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Sku: 1440 Homeopathy
Travelmed Relief helps the body's normal response to feelings of queasiness and nausea as a result of travel by air, land or sea.   Travelmed Relief is available in both convenient oral spray and tablet form.   It may be used by all members of the family.    Beneficial for: supporting the body's normal response to feelings of queasiness/nausea induced by...
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Description

Travelmed Relief helps the body's normal response to feelings of queasiness and nausea as a result of travel by air, land or sea.
 
Travelmed Relief is available in both convenient oral spray and tablet form.
 
It may be used by all members of the family.
 
 
Beneficial for:
  • supporting the body's normal response to feelings of queasiness/nausea induced by travel/motion sickness
Active Ingredients:
Contains:
homoeopathic potencies of
Apomorphinum,
Cocculus,
Ignatia,
Petroleum and
Tabacum
all in a 30c potency.
 

Dosage:

Use 2 sprays per dose orally just before travel repeating as necessary during the journey. Sprays may be added to a drink bottle and sipped as necessary.
 

Warnings:
  • Homeopathic remedies aim to stimulate your body to respond to symptoms being experienced.  Unlike many healthcare products, homeopathic remedies should STOP BEING TAKEN when symptoms start to improve.
  • If symptoms persist or worsen, stop taking the remedy immediately and consult your healthcare professional.

Extended Information:
Naturo Pharm Jet Lag Relief can be useful to assist the bodys normal ability to fight the effects of long distance air travel and help restore normal sleep patterns.
For queasiness resulting from travel by sea, avoid going below deck for extended periods of time. An activity that will keep you above deck and focus your mind on anything other than the swaying environment will help. Find a place on the boat where the motion is at its minimum (usually towards the middle of the vessel) and which allows your eyes to look at land or the horizon. Using the horizon as a true point of reference allows your brain to adjust to the unstable environment.
Avoid looking through binoculars for anything longer than a glance.
Refrain from reading a book, looking at a compass, doing detailed work or staring at one point.

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