Ausanil nasal spray is formulated to rapidly provide relief from the pain of severe frequent headaches, including migraines, cluster headaches, and rebound headaches. Many patients experience pain relief in just a few minutes.
No Caffeine, No Zinc, Non-Drowsy and Non Habit Forming
Ausanil contains no caffeine, is non-habit forming, will not make you drowsy and can be used multiple times as needed. See our full list of ingredients.
Ausanil causes local side effects including a strong stinging sensation in the nose, sneezing and watering of the eyes. Ausanil does not cause the systemic side affects associated with many headache disorder medicines, such as stomach or liver problems and Ausanil is safe for patients with heart disease.
No Adverse Drug Interactions
Ausanil will not interact adversely with other medications and can be used alongside your current migraine or headache treatment regimen for rapid pain relief.
Ausanil does not require a prescription and is available over-the-counter at an affordable price with no requirement for insurance company approval, which means you can buy it right now.
Unlike oral medications, Ausanil nasal spray for migraines is easily administered during bouts of nausea and vomiting that often accompany severe headaches and migraine. Click here for instructions on how to use.
Embracing The Sting
Everyone using Ausanil will feel an intense sting in the nose upon use. This is normal and to be expected. The sting is related to the mechanism of action of Ausanil and it means it is working and you should feel migraine relief shortly. The sting lasts anywhere from 5-10 minutes for most patients and in some cases may last longer. The good news is that with repeated use, for many patients, the intensity of the sting becomes less with time without impacting its effectiveness.
How Ausanil Works
How to Use Ausanil Correctly