Interviews, Natural Therapies, Videos

Curing Cancer Pain with Nasal Spray?
Dr. Emanuel Revici, Capsaicin, and Sinus Buster.
My Interview with Natural Survivor/Author Kelly Eidem

Here’s a video interview I did with Kelley Eidem,
natural cancer survivor and author of

The Doctor Who Cures Cancer: The Story of Dr. Emanuel Revici, MD .

Dr. Revici lived to 102!

In the interview Kelley and I discuss:

-Dr Revici’s relatively unknown work and natural cancer treatment approach
-How to determine whether your body is in an anabolic or catabolic state
-What anabolic/catabolic means and how it relates to your specific anti-cancer diet
-What types of foods relieve cancer pain naturally (14:48)
-How Kelly used what he learned from Dr. Revici to heal his own cancer naturally. (19:31)
-Kelly’s simple “Anti-Cancer Sandwich” featuring two very powerful cancer-fighting ingredients: Garlic and Habanero peppers.

At 34:38 we discuss the strange and remarkable pain relief some cancer patients are getting from an all natural homeopathic nasal spray called Sinus Buster.

I realize how bizarre this sounds, but the active ingredient in Sinus Buster is Capsaicin, which is what makes chili peppers hot.

FYI: Published clinical research on Capsaicin has shown it to be a pain reliever and to have very powerful anti-cancer effects:

-Capsaicin kills prostate cancer cells by causing apoptosis (cell suicide).

-Capsaicin inhibits prostate cancer tumor growth in mice by 80%.

-Capsaicin directly inhibits the growth of leukemic cells.

-Capsaicin triggers apoptosis in human lung cancer cells.

Those are just a few of the studies. (References at the end of this post)

So yeah, Capsaicin is pretty amazing stuff.
This is why I put cayenne powder on my giant salad and most everything I eat.

If you or anyone you know has cancer-related pain they should try Sinus Buster immediately. And please let us know what the results are!

Here’s the interview


If you’re interested in learning more about Dr. Revici’s life and work,
read The Doctor Who Cures Cancer.

More about Kelly Eidem’s research at




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Capsaicin References:

  1. ^ Mori, A; Lehmann S, O’Kelly J et al. (March 2006). “Capsaicin, a component of red peppers, inhibits the growth of androgen-independent, p53 mutant prostate cancer cells”Cancer Research(American Association for Cancer Research) 66 (6): 3222–3229.doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-05-0087PMID 16540674. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
  2. ^ American Association for Cancer Research (2006). “Pepper component hot enough to trigger suicide in prostate cancer cells”. Retrieved January 27, 2007.
  3. ^ Ito, K; Nakazato T, Yamato K et al. (February 2004). “Induction of apoptosis in leukemic cells by homovanillic acid derivative, capsaicin, through oxidative stress: implication of phosphorylation of p53 at Ser-15 residue by reactive oxygen species”Cancer Research (American Association for Cancer Research) 64 (3): 1071–1078.doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-03-1670PMID 14871840. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
  4. ^ BBC News (2007-01-09). “How spicy foods can kill cancers”. Retrieved January 9, 2007.

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  • Wayne

    My brother is having headaches and double vision problems, I called him as i listened to this, to recommend he give it a try. I personally am a big believer in Cayenne pepper, and i use it on every thing i eat. I am also a colon cancer Survivor.If my brother does try this, I will report the results. Also, I am curious to know if you think it would help with back pain and Arthritic pain? Thank you for all the valuable info.

    • Glad to hear you’re still alive DeWayne! I really have no idea if Sinus Buster will help back or arthritic pain, please report back what you find out!

  • Anouk 456

    Hi DeWayne,

    I live in the Netherlands we have patches with cayenne pepper on it for back pain. I used it once and it was so hot I had get it off my back. My back was completely red. I think that I was allergic, so yes they exist. I don’t know if there is a cream with cayenne pepper for athritic pain…

  • Lisa G

    Hi Chris!

    I just wanted to thank you for all that you do unselfishly. This interview was very informative and I’m going to buy the book; can’t wait to get it.

    Again, thank you!


  • JasonMChicago

    I like your blog. Lots of good info. Thanks for putting it out there. Information is the most important thing in recovering from health conditions.

  • Emie

    Hi chris! Sorry to ssk this, but is the book sold at amazon same as the one they are selling on their website? Its cheaper at amazon.

  • Nancy

    Hi Chris,

    I love your site!! After seeing this interview I started using Sinus Buster for my breast cancer pain. It seems to be working well for me. I bought it at Rite Aid here in L.A.
    I think It took a few hours before it really kicked in. I took a double dose right when I bought it probably 15 minutes apart. I only use it now when i feel pain, and so far so good.

    Again I love your site. Your inspiration is from the Great Healer whom I love and follow.

    His blessings be with you and your family each day,

    Nancy xx

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  • I have to say this is one of my favorite posts on any blog anywhere. Including my own ;) I refer to Dr. Kelly’s hubpage frequently and of course love your blog, Chris. Thank you both for doing what you do. You’ve made a difference in my life, no question about that!

  • Michele

    Chris, I laughed so hard when you said, “If it meant eating dirt I would, and I did!” Hilarious! That absolutely explains the commitment it takes to heal oneself, and really, it is NO BIG DEAL! So much better than what modern medicine will put you through. I’d rather go through my own trial and error than the pains of exposure to what they are willing to do to another human being. It’s inhuman really, but I know they mean well, right?!

    Best wishes to you, and thanks for all the information you share and all the hard work you put into helping others. Thanks to your guest Kelly Eidem as well, for his willingness to share. You guys awesome!