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Ausanil nasal spray

I just got an email that looked like it came supported by Does anyone know of anyone who has tried Ansanil and gotten relief of any kind??


  1. I also got the email--interested to know why there isn't more information about this "new treatment option offering many sufferers rapid pain relief for severe headaches and migraines" on this site, especially since the email came from ""

    1. The email was a sponsored message, which is an advertisement. doesn't specifically endorse the product and I don't think any of the advocates have tried it yet. It's a homeopathic remedy that contains capsicum (pepper) and ginger. Here's the full ingredient list:

      Capsicum Annuum 3X, Zingiber Officinale 3X

      Inactive Ingredients: Aloe barbadensis gel, benzalkonium chloride, carboxymethylcellulose and microcrystalline cellulose, capsaicin, citric acid, disodium EDTA, eucalyptol, glycerol, grapefruit seed extract, phenylethylalcohol, polysorbate 80, sodium citrate


      1. Kerrie,
        I waited as long as I could but had to travel from Atlanta to Chicago last dad is failing quickly as Parkinson's has moved into fast forward and mom is in an Alzheimer's facility. Not a fun trip and was hoping for extra help.

        It burns like the dickens....but I believe it helped.

        While on a cruise early in March to the Virgin Islands we learned about Philip Stein watches. All I can say is that this watch and sleep band (very $$$$$$$$ ) has already begun to work.

        I have an appointment with a new neurologist for me, author Joshua Turknett, a fellow migraineur, in the Atlanta area. I HIGHLY recommend his book.

        The nose takes a good five minutes before the intense burning ceases...but I believe it helped.

        I have a tried and true friend who is the family, spiritual and counseling pastor from my home church in Las Vegas ...without his awesome advise during these times of increase intense chronic dying dad and disappearing mom...I was about to make myself disappear.

        Please check out josh turknett Decatur Georgia.

        I will send his link.

        Thanks for answering.


        Janet Jones
        Sent from my iPad

    2. Howdy. I just received my Ausanil from I decided to try it (just a tiny puff in case I had a bad reaction). I had a small, persistent headache, not a migraine. I read the directions and noted that one might experience a burning sensation which is only temporary. I must admit, that was a bit of an understatement. The sensation was similar to snorting a teaspoon of horseradish up the snoot. My eyes watered and my nasal passages just howled! However, it did help my headache for a few hours. I'll be interested in other folks reaction to see if the 'horseradish' nose is worth the headache relief.

      1. You cannot expect this remedy to have lasting results. Any treatment, based on generals and leaving out personal specifics, will not hold, and over time, you’ll come to the same conclusion.

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