We’ve all been there and for all manner of reasons. The sensation of feeling nauseous is hard to describe yet you know it when it’s there – and it’s no fun.
The sensation sits there in the pit of your stomach refusing to budge. Then it rises, you feel hot and lightheaded and almost desire to vomit. Because that dreadful forcing of your stomach’s contents back though your mouth relieves the nausea. The act of vomiting gets rid of the bad food, the toxins or digestive blockage that’s responsible for the sensation.
As horrid as it is, nausea, and the often-accompanying vomiting and/or diarrhoea, tends to have a purpose. Messages get sent to the brain telling it that there’s some kind of threat. This threat might be in the form of food poisoning or a viral infection. The severity of the threat will influence the severity of the symptoms described above.
Everyday causes of nausea
The everyday causes of nausea range from simple, self-inflicted over indulgence in food and drink to psychological factors, gastrointestinal infections and food poisoning with travel sickness and pregnancy-induced morning sickness in the mix.
We should state now that persistent nausea is a different thing altogether with the potential to have serious causes such as pancreatitis, an obstruction in the small bowel, appendicitis, gall stones, hepatitis, meningitis and even a heart attack! If you experience nausea on a daily basis that doesn’t go away, isn’t relieved by any proprietary remedies (ginger, vitamin B6 etc.) and you know pregnancy isn’t in the frame – then it’s time to visit your GP.
It’s clear that if you’re experiencing nausea (and/or vomiting and diarrhoea) which you know to be due to a virus, food poisoning or gluttony then nature needs to take its course. It’s grotty and ghastly but it will pass. Possibly quite literally.
Morning sickness and travel sickness
But there’s a couple of reasons for nausea that have no particular purpose but are something of a nuisance: motion sickness and pregnancy-induced morning sickness. Though the latter is not well-named because it can hit at any time of day. Luckily there are supplements that may help you with the nasty feeling.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) has undergone extensive investigation for support in pregnancy related nausea  and motion sickness  with positive results. Studies confirmed its effectiveness and safety in doses up to 200mg/day .
Ginger, is a traditional remedy used to curb nausea. It’s a natural antiemetic that soothes the digestive tract, thanks to its active ingredient gingerol . Studies confirmed its effectiveness on nausea caused by different factors  . It’s interesting that findings show Ginger is as effective as Vitamin B6 for alleviating morning sickness . The 2013 Norwegian Mother and Child large population-based cohort study on 68,522 women found ginger safe to use during pregnancy .
Magnesium is important for lowering muscle cramping and influencing other symptoms associated with nausea, such as dizziness and headaches. 
Quercetin, a natural antihistamine , can help to calm down the vestibular system and decrease both nausea and vertigo.
We’ve combined all the above supplements into one, easy to use capsule: NAUSEASE™.
NAUSEASE™ is a unique and natural formulation of ginger, quercetin, vitamin B6 and magnesium. It provides dietary support for nausea conditions caused by morning sickness, travel sickness, or gastrointestinal infections. It’s 100 percent vegan and contains the perfect proportion of active ingredients to help you feel better.
Order Nausease™ now and get it delivered by Royal Mail, 1st Class postage in a mailbox friendly package. We’ve designed our super-fab packages to fit through your letterbox. So, no having to wait in for a parcel to arrive or having to get a neighbour to take it in.
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- Unique natural formulation of Ginger, Quercetin, Vitamin B6 and Magnesium.
- Compounds of this supplement have been extensively studied with a great results.
- Highly absorbable vegan capsules.
Take one to two capsules 1 hour prior expected nausea.
Ginger Root, Quercetin, Magnesium sulphate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate, Vegetable HPMC capsule.
Not suitable when breast feeding.
If pregnant, taking medication, or have a medical condition, please consult your Doctor before use.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage.
Discontinue use if adverse reactions occur.
Food supplements must not replace a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Keep out of sight and reach of children.
Store in a cool dry place.
Always read the label carefully.
Products on this site are offered as food supplements and are sold to enhance a balanced diet, they are not offered as a cure for any illness, disease or disability, always read the label. We advise you to complete your own research prior to purchase, if in doubt consult your medical advisor.