Researchers at the College developed the product, a holistic aromatherapy nasal spray, to provide migraine patients with an alternative method of treatment. The product is described as a puff of air that smells like peppermint.
It can be ordered for $5 on the College's website:
MyChi Dry Breezes Headache Control
There isn't much scientific evidence of the effectiveness of the product, but the College says that 50% of users reported relief. It also offers a refund to anyone who tries the product without success.
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