Friday, August 2, 2013

Sea-Bands + Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum Giveaway and Review

Disclaimer:  I received Sea Band products complimentary in order to evaluate them for myself. As always, my opinions are my own.

 

Be Prepared to Stop Motion Sickness in Its Tracks This Summer

You are ready to go on your vacation. Finally! The summer travel check list is all checked off and you’re ready to kick back and enjoy your special vacation. Flight, cruise ships, fishing trips, glass bottom boats, scuba diving, parasailing, car rides,.... if Sea-Bands weren't checked on your list then you better hop on over to the store because chances are that someone in your family (me, Glamamama!) will suffer from motion sickness, which could really wreck your relaxing vacation.  That nausea is just awful.  I have been susceptible to motion sickness ever since I was a little kid....I still don't read in the car and always sit in the front seat. I even used my Sea-Bands and Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum when I was pregnant! Sea-Bands are my fave travel companion though....along with Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum.  Always in my pocket, purse and travel bag. Even my hubby double checks with me before our trips to make sure I am stocked up....he doesn't want to deal with it either lol!

 

Did you know that 53 million Americans suffer from motion sickness (car sickness, air sickness, or sea sickness) and children ages 5 to 12 years old, women, and the elderly are the most susceptible. If you’re a parent, packing drug free, easy-to-wear, Sea-Band wristbands (available in adult and kids sizes) should be as critical as packing their favorite DVDs and snacks.
 

Be prepared and don’t let nausea from the journey or side effects from anti-nausea medication ruin your time at the destination.  Who wants to be overpaying for this easy to stow remedy either on the cruise ship or on the tropical vacation?  Keep Sea-Bands in your glove compartment or travel bag and you’ll be ready to combat motion sickness within 5 minutes.  Approved by the FDA, Sea-Band acupressure wristbands are the leading natural, drug-free remedy for motion sickness (car sickness, air sickness, or sea sickness). They work using the ancient Chinese art of acupressure, by applying continuous pressure to the inner wrists (P6 Neiguan pressure point) through a small plastic ball on the inside of each wristband. This stimulation causes the nervous system to release chemicals that help to trigger the body’s natural healing abilities, relieving nausea in minutes. My sister and I swear by them.
In addition to the wristbands, Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum is a great option if you’d prefer to subtly relieve your nausea without having to wear your nausea relief bands. Or, you can use the two together like I do. Pure ginger root has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years and Sea-Band has captured its natural soothing properties in a fast-acting, great-tasting chewing gum. Each piece of gum contains 25mg of ginger oil—equivalent to 8g of fresh ginger root! I find both products often at Walmart, Target, Rite-Aid, Walgreens and CVS.

Sea-Band products are available in mass market retail, supermarkets and drug stores in the U.S and Canada:
·         Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands: $11.99 (U.S), $12.99 (Canada)
·         Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum: $6.99 (U.S.)

You can also find Sea-Band on YouTube and Facebook. You can check out their website too.  I always like to follow my fave brands since you never know what savings and deals they might offer their fans. Don't forget to enter my Rafflecopter giveway to win your own supply and rest easy on your next vacation. a Rafflecopter giveaway
 

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used the ginger gum on a cruise to the caribbean recently. I had no motion sickness at all and the gum tasted delicious

Denise S. said...

My kids both got car sick on our summer vacation, so I want to use this on our next long car trip.

brynne said...

first trimester sucks! take away my nausea! :)

Anonymous said...

I use the gum on the airplane and it works great.

Katie said...

i'm going diving again soon, and i always get sick on the boat rides out to dive sites, so this wouls REALLLLY help!

Kristie said...

I will take these next time I go on a cruise. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Kathy Burton said...

We're taking the kids on a cruise and this would make the transition easier.

kmcgrew213 said...

this will help me on my beach vacation in september because i plan on going dolphin watching but am afraid i will get sick!

Vance Creve said...

I get carsick so I hope to use it when we go on our trip to Orlando.

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none said...

I am a marine biologist and it is sooo embarrassing when i get sea sick. PLEASEEE pick me to win this, I would be eternally grateful!!

Shawndra Befort said...

I think one or both of these would help me to feel better during long drives, plane rides, and at amusement parks.

Nicole Lancaster said...

I think Sea Band products will make going on a rollercoaster or boat trip more enjoyable with fear of vomiting all over.

eclairre said...

help with carsickness