Do you ever struggle with Nausea from Motion sickness?
Below are two natural products made to ease your nausea from
all sorts of common motion sickness.
The Sea-Bands Acupressure Wrist Bands are a drug free, natural option to treat nausea, in all cases, from traveling, morning sickness of pregnancy, chemotherapy induced nausea and more. Each box comes with a pair of bands you wear on your wrist, treating the nausea with acupressure, causing pressure to occur on the P6, the pressure point between the tendons in your wrist, helping relieve all hints of nausea. These bands have been clinically tested and work within 5minutes. They are recommended and used by hospitals and doctors around the world. They are reusable, washable and latex-free, having no expiration. They can also be used in children ages 3 and up.
Retail price of $12.99 a pair
Another remedy for the relief of nausea is the Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum. This gum also hold relief for nausea in traveling, morning sickness in pregnancy, chemotherapy induced nausea and more. It could also be paired with the Sea-Band acupressure wrist bands to produce a more effective cure in having motion sickness and nausea. The Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum holds natural soothing properties, as ginger is a medicinal herb, each piece of gum contains 25mg of ginger oil which is equivalent to 8g of fresh ginger root. The gum contains: gum base, corn syrup, natural sugar, soya lecithin, menthol, color (titanium dioxide), glazing agent, carnauba wax and natural ginger oil. It is gluten free and contains 24 pieces of gum per box. You take two pieces of gum when nausea sets and you should be nausea-free.
Retail price of $6.99 for a box of 24 pieces of gum
My husband gets simulator sickness, which is a 'condition where a person exhibits symptoms similar to motion sickness caused by playing computer/simulation/video games'. This condition makes him sad because there are a lot of games out there he wishes to play or watch, but his motion sickness kicks in overdrive and makes him feel extremely nauseous. He was very pleased to hear he would be testing these Sea-Band products, in hopes of fixing his motion sickness problem. The acupressure wrist bands are said to work within 5 minutes...and as he wore them, nothing changed. But I found out, these bands only work for motion sickness! Not his simulator sickness...soo..He still had the sick feeling...until he popped in a piece of the Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum! He didn't read the instructions, saying to take 2 pieces, so he only took one and said it still worked! Though he really didn't like the flavor..it has quite a surprising spice when you chew it! (I know because I just had to try it lol) The first bite is like a shocking sting when the flavor releases, but after that, the flavor leaves and the gum becomes really gross to chew. It's a bit like the old Juicy Fruit, that only has flavor in the first bite or two, then loses it instantly lol. But in the end, it's the sickness leaving is what matters and the gum seems to do the trick pretty well! I suppose pairing it with the bands could help it work even greater and I will test these myself when I travel!
You can find both of these Sea-Band products in most mass market retail, supermarkets and drug stores in the U.S. As well as online retailers and at http://www.sea-band.com/shop
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I was provided the above products in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.