B-NATAL VIT B-6 LOZENGE GREEN APPLE 28CT

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B-natal Vit B-6 Lozenge Green Apple 28ct

B-Natal Green Apple Lozenges deliver the vitamin supplement B6 to help alleviate the suffering of pregnancy morning sickness.

Why vitamin B6? The Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reviewed scientific literature and has directed physicians to use vitamin B6 (in the form of pyridoxine) in the treatment of morning sickness. In fact, meta-analysis of morning sickness treatment studies found that B6 as pyridoxine was more effective in reducing the severity of nausea than antihistamines, the prescription medication for morning sickness, Debendox, P6 acupressure, and ginger.

The recommended dose of a vitamin B6 supplement for pregnancy morning sickness is 25 mg of pyridoxine up to three times a day. Each B-Natal Lozenge delivers exactly one 25 mg dose.

Why a vitamin B6 lozenge? Because swallowing supplements as a pill or even liquid can make morning sickness sufferers run to the bathroom.

Another benefit to using the green-apple-flavored B-Natal Vitamin B6 Lozenges to combat morning sickness is that they're small, convenient and discreet—helpful at work in the early weeks before you want anyone to know you're suffering from pregnancy symptoms.

B-Natal Lozenges are recommended for mild to severe pregnancy morning sickness.

B-Natal Green Apple Lozenge Directions:

Take one B-natal as needed to relieve morning sickness. Additional B-natals may be taken in eight-hour intervals. Do not exceed more than three B-natal lozenges in one 24-hour period. Tip: If your symptoms are severe or last all day, women report positive experiences from sucking on one until the nausea passes, then putting it back in the wrapper until symptoms reappear.

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B-natal Vit B-6 Lozenge Green Apple 28ct

B-Natal Green Apple Lozenges deliver the vitamin supplement B6 to help alleviate the suffering of pregnancy morning sickness.

Why vitamin B6? The Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reviewed scientific literature and has directed physicians to use vitamin B6 (in the form of pyridoxine) in the treatment of morning sickness. In fact, meta-analysis of morning sickness treatment studies found that B6 as pyridoxine was more effective in reducing the severity of nausea than antihistamines, the prescription medication for morning sickness, Debendox, P6 acupressure, and ginger.

The recommended dose of a vitamin B6 supplement for pregnancy morning sickness is 25 mg of pyridoxine up to three times a day. Each B-Natal Lozenge delivers exactly one 25 mg dose.

Why a vitamin B6 lozenge? Because swallowing supplements as a pill or even liquid can make morning sickness sufferers run to the bathroom.

Another benefit to using the green-apple-flavored B-Natal Vitamin B6 Lozenges to combat morning sickness is that they're small, convenient and discreet—helpful at work in the early weeks before you want anyone to know you're suffering from pregnancy symptoms.

B-Natal Lozenges are recommended for mild to severe pregnancy morning sickness.

B-Natal Green Apple Lozenge Directions:

Take one B-natal as needed to relieve morning sickness. Additional B-natals may be taken in eight-hour intervals. Do not exceed more than three B-natal lozenges in one 24-hour period. Tip: If your symptoms are severe or last all day, women report positive experiences from sucking on one until the nausea passes, then putting it back in the wrapper until symptoms reappear.

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SKU: 10039872
UPC: 602359460025
Width: 4.00
Height: 3.00
Depth: 2.00
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