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annanaturals | Keep It Down Calming Aromatherapy Nausea Mist 4oz

annanaturals | Keep It Down Calming Aromatherapy Nausea Mist 4oz
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$ 13.00

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Fight that nausea, naturally.

Ginger, peppermint and citrus essential oils combine in a fine aromatherapy mist to help combat nausea.

Product Description

Feeling a little queasy these days? Whether from motion sickness, a stomach bug or pregnancy – nausea is no fun. Can’t stomach pops, pills or teas? Keep it Down light aromatherapy spray contains ginger to help combat nausea, plus citrus for a little energy. Spray a bit here or there, breathe deep and enjoy.

TO USE: Spray as needed in the air, on the wrists or on clothing/linens.

What I’m Made Of

Distilled water, Zingiber officinalis (Ginger Root) essential oil*, Citrus limonum (Lemon) essential oil*, Citrus aurantifolia (Lime) essential oil*, Citrus sinensis (Sweet Orange) essential oil*, Melissa officinalis (Melissa Leaf) essential oil*, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) essential oil*.
*100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil

Why I’m Great

Sometimes trying to keep anything down is an issue during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester when all the hormones are building up and your stomach is doing flip-flops. Luckily, there is a way to try to relieve nausea and queasiness without having to eat or drink anything! The therapeutic-grade essential oils in Keep it Down aromatherapy spray are 100% pure and help to calm your tummy and give you a little energy to boot. All without ever having to take a bite, or drink a sip! Plus, the scent lasts for quite a while letting you enjoy relief longer.

Did You Know?

How much the uterus expands during a pregnancy?
500 times its normal size!
How much estrogen does the placenta produce?
More than a non-pregnant woman would produce in 100 years.
How many women experience morning sickness?
75% of women report some form of morning sickness, of those 30% experience vomiting as a result.