Nausea Relief No. 44

Formulated to alleviate stomach upset resulting from post-op conditions, pregnancy and chemotherapy
+ Ginger oil
+ cardamom
+ spearmint
+ fennel

About the Formula

Ginger oil, shown in clinical studies to decrease nausea, is skillfully combined with scientifically-recognized essences of cardamom, spearmint and fennel to help calm queasiness. It is especially loved by midwives, nurses, mothers and moms-to-be for its ability to quell morning sickness, motion sickness, PONV and the side effects of chemotherapy.

Like all Ascents® formulas, Nausea Relief No. 44 contains only 100% pure essential oils -- all tested to be allergen free -- resulting in a balanced, effective, aromatherapeutic blend.

The Science

The active ingredients in Nausea Relief No. 44 have been studied in clinical environments as potential treatments for PONV (postoperative nausea and vomiting), as well as other similar medical conditions. Ginger in particular is thought to work due to the effect of the organic compounds that comprise the oil -- such as gingerols -- on human physiology.

It is believed that, when inhaled, these compounds may inhibit serotonin receptors, thereby exerting antiemetic effects on the gastrointestinal and central nervous systems. This makes Nausea Relief No. 44 an ideal choice for those who wish to mitigate stomach upset or queasiness.

Ascents essential oils are naturally extracted from plants’ stems, leaves and flowers via gentle steam distillation*, leaving the delicate, active compounds found in all essential oils intact and able to consistently produce the desired therapeutic outcomes.

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One of the children here had a major surgery. She had an undiagnosed syndrome and the doctors were afraid to use most types of medicine with her. Her biggest problem post–op was nausea, so I was allowed to use the [ascents Nausea Relief No. 44] oil packet with her. She said it was the only thing that worked. Hurray!

I am also working with a young boy who is getting a bone marrow transplant for his cancer treatment. He LOVES LOVES the nausea packet. In fact he will not let it go and holds onto all day for dear life.

Marian McEvilly
RN, Children's National Medical Center

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