Motion Sickness Spray
Liddell's Motion Sickness Spray offers fast relief for symptoms of motion sickness. A liquid concoction of homeopathic remedies which sets to work quickly, and may alleviate feelings of nausea and vertigo. Available to you in a take-wherever, whenever easy spray bottle.
Motion Sickness Spray is all natural and has no known side effects. Effective for adults, and gentle enough for children. Try Liddell's Motion Sickness Spray for carsickness and seasickness. May be used for relief of cold sweats, dizziness, vertigo, chills, and spinning sensations due to motion and travel.
- Head Spinning
How and when should I use Motion Sickness Spray?
Use 1 or 2 sprays as needed, before activities that cause you motion sickness, as well as during acute bouts of motion sickness. Use up to 5 times a day if nescessary, but please, visit your doctor if symptoms do not get better, as this could be a sign of a serious ailment.
1 fl. oz.
|Active Ingredients||Therapeutic Effects|
|Cocculus Indicus 200c (Indian Berry)||Eases symptom of vertigo, characterized by dizziness or faintness, nausea, vomiting, and empty feeling in the stomach.|
|Nux Vomica 6x (Poison Nut)||Relieves quesiness and chills; and helps alleviate spinning sensation in the head.|
|Tabacum 6x (Tobacco)||Treats symptoms of motion sickness, characterized by nausea, headaches, cold sweats, and vomiting due to motion.|
|Petroleum 6x (Kerosene)||Treats symptoms of vertigo such as chills, heart palpitations, and nausea.|
|Bovine Liver 5x||Helps support liver function; and eases dyspepsia (breathing difficulties), nausea, and diarrhea.|
|Phosphoricum Acidum 200c (Phosphoric Acid)||Acts as a general brain tonic; relieves headache pain; and helps ease vertigo in the evening when standing or walking.|
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Relieving Nausea
- Reducing Chills
- Relieving Dizziness
- Kinetosis (Motion Sickness)