Essential Oil Blend to STOP Nauseau and Motion Sickness

Mara Landis

Blogger, Mother, Founder of Nutmeg Aspirin, Advocate & "Guinea Pig" for feeling-getting-being-better. Mara is a NY State Safe & Healthy Foods Advisory Council Member, an Advisor to Columbia University’s Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and is currently involved in The Vitality Project at Brown University--a research study looking at the effects of Qi Gong on cancer patients post chemo and radiation as well as supporting efforts to bring mindfulness to doctors in training and the students at large. A perpetual student of all aspects of holistic living and passionate about helping others to "feel, get and be better."

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How It Works

The easiest way is to just open the bottle and breathe it in! You can place a drop into the palm of your hand, rub your hands together, then cup them over your nose and mouth and breath deeply. Alternatively, you can add 1-2 drops in a cup of warm water and sip on it. Start with 1 drop because it is very strong. Both methods work great.

What You’ll Need

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Story

I was traveling home on a packed flight and we were experiencing a very rough landing. The man across from the aisle from me began vomiting. I opened my bottle of DigestZen, which I always travel with, and reached across the aisle to hand it to him. "Sir just hold this under your nose and breathe deeply". He did. The vomiting stopped immediately and he continued to breathe deeply from the bottle until we landed safely on the ground. Once on safe ground, he could not stop thanking me and asking me what I had given him. This stuff works! I have countless stories of how it has saved me while traveling. It is one of the oils in my Digestive Support Sampler Box if you'd like to give it a try.

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Mara Landis

Blogger, Mother, Founder of Nutmeg Aspirin, Advocate & "Guinea Pig" for feeling-getting-being-better. Mara is a NY State Safe & Healthy Foods Advisory Council Member, an Advisor to Columbia University’s Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and is currently involved in The Vitality Project at Brown University--a research study looking at the effects of Qi Gong on cancer patients post chemo and radiation as well as supporting efforts to bring mindfulness to doctors in training and the students at large. A perpetual student of all aspects of holistic living and passionate about helping others to "feel, get and be better."

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