Gift from the Pepper Plant: Natural Nasal Spray
Feb 08, 2011 02:36PM
The Newtown-based Sinol USA Inc has developed a second-generation all-natural nasal spray product -Sinol-M, whose main ingredient is capsaicin derived from the pepper plant. The spray safely and effectively relieves stubborn nasal allergies, according to results of a controlled clinical study. In a clinical trial performed at the Institute for Allergy and Asthma in Washington D.C, the newly formulated product containing the mucoadhesive compound MucoAd®, significantly reduced nasal allergy symptoms, such as runny, itchy or stuffy nose and sneezing in patients with chronic allergic rhinitis (hay fever). The significance of the results was summarized by Principal Investigator Martha White, MD, “These findings have important implications for the millions of people in the U.S. who suffer from nasal allergies. Unlike the prescription nasal steroid sprays, this is an all-natural product that has now been demonstrated to provide clinical benefit and is available without a prescription.” The company reports that Sinol-M Allergy/Sinus Relief Nasal Spray and Sinol-M Headache Nasal Spray have been well received by leading Allergists, Ear, Nose and Throat specialists, Naturopaths and Chiropractors and should reach store shelves this month.
Visit SinolUSA.com or call 800.632.2824 for more information. Sinol-M is available at Rite-Aid, Target.com, Amazon.com and SinolUSA.com.