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Morning Sickness Vitamin B6 Bon Bons

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Our melt in the mouth bon-bons is specially formulated with natural peppermint oil and enriched with vitamin B6 offering a refreshing relief for morning sickness.

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    Our delectable vegan certified bon-bons are specially formulated with 100% natural peppermint oil and vitamin B6, offering relief for your sickness and a much-needed energy boost on those queasy days. 

    These mini drops of joy are hand crafted the traditional way, a method that has not changed for nearly 100 years. Hand blended in giant copper pans, poured and left to set.... a meticulous process seriously made with care.

     

    What does the NHS say about peppermint oil for nausea?

    Natural peppermint oil is endorsed by the NHS as a herbal remedy that can help relieve the symptoms of Morning Sickness. Studies have also shown vitamin B6 to be effective at reducing symptoms. Some research has suggested that women who have severe morning sickness have lower levels of vitamin B6 in their blood. Vitamin B6 is an important nutrient, as it helps us to use and store energy from foods.

  • Pregnancy is a series of magical moments; don’t let morning sickness ruin it! 

    Our unique, all-natural bonbons have been meticulously formulated to give expecting mothers the support required at the dreaded moment when nausea hits.


    What is Morning Sickness?

    Morning sickness is known for its horrendous symptoms of nausea and vomiting, although a real nuisance it actually affects around 80% of women and is caused not by the baby but by hormones produced by the placenta. These hormones are responsible for keeping your pregnancy going, some may say that this is a good sign!

    Typically the symptoms start around the 4th week and usually stopping around 12th-14th weeks, but for some women it can extend longer. If the vomiting becomes really severe then you may be suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which leads to dehydration and requires medical attention.

    Benefits of Vitamin B6 for nausea

    - Vital to your baby's developing brain and nervous system

    - Vitamin B6 also helps your baby metabolise protein and carbohydrates.

    - Research shows that extra vitamin B6 may relieve nausea or vomiting for some women during pregnancy, though no one is exactly sure why. 

    - Vitamin B6 also helps your body metabolize protein and carbohydrates and helps form new red blood cells, antibodies, and neurotransmitters.

    Benefits of Peppermint oil for nausea

    In traditional herbalism, practitioners may use peppermint to: prevent or reduce vomiting

    Peppermint oil comes from the peppermint plant, which is a hybrid of spearmint and watermint. People have used peppermint oil for centuries to treat a range of illnesses, including digestive conditions

  • White sugar, Glucose Syrup, Peppermint Oil, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 130g


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  • Our Herbalist recommends consuming when you feel a little peaky. Do not consume more than 16 bon bons per day. Long-term use of B6 is inadvisable.

  • The first trimester can be a difficult period with most women experiencing symptoms of morning sickness. It’s important to maintain self-care during this time for you and your baby’s health.

     

    Eat small and frequent 

    By eating smaller portions more regularly you avoid either being too hungry or too full both can worsen feelings of nausea.

    Drink lots of fluids 

    Your fluid level will be low due to symptoms of vomiting, it’s so important to maintain healthy fluid levels so your body can function properly. Water may be hard to drink and cause some people to feel more nauseous, try sports drinks or cordial if this is the case. 

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Pregnancy is a series of magical moments; don’t let morning sickness ruin it! 

Our unique, all-natural bonbons have been meticulously formulated to give expecting mothers the support required at the dreaded moment when nausea hits.


What is Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness is known for its horrendous symptoms of nausea and vomiting, although a real nuisance it actually affects around 80% of women and is caused not by the baby but by hormones produced by the placenta. These hormones are responsible for keeping your pregnancy going, some may say that this is a good sign!

Typically the symptoms start around the 4th week and usually stopping around 12th-14th weeks, but for some women it can extend longer. If the vomiting becomes really severe then you may be suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which leads to dehydration and requires medical attention.

Benefits of Vitamin B6 for nausea

- Vital to your baby's developing brain and nervous system

- Vitamin B6 also helps your baby metabolise protein and carbohydrates.

- Research shows that extra vitamin B6 may relieve nausea or vomiting for some women during pregnancy, though no one is exactly sure why. 

- Vitamin B6 also helps your body metabolize protein and carbohydrates and helps form new red blood cells, antibodies, and neurotransmitters.

Benefits of Peppermint oil for nausea

In traditional herbalism, practitioners may use peppermint to: prevent or reduce vomiting

Peppermint oil comes from the peppermint plant, which is a hybrid of spearmint and watermint. People have used peppermint oil for centuries to treat a range of illnesses, including digestive conditions

White sugar, Glucose Syrup, Peppermint Oil, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 130g


Free From:

No Added:

Contains: 

Our Herbalist recommends consuming when you feel a little peaky. Do not consume more than 16 bon bons per day. Long-term use of B6 is inadvisable.

The first trimester can be a difficult period with most women experiencing symptoms of morning sickness. It’s important to maintain self-care during this time for you and your baby’s health.

 

Eat small and frequent 

By eating smaller portions more regularly you avoid either being too hungry or too full both can worsen feelings of nausea.

Drink lots of fluids 

Your fluid level will be low due to symptoms of vomiting, it’s so important to maintain healthy fluid levels so your body can function properly. Water may be hard to drink and cause some people to feel more nauseous, try sports drinks or cordial if this is the case. 

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