Scientists may have a positive and potential effect in reduced risk and treatment of Non-Allergic Rhinitis, according to some studies.
Nonallergic rhinitis is a condition with symptoms resembles allergy induced rhinitis but without a known cause. However, some researchers suggested that environmental pollutants or odors, certain foods or beverages,,,,,,, and changes in the weather can trigger symptoms of the condition.
Some medications and underlying chronic health problems are associated with an increased risk of nonallergic rhinitis,
Most common symptoms are persistent sneezing, congestion, or a runny nose.
Chronic forms of rhinitis occurred in the absence of any detectable specific IgE against relevant allergens. In its broadest sense can be called chronic nonallergic rhinitis(1).
Long-term intake of medicine used for the treatment of nonallergic rhinitis such as nasal sprays containing an antihistamine may reduce symptoms of nonallergic rhinitis but can facilitate side effects of drowsiness or sleepiness, dizziness, dry mouth, nose, or throat,,,, increased appetite, weight gain, and upset stomach
Cayenne is also known as Cayenne Pepper, a red, hot chili pepper, belongings to Capsicum annuum, the family Solanaceae, native to sub-tropical and tropical regions.
The herb has been used in traditional medicine to increases metabolism, enhance circulatory system and stomach and the intestinal tract, adjust blood pressure, lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, treat frostbite, muscles, arthritis, rheumatism, low back pain, strains, sprains, bruises, and neuralgia, etc.
The chemical constituents of Cayenne include capsaicin, capsacutin oil, solaine, xanthenes, oleic acid,.... and palmitic acid.
ICX72 or Sinus Buster, a proprietary homeopathic preparation of Capsicum annum, in the study of 42 consented subjects meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria randomized to ICX72 (n = 20) or control (n = 22) administered twice daily over 2 weeks, exhibited significant differences in changes from baseline and improvement in nasal congestion, sinus pain, sinus pressure, and headache, at 5, 10, 15, and 30 minutes, persisting at 60 minutes for nasal congestion and sinus pain inpatients with Nonallergic rhinitis(2).
* Group B received the placebo dummy five times on the first day followed by capsaicin once every second or third day for a total of five treatments 2 weeks after the placebo application.
However, large example size and multi-center clinical trials are necessary to reconfirm capsaicin anti nonallergic rhinitis validity.
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Some articles have been used as references in medical research, such as international journal Pharma and Bioscience, ISSN 0975-6299.
(1) Nonallergic rhinitis by Lieberman P1, Pattanaik D.(PubMed)
(2) A randomized, double-blind, parallel trial comparing capsaicin nasalspray with placebo in subjects with a significant component of nonallergicrhinitis by Bernstein JA1, Davis BP, Picard JK, Cooper JP, Zheng S, Levin LS.(PubMed)
(3) Intranasal capsaicin reduces nasal hyperreactivity in idiopathic rhinitis: a double-blind randomized application regimen study by Van Rijswijk JB1, Boeke EL, Keizer JM, Mulder PG, Blom HM, Fokkens WJ.(PubMed)