A cool chill is in the air and the holidays are in full swing. Everywhere you turn you are dazzled by bright lights, holiday parties, and food!
Lots of amazing and deliciously, rich food! Did we mention food? Every year you say to yourself, “I won’t overeat” or “I’ll only have a few bites” and every year you see your grandmother’s homemade pie and all bets are off.
Let’s not even mention the delicious, roasted turkey that wafts through the air along with all of its mouth-watering sides.
Well, you’re in luck this year, because there’s an easy solution to your upset stomach - UpSpring Stomach Settle drops!
These delicious, all-natural drops use the science of vitamin B6, as well as the soothing properties of honey, ginger and spearmint to calm an upset stomach quickly.
A recent double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 59 women, found 30 mg of pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) to be “an effective form of therapy for nausea and vomiting.”
This is great news for anyone who suffers from digestive issues or other stomach issues like bloating, gas, nausea or motion sickness!
In researching the root causes of nausea, we discovered clinical research that shows B6 can have a very positive impact on improving digestive issues and relieving nausea.
We’ve included vitamin B6 as well as three other natural ingredients including ginger, lemon and spearmint that are known to aide digestion and soothe your stomach.
The University of Maryland Medical Center lists alternative research on vitamin B6 for various relief and found B6 has more uses than just motion sickness or overeating. It’s usage expands to things like:
Treat chemotherapy reactions
One study suggests that vitamin B6 therapy in chemotherapy patients may reduce the occurrence of severe hand and food syndrome (HFS). It is NOT recommended to take B6 if you are receiving altretamine chemotherapy, as it may diminish its therapeutic effect.
Helps counter alcoholism
Severe alcohol consumption can lead to deficiency in vitamin B6 (as well as other nutrients).
Improves heart disease
It’s been found to decrease homocysteine levels, which are associated with higher risk for heart attack and disease.
When combined with 2500 mcg of folate (folic acid), vitamin B6 has been shown to improve symptoms of depression by increasing serotonin production. Serotonin is also known as the ‘happy’ chemical that your body makes.
As always, please consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.