If I didn't know better it might sound like a fraternity house hazing stunt: chili pepper extract, delivered intranasally!! Indeed, hot pepper extract is not being delivered as a prank but ideally for migraineurs to achieve pain relief and for the relief of Allergies and Sinus.
Capsaicin; 8-methyl-N-vanillyl-6-nonenamide) is an active component of chili peppers, which are plants belonging to the genus Capsicum. The side effects of using capsaicin in the nose include irritation, burning and sneezing, however there are no known long-term side effects of capsaicin use.
Sinol M will have a mild transient burn lasting 2-5 seconds. The burning sensations associated with capsaicin result from its chemical interaction with sensory neurons. It is important to understand that capsaicin does not actually cause a chemical burn, or indeed any damage to tissue at all; it causes only the sensation of one. It will never cause any redness, swelling or tissue damage. And another important fact to understand is the more it burns the more it is working!