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Headache Relief Review – 8 Things You Didn’t Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Overview | Formula | Pros & Cons | Warnings | Cost | Dosing | Verdict

Headache Relief is manufactured by Sinol, an American healthcare company specialized in the production and online distribution of natural nasal spray products. They claim their products have proven efficiency in severe cases and types of headaches, chronic sinus problems, sinusitis and allergies.

Headache Relief is advertised as an alternative to orally administered medication and one of the first, non-addictive nasal sprays efficient in relieving headaches. The manufacturer claims this is an all-natural ingredients product which produces fast effects by relaxing the blood vessels.

The product is designed to help people who suffer from classic migraine attacks caused by the contraction of blood vessels surrounding the eyes and forehead. The manufacturer specifies it is most effective when symptoms first occur.


1) Quick Overview

Headache Relief is a herbal and vitamin mixture. Capsaicin, the main ingredient is part of the capsaicinoids class and one of the most important compounds found in the chili pepper plant.

Capsaicin is medically used as a cream for the temporary relief of minor pains of muscles and joints associated with arthritis, backache, and strains. It is also used in the treatment of psoriasis, as an effective way to reduce itching and inflammation and regulates blood sugar levels. Several studies are currently conducted to mark out its properties to prevent type-one diabetes, kill prostate or lung cancer cells.

The manufacturing company claims that the product’s effectiveness is a matter of minutes and, due to its all natural composition, has no harmful side effects. The statement is not supported by clinical research, but is confirmed to a certain extent by the good reviews received from consumers.


2) What Are Headache Relief Ingredients?

Headache Relief contains the following ingredients: Capsaicin (active component of the pepper plant and found in most spicy foods). Other ingredients are: Aloe Vera Extract, Eucalyptus Oil, Rosemary Extract, Sea Salt, Vitamin C and Capsicum 4x

3) Does Headache Relief Work and it is Safe?

Headache Relief is an herbal product that contains aloe vera extract. This plant has a long history of use (the first records of aloe vera appeared around the 16th century BC). The plant is commonly used for its cosmetic and therapeutic properties. However, the research in this area is rather limited and inconclusive.

Despite the lack of evidence to support their claims, the cosmetic, and alternative medicine industries regularly make statements regarding the moisturizing, soothing and healing properties of aloe vera.

We need to point out that aloe vera may be affective in the treatment of wounds. According to several recent studies, aloe vera may also be useful in promoting the rates of healing.

Headache Relief has been approved for use by the FDA. It is stated that this product works by reducing the amount of pressure on the blood vessels. The company also claims that this formula can effectively lessen headaches within minutes, rather than hours.

Some of the things people have said about Headache Relief include:

I would recommend this to a friend
Stronger than other nasal sprays
Fast acting

Pros & Cons

4) Headache Relief: Pros and Cons

  • Natural ingredients (plant extracts and compounds and vitamins)
  • Good reviews received from consumers
  • 90-day refund policy


5) Headache Relief Product Warnings

  • Reviewers have reported intense burning sensation in the nostril the first seconds after administration
  • The product is not FDA approved.


6) Headache Relief Cost

Headache Relief is sold in the form of 0.5 fl oz (15 ml) bottles. According to the manufacturer, each bottle should be enough for one month of treatment. However, it is recommended for each to evaluate how much of this product he will need for a one month supply based on the severity and frequency of his headaches.


7) Headache Relief Serving Size

The product is recommended for daily usage. For powerful headaches it is advised to spray each nostril 2-3 times. Children under the age of 12 should not use the product. Pregnant or nursing women can use it only under the guidance of a healthcare professional.


8) Our Verdict on Headache Relief

Headache Relief received rather positive reviews from users. The delivery system (nasal administration) is considered to be more effective than oral administration or other administration means.

The product is claimed to be clinically tested, however the manufacturer does not provide the methodology or the results of the research conducted. The product targets people who suffer from migraines attacks, and is presented as a more effective, side-effect free alternative to classical oral medicine.

Even though it is claimed to be an all natural ingredient product it is not advised to be used by pregnant or nursing women before seeking the healthcare professional’s advice.

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Del Young

I found this product in 2010 and have suffered from headaches for a few years. I believe I get migranes but have never been diagnosed for them. At first I was apprehensive to use this product but my headaches get severe at times. I purchase Sinol from Rite Aid, they onll carry the allergy/sinus formula but was told the active ingredient is exactly the same in the headache formula by the company. This product works and often very quickly. When my headaches are really bad I sometimes have to repeat the nasal application 2-3 times in each nostril but it does knock out the pain. This is my favorite headache medication and I always keep a few bottles, one in the car and one at home.