Dr Oz: Capsaicin Spray, Natural Cough Syrup Recipe & Pineapple Tea


Dr Oz: Natural Cold Remedies

Mary, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she lived in Canada, where they constantly got colds. Her solutions to the common cold included vitamin C and lozenges for a sore throat. Dr Oz stated that while these products may work, they do not deal with the reason for the cold, which is infection.


  1. Marie says

    Hi Dr.Oz,
    How often do I have to use the garlic on my feet?
    Also I have RA and osteoarthritis with a possible tumor
    On my spine. I am in constant pain. Any suggestions
    On what I can do. I love your show
    Marie cardillo

  2. mike says

    Hi Dr Oz ,just saw your show with Montel. In it you talked about collaidal silver spray for colds. I used collaidal silver to deal with my MS symptoms and it helped slow down the frequency of exacerbations .

  3. Anita cohee says

    Hi Dr. Oz, I get chilblains very badly on my little toes and my hands. It’s incredible painful. Is there anything I can due that would be diet related to help my issue. Is there a cream out there that would also help. We are in the ski business and I’m exposed to the cold a lot. Kind Regards, Anita

  4. Allison says

    Hi Dr Oz,

    I have been using a capsaicin nasal spray called Sinol for two years now for my sinus problems and spring allergies. I have been prone to sinus infections and for the last few years after using Sinol Nasal Spray with capsaicin my sinus infections have dissapeared. I am sure you know about this product as it is available at Rite Aid. You are the best.

  5. Cindy says

    Hi Dr Oz, I have suffered from migraines or possibly sinus headaches which generally occur during the winter months. As seen above by Allison,The New England Center for Headache recommended Sinol to me. I use the Sinol Allergy/Sinus nasal spray for my headaches as well. The capsaicin has just enough bite that it clears my head and diminishes my headaches quickly. I sometimes have to use 2 or 3 squirts depending on the severity of the pain. I am glad to see you are recommending capsaicin, it does work very well and is a great all natural remedy without all the nasty side effects from the other OTC products.


    Cindy Blanchard

  6. Lynne says

    Sinus Buster, the leading capsaicin spray is widely available at Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreens and WalMart. This brand has an important clinical trial supporting its efficacy, recently published in a leading Medical Journal. Recommended by allergists.

  7. Maureen says

    The capsaicin sprays work extremely well for allergy and sinus and thank you Dr Oz for the recommendation. I have tried both brands, Sinol and the Sinus Buster. Sinus Buster does exactly what it says “Busts your Sinuses”. Sinol is a far better product and I have been using it for sometime. I am surprized that Sinus Buster is allowed to be sold as the pain is extremely unpleasant.

  8. Lynne says

    Headache Buster was the capsaicin spray (not sinol) featured on Dr. Oz show. Don’t make the mistake of using a knockoff. Get the original!! Headache and sinus buster. There is a reason Sinus Buster is carried by major drug stores and recommended by allergists! Get the facts.

  9. Richard says

    Hi, Dr. Oz, great show you have on television. I would like to know if there is a medicine I can find for healing cracked skin on my hands, knuckles, finger joints and around my nail beds. When the winter months set in my hands and fingers start to dry, crack and bleed. These areas can also be very painful to the touch. I’ve suffered with this condition just about all of my life. Oils from vitamin E capsules is the best relief I can find for the open wounds. I put it on a band-aid then wrap it around the wound, but depending on the brand of band-aid, it will fall off fairly quick. Is my condition preventable by medicine or is this something I must plan for ahead of time when winter comes constantly applying oils or lotions. Thanks for your time. Enjoy… Richard.

  10. Robin says

    Allergy headaches, sinus headaches, sinusitis, allergies, CONGESTION…… Sinol Nasal Spray works for me!

  11. Mark says

    I’ve tried capsaicin nasal sprays and they pretty good, but I recently tried a new one called Sinus Plumber made with capsaicin and horseradish. Sinus Plumber works way better than any other nasal spray. The horseradish / pepper combo clears you out in seconds and lasts a very long time. It takes away a sinus headache instantly and my wife has started using it for her migraines. Sinus Plumber also has wintergreen and it doesn’t leave a lingering burning like the others. it leaves a fresh feeling that keeps me clear almost all day. Sinus Plumber is the best!

  12. sandi Koenig says

    It it niormal for leekage from the rectom?
    I have hemroids and I think that is why I leek?
    Do you know what I can do about this?
    Thank You

  13. says

    I take several med’s and supplements. I would like information on taking raspberry ketones and green coffee beans. Can they be taken together and with my other supplements.

  14. Barry Mason says

    The Mayo Clinic physicians advise one NOT to take colloidal silver IN ANY FORM.

  15. says

    to Richard (see Feb 11, 2012 10:43 pm

    Use “Bag Balm” available in a large pint tin box or small purse version (buy the large one!) at most drug stores. We started using it when our first child was born because I did not want all the added chemicals in diaper rash products.
    It is a simple product our great great grandparents used on their cow’s udders. Yep, you’ll appreciate it.

  16. says

    As a doctor who treats sinus and nasal conditions daily I find the use of nasal capsaicin extraordinarily helpful in relieving symptoms. Sinol Nasal Spray is handed out frequently and a clinically proven remedy. In my experience the use of a dilute solution of capsaicin used as a nasal spray is more effective than any nasal spray preparations, prescription or non-prescription, on the market. The success of capsaicin is not surprising since it blocks the nerve in the nose that is responsible for the troublesome symptoms of nasal and sinus disease.

  17. Dr. Johnathon Carenza says

    I’ve been recommending capsaicin based nasal sprays for several years, but have recently found a much more effective product using a combination of capsaicin, horseradish and wintergreen. Sinus Plumber appears to relieve congestion for a much longer period of time than traditional plain pepper nasal sprays and the wintergreen prevents and relieves headache symptoms thanks to a natural compound used to make OTC aspirin. So far, I’ve tried 4 brands of capsaicin nasal sprays and although they all work somewhat, Sinus Plumber has hit the mark with the best all around formula. I also like the fact that it’s the only nasal spray of its kind that comes in a glass bottle since I do worry about studied that show plastic nasal spray bottles are potentially dangerous due to chemical leaching.

  18. Barbara says

    I saw the capsaicin spray on the Dr Oz show and then last weekend in “First for Women” magazine” page 40 if you want to read the article.I have allergies followed by fatigue just like the article states. I started using Sinol Nasal Spray about 5 days ago and it has changed my life. I wanted anyone else out there who suffers similar symptoms to read the article and try the product, it is truly amazing.


  19. Janice B. says

    I tried sinol and sinus buster over the past couple years. Sinus buster was much more effective than sinol, but sinus plumber is the best. I found sinus plumber after seeing one of the company’s other products on Dr. Oz. They are known as Greensations and they make that wonderful cellulite butter that Dr. Oz raved about. I saw sinus plumber at the greensations website when i was buying cellulite butter. I didn’t know there were any other pepper nasal sprays out there until i saw it. Then i saw that it has horseradish too and I was sold. From the second I tried it, I could tell it worked way better than other capsaicin nasal sprays. It has horseradish and wintergreen and it clears me for a long time. It works so well i am amazed. I had to spray sinol and sinus buster all day to stay clear, but sinus plumber keeps me clear for hours.

  20. Martha Stewart says

    The two formulas in question are very different. Sinol is a smoother easier product to use, maybe its the eucalyptus. The Sinus Buster was not made properly and burns too much.

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