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Ultimate Morning Sickness Pregnancy Kit

If you or someone you know are suffering from morning sickness, try our best seller, five morning sickness items, a selection of natural solutions.

Find out more about our Peppermint Bon Bons, Morning Sickness TeaAcupressure WristbandsGinger Gins Bon BonsEssential Oil Nasal Inhaler Stick 

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  • Our bundle contains a five all naturalproducts to help tackle Morning sickness head on, it gives you the chance to see which natural holistic product works best for you. Our bundle includes:

    -Queasy Days Bon Bons with Vitamin B6 See More Here 

    -Queasy Days Organic Herbal Tea See More Here

    -Acupressure Wristbands See More Here

    -Ginger Gins with Vitamin B6 See More Here

    -Essential Oil Nasal Inhaler See More Here

  • QUEASY DAYS ORGANIC HERBAL TEA

    1 Tea bag per cup, pour over boiling water and leave to brew for 4-5 minutes. For the best taste, cover the cup while brewing. Our herbalist recommends drinking first thing in the morning when feeling a little peaky

    QUEASY DAYS BON BONS WITH VITAMIN B6 & Ginger Gins with Vitamin B6

    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

    Essential Oil Nasal Inhaler

    Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. Our herbalsit suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

  • QUEASY DAYS ORGANIC HERBAL TEA - 15 x Tea Bags

    Ingredients: Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%)

    Ginger Gins with Vitamin B6 - 150g Per Pack

    Ingredients: Sugar, glucose syrup (sulphites), vegetable oil (certified sustainable palm oil), natural flavouring, vitamin B6 pyridoxine hydrochloride, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin

    QUEASY DAYS BON BONS WITH VITAMIN B6 - 130g Per Pack

    Ingredients: White sugar, Glucose Syrup, Peppermint Oil, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6)

QUEASY DAYS ORGANIC HERBAL TEA

1 Tea bag per cup, pour over boiling water and leave to brew for 4-5 minutes. For the best taste, cover the cup while brewing. Our herbalist recommends drinking first thing in the morning when feeling a little peaky

QUEASY DAYS BON BONS WITH VITAMIN B6 & Ginger Gins with Vitamin B6

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

Essential Oil Nasal Inhaler

Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. Our herbalsit suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

QUEASY DAYS ORGANIC HERBAL TEA - 15 x Tea Bags

Ingredients: Peppermint (35%), Ginger root (25%), Lemon balm (15%) Chamomile (15%), Rose petal (5%), Orange peel (5%)

Ginger Gins with Vitamin B6 - 150g Per Pack

Ingredients: Sugar, glucose syrup (sulphites), vegetable oil (certified sustainable palm oil), natural flavouring, vitamin B6 pyridoxine hydrochloride, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin

QUEASY DAYS BON BONS WITH VITAMIN B6 - 130g Per Pack

Ingredients: White sugar, Glucose Syrup, Peppermint Oil, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6)


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What do the NHS Say?

Studies have 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. 

Ginger is recommended to treat nausea and vomiting in pregnancy by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE 2008)

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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.

Studies have shown vitamin B6 to be effective at reducing symptoms

Natural Peppermint
May help treat stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting. Peppermint is also very soothing
Vitamin B6
Aid nausea or vomiting for some women during pregnancy
Ginger
Incredibly beneficial for digestive issues like nausea and vomiting

Self-Care Advice

The first trimester can be a trying time with the majority of women experiencing some form of morning sickness. Taking time for self-care can help you through your fist trimester and help maintain a healthy pregnancy.

  • Have small meals, more often: Smaller portions eaten more frequently help you avoid feeling either too full or too hungry as this can aid feelings of nausea
  • Drink plenty of water: Staying hydrated is a great way to keep nausea at bay but similar to meals, taking small sips regularly is the best way not to cause any stomach upset
  • Use ginger: Full of useful nutrients, ginger calms the stomach and digestive system, which helps relieve nausea and vomiting
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