Sea-Band Nausea Relief Ginger Capsules
- Alleviates feelings of nausea from travel or motion sickness
- Suitable for children over 12 years
- Helps support healthy digestive system function
- Pack of 10 travel sickness capsules
- High Potency - contains 2500mg
of ginger root which is up to
5 times higher than competitors
(1 daily capsule only)
- Gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Sea-Band Ginger Capsules for travel sickness relief
Sea-Band Ginger Capsules are the natural, non-drowsy solution for travel and motion sickness. Developed and manufactured in the UK, these easy to swallow anti-nausea capsules, are the perfect solution for long journeys by road, air and sea. Each capsule contains 2500mg of ginger root releiving feelings of sickness and vomiting associated with travel. The Sea-Band Ginger Capsules are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Active ingredient: Zingiber officinale (Ginger) extract 250mg equiv. to 2.5g dry root and 2500mg of Ginger Root.
Quick and natural nausea relief, on the go
Sea-Band Ginger Capsules are perfect for use before and during long journeys. Ginger has long been documented to help with motion sickness, aiding in healthy digestive function. Get the natural soothing and warming properties of ginger in an effective and easy to swallow capsule. With Sea-Band Ginger enjoy the journey every you travel.
Made In the UK
Sea Band Ginger travel sickness capsules have been developed through years of scientific study and are manufactured to highest possible standards within the UK. Simple, effective and reliable quality from a market leading brand you can trust.
Directions for use: adults and children over the age of 12, take 1 or 2 capsules approximately 30 minutes to one hour before travelling and swallow whole with a large glass of water while standing
- - Not recommended for pregnant women
- - Do not exceed the recommended daily dose
- - Keep out of the sight and reach of children
- - Keep in its original packaging in a dry cool
- - place below 25ºC
- - If symptoms persist see your healthcare practitioner