Stacy Tilton Reviews: CLOSED: Reed's RX Nausea Relief

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CLOSED: Reed's RX Nausea Relief

Do you suffer from motion sickens, or upset stomachs? Consumer Reports Recommends Ginger for Nausea: Try ginger first – it has the most supporting evidence. Occasional use of up to 250 milligrams four times a day is considered safe for most people, including women who might be pregnant.  

Each can of Reed's Rx Nausea Relief contains real honey, 12 grams of fresh ginger, and lemon. It also has 10mg of Vitamin B6. Why does this work? Ginger has a long history of settling stomaches and Vitamin B6 has anti-nausea properties.

I actually haven't had any upset stomachs since I received Reed's RX for my review, but my daughter did.  I opened the can and first took a sip myself just to see what it tasted like.  It was a little on the sweet side which surprised me, I was expecting something more ginger or spice flavored.  I gave the rest to my daughter for her tummy ache.  To my surprise she didn't complain again after drinking the Reed's about her tummy aching. I personally suffer from motion sickness when riding on long trips in the back of a car. And both of my kids sometimes suffer from the same if they eat and the ride on long trips. So I know I'll be keeping some cans handy for our next trip.  We usually take Dramamine, but it will be nice to try something more natural.

Reed’s Rx Relieves:
• Motion Sickness
• Morning Sickness
• Upset Stomachs
With Real Honey, Ginger & Lemon
12 grams Fresh Ginger & 10mg Vitamin B6 per Can
More Effective than Dramamine in Medical Tests

Great for Motion Sickness
Whoever said getting there is half the fun wasn’t a motion-sickness sufferer. Getting motion sick is most common in children and family vacations, or even day trips, is no fun at all for someone who gets motion sick. Avoid the side effects of medication and try Reeds’ Rx Nausea Remedy. Ginger is the #1 recommendation of Consumer Reports and it is 100 percent safe for children.

Buy it: Find REED’S Rx Nausea Relief in the Stomach Aisle at CVS Pharmacy.

Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner (pjames330) you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a 12 Pack of Reed's RX Nausea Relief. This giveaway will end Feb 27th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own.


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  4. Thanks for a chance to win this wonderful giveaway! I've had Reed's extra spicy Ginger Ale, but this product seems perfect for my needs!
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