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Sinus Plumber Hot Pepper Horseradish Nasal Spray Rolls Into National Distribution With Vitamin World

SCOTIA, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 01/02/13 -- Sinus Plumber natural nasal spray has moved into national distribution on the shelves of Vitamin World stores across the United States. Sinus Plumber uses the mucous busting power of horseradish and hot peppers in a natural formulation designed to relieve sinus, allergy and headache symptoms.

When GSC Products launched Sinus Plumber last October, the product was an instant hit with online retailers, natural stores and pharmacies, but the addition of Vitamin World has catapulted the niche brand into mainstream success.

"This is the first step toward turning Sinus Plumber into a national brand. We're proud of this product because it's truly unique and highly effective. There's a couple of pepper nasal sprays on the market, but none of them include horseradish and wintergreen, two natural ingredients that target inflammation and pain in ways that capsaicin alone cannot," says Wayne Perry, CEO of GSC Products and inventor of Sinus Buster, the worlds' first pepper nasal spray.

Perry sold his interest in Sinus Buster in 2008 and moved on to create 25 popular natural products under the GSC Products umbrella. While most of his brands are in the skin care and beauty categories, Perry had always dreamed of improving on his original nasal spray by adding horseradish and wintergreen. Capsaicin, the active ingredient in hot peppers, is clinically proven to relieve a variety of sinus symptoms, but Sinus Plumber is the first to combine capsaicin, horseradish and wintergreen.

Wintergreen naturally contains high amounts of methyl salicylate, the main component of aspirin that's incredibly effective against pain and inflammation. Horseradish contains high doses of glucosinolates, known for their anti-bacterial and pain fighting properties.

"Capsaicin definitely relieves congestion and pain, but the relief is short lived. When you combine pepper with horseradish and wintergreen, the results are absolutely incredible. Horseradish and wintergreen dramatically increase the speed of relief as well as the length of time the formula continues working," adds Perry.

The success of Sinus Plumber nasal spray has prompted GSC to launch a new oral spray targeting cough and cold symptoms. Sinus Plumber Cough Cold Spray contains the same ingredients as the nasal spray with the addition of Echinacea, Goldenseal, Valerian Root and Honey to help boost the immune system and relieve cold and flu symptoms.

About GSC Products:
GSC Products is known for its' proprietary natural health and beauty brands including: ThermaSkin, ThermaScalp, Acne Killer, Venomous, Youthful Trends, Turbo Snort, Turbo Sleep and Fresh Beauty Market. GSC brands have been featured by Dr. Oz, The Doctors, NY Times, Shape Magazine and more. GSC Products is a privately held corporation with facilities in Scotia, NY. More information is available at www.Greensations.com and www.SinusPlumber.com.

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