Preparing for a Great Vacation with these Natural Remedies

By Anna | Natural Health Advocate   •   3 minute read

8 Essential Summer & Travel Remedies

Summer means traveling, hiking, cycling to the beach, and sightseeing. The kids are out of school, and it’s the time of the year when we may sprain an ankle, get stuck in crowded airports, and risk soaking up too much sun too quickly. A trip can be ruined if someone get’s hurt or sick, but the good news is: There are a few essential natural remedies that help us avoid stress and discomfort and make our vacation the special time-out and adventure it ought to be.

1. Pain Relief with Arnica

We offer Arnica as liquid spray and cream so that you can use it whenever needed. It’s great for falls, sprains, bruising, sports injuries, and overexertion, making it ideal for travels that may involve sports or other activities. Also helps with jet lag and altitude sickness!

Arnica montana cream

Take it under your tongue and/or apply it externally as quickly as possible after an injury. Do not put Arnica directly on an open wound, but apply it carefully on the skin around the broken skin.

2. Cold & Cough Relief

Cold Armor, homeopathic lactose free cold & cough remedy by Anna's Remedies
Cold Armor

When traveling, it’s easy to get exposed to germs, and that means you will want to bring Cold Armor along, too. Our homeopathic remedy helps build up the immune system and fight cold symptoms before they can get you down. Make sure to take it before boarding that plane or train!

3. Allergy Escape 

homeopathic allergy remedy
Allergy Escape

Usually, vacations mean spending plenty of time outdoors, and allergies don't have to hamper the fun. Our convenient and well-tasting mouth spray and/or our small tube of Allergy Relief pellets can come with you wherever you go. Keep them close for plenty of benefits without any side effects. They reduce nasal congestion, runny nose, red eyes, itchy skin, and even swelling from insect bites.

4. Constipation Relief

homeopathic constipation remedy
Constipation Relief

Many people suffer from constipation when away from home. Constipation Relief works to keep your GI tract moisturized and helps to get your bowels moving again. Always make sure to drink plenty of fresh and filtered water, especially when traveling! Natural and gentle, it won't cause cramps or diarrhea.

5. Motion Sickness Relief

Motion Sickness Relief is a Natural homeopathic remedy  for motion and sea sickness
Motion Sickness Relief

If traveling by car, train, plane, or boat makes you or a family member feel miserable, Motion Sickness Relief works to appease nerves and stomach and makes for a much better ride and vacation.

6. Arsenicum: Single Remedy for Stomach Troubles

Ars Alb

Single remedy Ars Alb is best known for addressing stomach troubles including indigestion, diarrhea, vomiting, and food poisoning. It is a great travel companion. 

7. Cantharis: Single Remedy for Burns


Don’t let burns get in the way of your vacation. Cantharis or Can, prepared from the energy signature of Cantharis, is a single remedy that has been used for centuries to relieve skin burns including sunburn, and it can also be used for urinary tract infections. Sunlight is vitally important to our health and so is sun protection. Be safe and cover yourself!

8. Cellergy — 12 Cell Salts Combination

And because it's sometimes not possible to take along all the cell salts you want to have with you on your trip, grab a bottle of Cellergy, similar to Hyland's Bioplasma, for the road for sure. Click on the image above to read about this natural mineral combination's many benefits, all wrapped up in one little bottle. It's a must-have, and Homeopathy Store's Cellergy is lactose free!


Healthy Travel Snacks

When you want snacks for the road, but you don’t want to eat anything unhealthy, how about these? They are not filled with sugar, and won't ruin healthy habits: roasted chickpeas, dried fruit, granola, or our very own super easy and healthy chocolate cake


Please note: Product descriptions grounded in homeopathic practice. They have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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