt and purified water.

In 2002, Perry began selling Sinus Buster on eBay, and it was instant hit with online shoppers. He then launched SiCap Industries and began selling Sinus Buster in small health food stores around the country. The product was a big hit with consumers, health practitioners and the media.

Today, Sinus Buster is sold in more than 1,000 stores throughout North America with new retailers signing on every week. The product has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, First Magazine, Washington Post and in numerous television and radio news segments. The once single father who struggled to pay the bills is now riding a fast wave of success all thanks to Oprah Winfrey.

“If it wasn’t for Oprah, I’d still be struggling in my three jobs. I remember the first time I was on her show, I asked her advice about my career and she told me very bluntly. If you want to work in TV kid, you have to start back home in a small market. At the time I was an anti-crime advocate and I wanted to become a crime reporter. Thanks to Oprah I went back to Albany, New York and pushed my way into a brand new local news on a relatively new network, FOX. It was at that station, FOX 23 – I did the demonstration with the pepper spray in the late 1990s. And it all happened because of Oprah. She changed my life for sure,” says Wayne Perry, inventor of the world’s first hot pepper nasal spray.

Oprah’s advice also changed the lives of tens of thousands of people who claim Sinus Buster has been their savior. As strange as it seems, Sinus Buster is considered to be quite miraculous for (9 out of 10) people who suffer from chronic headache, sinus and allergy conditions.

Thanks to the success of Sinus Buster, SiCap Industries has also launched an entire line of natural nasal sprays made with hot peppers. Aside from their original sinus & headache formula, the company also has an allergy formula, a headache formula, and an anti-cold formula as well as a nasal spray designed for weight loss and to quit smoking.

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