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Knock out Nausea with Nip the Nausea! Capsules and Lozenges

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Along with lack of energy, morning sickness is the most common pregnancy ailment. According to Dr. Marjorie GreenfScreenshot 2016-03-16 at 10.42.18 AMield, ob-gyn and author of The Working Woman’s Pregnancy Book, approximately 70% of women experience nausea early in pregnancy and about 50% experience vomiting. Pregnancy Magazine suggests that when the nausea is knocking, Mamas should just “ditch work.” healthy mama Brand understands that skipping obligations is not always an option, that is why we have created Nip the Nausea!Morning Sickness Lozenges  organic, Nip the Nausea! morning sickness capsules which are an easy taste free, drug free, sugar free and gluten free option that can help mamas get on with their day. Nip the Nausea! morning sickness capsules were developed in conjunction with Dr. Jan Rydfors, the healthy mama chief medical officer and are also endorsed by the American Pregnancy Association. These capsules were developed with 250 mg organic ginger and 25 mg vitamin B6, both of which are proven to alleviate morning sickness.   An easy to swallow capsule with no taste, they are most effective when taken daily.  A true 1-2 punch!

healthy mama brand also has Nip the Nausea! Morning sickness drops so you can tell nausea to “suck it!”.  These ginger-flavored drops double as a morning sickness rival and a substitute for candy.  An easy to swallow size with no taste, these capsules are most effective when taken daily.
Both the lozenges and capsules are proven to knock out nausea. Don’t let morning sickness keep you from enjoying your day. Whether you need a daily dose or a taste of relief, Healthy Mama Brand has you covered.

We know you were thinking that this couldn’t get any better, but wait… There’s more! Use the coupon code NTN3OFF at check out and get $3.00 off Morning Sickness Drops. Stay tuned for a printable coupon to be used in-store.


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  1. Deborah

    4 months ago

    How many msg of ginger are in the drops?

    • Rachel Katz Galatt

      4 months ago

      there is 250 mg of ginger in the capsules. 4 capsules will provide 1000mg which is deemed the most effective at eliminating nausea.

  2. Lacole

    17 hours ago

    Does it help really good with hyperemesis gravidarum? I have that really bad and I don’t want it to stop me from having more children. I am looking for something that’s very effective and does what they actually advertise. Thanks in advance.

    • Rachel Katz Galatt

      7 hours ago

      Hyperemesis gravidarum can be very serious. Ginger can help, but you may need to be on more serious medication so that you are able to keep food down and stay hydrated. I want to be honest that I’m not sure if this will cure- It will likely help alleviate some of the nausea, but you should consult with your healthcare provider to ensure you are maintaining the proper nutrition.
      I hope this helps. We’re happy to send you a sample for you to trial.
      Let us know.
      Thank you.

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