Why Stomach Settle Nausea Relief Drops?
- Helps relieve occasional nausea, motion sickness, gas, bloating and other digestive upset*
- Formulated with the top natural remedies – ginger, spearmint, lemon, plus vitamin B6 – to help soothe your upset stomach*
- Micronized herbs designed for fast absorption*
- Naturally sourced herbal ingredients, non GMO, drug-free and gluten-free
- No artificial colors or flavors
- Great tasting mild lemon-ginger-honey flavor
- Individually wrapped drops
Everyone’s body is unique, many of our customers report feeling relief within a short time – say, a few minutes to an hour. Hallelujah!
Start with 1 drop to soothe your symptoms and increase as needed. Do not exceed 5 drops per day.
Stomach Settle drops have a great tasting lemon-ginger-honey flavor, and a hard candy like texture. The drops work to naturally soothe nausea as they dissolve in your mouth.
Children age 14 - 17 years old may take (1) drop up to four times per day. Adults 18 and older may take up to five drops per day. So, tell your husband, your parents, or that friend of yours who is always complaining about an upset stomach.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Wondering if these are safe for someone with severe peanut and tree nut allergies?
Yes, Upspring Stomach Settle is nut free and manufactured at a nut free facility.
Why the limit of five? What specifically needs to be limited?
The limit of 5 lozenges is based on the vitamin B6. The Institute of Medicine has established an upper safe level - this means that this is not a limit or level that poses concern because a safety factor is built into this level. Stomach Settle uses this level as a guide for establishing the maximum number of lozenges to be consumed per day.
Can I take these while pregnant?
Yes, Upspring Stomach Settle can be consumed while pregnant.
Are the drops liquid or candy?
These are hard, dissolvable, individually wrapped pieces. You can suck on them like cough drops or candy, or you can even dissolve one in a cup of hot water to make a stomach soothing "tea!"