Feeling Sick Kit

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Feeling sick is a common side effect of many chemotherapy treatments, both during your appointments and for some weeks afterwards.

So we've put together the ultimate nausea-fighting toolkit - small enough to fit in your bag, with 3 different natural solutions to help you stop feeling sick.

The Feeling Sick Kit contains: 

  • Sugar Free Queasy Drops: tasty sugarless anti-nausea sweets in 5 fruity flavours
  • Gin Gins Ginger Chews: spicy natural chews with the anti-sickness effect of ginger
  • Sure Travel Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands (2 Pack): A non-drug alternative for nausea relief, applied through natural and gentle acupressure.

 

The Feeling Sick Kit in detail:

 

Queasy Drops are specially designed by health professionals as a natural way to stop feeling sick. In five fruity flavours, Queasy Drops are a handy, sugar-free way to stop that sick feeling, and can help reduce any weird taste side effects you're experiencing, too. 

Gin Gins Ginger Chews help you stop feeling sick with the natural anti-nausea effects of ginger. Made with natural ingredients and a spicy flavour, they're perfect for chewing during chemo appointments - or drop a few pieces into hot water for a naturally warming, anti-sickness tea.

Sure Travel Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands work by applying pressure on the 'Nei Kuan' acupressure point on each wrist, by means of a small plastic stud. These anti-nausea wrist-bands are discreet enough to wear under sleeves and provide a drug-free alternative for nausea relief.

Queasy Drops: Brown rice syrup, evaporated cane juice, citric acid, natural flavors (made with essential oils) & natural colors.  Sugar Free. Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts.

Ginger Gins Chews: Ginger (8%), cane sugar, tapioca starch.

 

Sure Travel Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands: For maximum effect always wear one band on each wrist.

Position carefully with button facing inwards and check for a close and comfortable fit without restricting blood flow.

Follow the diagram on the packaging to locate the P6 or Nei-Kuan acupressure point on the wrist and position the button between the two central tendons. When the first three fingers are placed on the wrist, immediately above the hand, the correct point should be under the index finger, correct positioning over the acupressure point is essential.

Queasy Drops: For oral consumption only. Allow to dissolve in the mouth. Do not chew.

Gin Gins Ginger Chews: Eat when desired or add a few pieces to hot water to make a pleasant drink.

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