Helps reduce motion or sea sickness and jet lag symptoms*
Content: 80 pellets
Homeopathic remedy for motion sickness and jet lag. When car, air, or sea travel makes you feel sick and weak, Motion Sickness Relief helps alleviate
- nausea and vomiting,
- fatigue and weariness,
- temperature sensitivities,
- sleeplessness and anxiety.
Motion Sickness Relief naturally provides support for stomach, equilibrium, mood, and nerves. Helps you relax and enjoy your journey! This natural and holistic remedy is also recommended for jet lag symptoms and morning sickness. It is safe, non-habit forming, and side effect free!
Start with one dose the day before your trip. Continue with a few more doses while traveling.
Turn tube upside down. Twist cap to break the seal, or peel off the small portion of the label along the perforated line. Hold tube vertically and keep twisting cap to release the desired number of pellets.
Take 3-5 pellets before meals or as needed, letting pellets drop directly from the cap into your mouth. Allow pellets to completely dissolve in your mouth. Children under 12 years of age use half of the adult dose or as directed by your doctor. Take 15 minutes before or after eating and/or drinking (except water) . To preserve purity avoid touching pellets with fingers.
Active homeopathic ingredients: Arnica montana 9C, Belladonna 30C, Cocculus indicus 9C, Cystisus laburnum 7C, Petroleum 9C, Mandragora 9C, Tabacum 12C
Inactive ingredients: Sucrose/lactose
If symptoms persist or worsen or if pregnant or nursing, consult a professional healthcare provider. Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Motion sickness is an ailment experienced by those who travel particularly in planes, cars, and boats. Its main symptom is nausea, which is often accompanied by vomiting, dizziness, sweating, and anxiety. Motion sickness is also referred to as “sea sickness” since it is common among those riding in boats or ships.
The roots of motion sickness are considered to be quite complex, but most experts believe it is the result of a repetitive motion that disturbs the balance in the inner ear or the labyrinth. Typically, when motion takes place, the brain receives and processes signals from the eyes, tissues, and ear. However, when the body itself does not initiate that motion, there can be conflict among these receptors. Additionally, movement that takes place in two different directions tends to cause motion sickness.
Those who are prone to motion sickness can find relief through changing the way they experience motion. Sitting in the front seat of a car or by the window in an airplane often can help. In a boat, sitting on the deck and looking at the horizon can sometimes combat motion sickness.
Note that, if you must eat before you travel, make sure that the food you consume is very light. People who eat heavy meals or spicy foods often find that their nausea is aggravated.
Conventional medicines recommended to treat motion sickness are often antihistamines, which can help with nausea. A scopolamine skin patch is another method of treatment. The side effects of conventional motion sickness medicines include and are not limited to headaches, dry mouth, drowsiness, and dependency.
Homeopathy is very effective in helping decrease the symptoms suffered by those who experience motion sickness during travel. It is also side effect free. Part of the solution is treating the inner ear and supporting equilibrium. Motion Sickness Relief consists of seven remedies known in homeopathic practice to restore balance, combat nausea, vomiting, and stomach spasms, ease temperature sensitivities and aversions to food and drinks, and calm the nervous system. It is best to start with one dose the day before you board a plane, boat, or car and to continue with a few more doses during the journey.
In addition to homeopathic treatment, here are helpful healthy and natural tips for alleviating motion and morning sickness symptoms:
- Changing one’s position during travel
- Avoiding odors
- Avoiding rich foods and/or spicy foods
- Not reading during travel
- Drinking ginger tea
- Getting fresh air
- Drinking water