Whether you’re traveling by car or plane, some people are more prone to feel nausea caused by motion sickness. My son is one of them and when he doesn't feel well, none of us do! LOL.
And when you're feeling sick, you would do almost anything to get rid of that feeling.
Oils to the rescue! That's right, there are specific essential oils for nausea that you can use in these unexpected moments.
This beautiful oil has specific chemical components that are capable of reducing occasional nausea. * Keep it in your travel bag where it can be accessed easily. When the feeling starts, just add one to two drops of Ginger to your water or soda water and drink to help ease your discomfort.*
Peppermint or Spearmint
I love the mints to help alleviate upset stomach issues.* During road trips, a veggie capsule with 2 drops of peppermint or spearmint can really help.* A great option is to keep Peppermint Beadlets with you, they are very portable! Just swallow one to two beadlets to help with the occasional stomach upset.*
Spearmint is a great option to use with your kids that may also suffer from motion sickness since Peppermint tends to be too strong for my kids.
The DigestZen Line
For some people, just thinking about getting on a boat or a long car ride makes them feel ill. To fight the queasy feeling, use DigestZen essential oil blend.* Take 2 drops in a veggie cap before you leave to combat those queasy feelings so you can enjoy your trip!
It's not just an oil blend though! The oil comes in ready made softgels, that you can keep in your purse, backpack or travel bag. It's much less messy and easy to take when you need it. here are also several ways to take this proprietary digestive blend.
Your third option is DigestTab, a chewable tablet that maintains stomach acid balance with calcium carbonate. It includes the essential oils Ginger, Fennel, and Coriander to ease stomach discomfort, including motion sickness and occasional indigestion.*
Other Ways to Use Oils for Nausea
You can also inhale these oils to help with calm feelings. You can apply the above oils topically as well, anytime you feel nauseous or before events where you know you might feel nausea. Try applying these oils topically and inhale their soothing scents to get the best benefit.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.