They say Spring comes in like a lion and on the West Coast it is definitely ROARING this year. We have had torrential rain and crazy high winds that are causing the trees to bend and crack. When you are safe and warm indoors it isn’t too bad, except for the odd power outage, but when you have to hit the road (or seas like we do) things get a bit, queasy.
To go anywhere other than our little island means a ferry journey. Some are short hops of 25 minutes, others are up to 3 and a half hours, with various stops along to way and a crossing of heavy seas. Even the most seasoned sailor can get a bit of an upset tummy when a huge Ferry is rolling in the waves, let alone our kids (especially since they HAVE to have the poutine on board)
So, to keep tummies under control and to ensure we can enjoy our time on the mainland, we bring along some gentle homeopathic remedies to help “quell the waves” so to speak.
Orange Naturals has a homeopathic remedy for Travel upset for kids that covers the full range of stomach disorders from travel sickness, to nausea with trembling, to weakness and cold sweats, to vomiting and stomach pains. Whether it’s a bad trip, bad food or simply an upside down feeling in the gut, this remedy will help quietly settle the system. You’ll be glad you had some on hand. Provides non-sedating relief for kids.
- Alleviates nausea, vomiting, and queasiness
- Soothes stomach pains, aches, cramps and discomfort
- Supportive relief for symptoms associated with motion sickness
- Liquid format is simple to administer and absorbs quickly
- No artificial flavors
- Does not cause drowsiness
- Great tasting – in a glycerin base kids will love
Of course ditching the poutine and having them nibble on a few apple slices also helps!
Whatever your travel plans may be this year, check out these tips from Orange Naturals on how to manage your health and wellness while on holiday!
Disclosure: I am part of the Orange Naturals Mom Ambassador Program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.