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6 ESSENTIAL HOMEOPATHIC & BOTANICAL TRAVEL COMPANIONS

Homeopathic Travel Companions

Whether you’re traveling this summer or enjoying a staycation, there are bound to be some bumps and bruises along the way. Don’t let minor injuries stop your summer fun! Stock your wellness tool kit with natural remedies designed to relieve the discomfort of pesky summer ailments.

Muscle Aches

RELIEVE MUSCLE ACHES & BRUISES

Made from arnica flowers, arnica gel or cream helps to relieve muscle soreness from overexertion, and the pain of sprains and strains. Apply to bruises to reduce swelling and discoloration from bruises. Apply this topical product as needed to unbroken skin only.

Muscle Aches

PERK UP FROM JET LAG AND FATIGUE

Invigorate your senses with a blast of refreshing aromatherapy. Lemon essential oil helps dispel mental fatigue and jet lag. It’s also an antiseptic, but should be diluted with water before being applied to the skin.

Muscle Aches

RELIEF FROM INSECT BITES

Bug off! Relieve the itchies with Apis Mellafica 30c homeopathic pellets. They help to relieve discomfort and swelling from insect bites.

Muscle Aches

HELP CUTS, SCRAPES, & BURNS HEAL FASTER

Calendula cream promotes healing of minor burns, scrapes, chafing, cuts, and sunburn. For minor burns, immediately run cool water on the burn for several minutes and dry. For cuts, scrapes and chafing, first cleanse the area with mild soap, rinse and dry. Then apply a thin layer of Calendula cream to affected area 3 times a day or as needed.

Muscle Aches

TUMMY TROUBLES

Carry Gastro-D with you to restaurants, family picnics, or the beach. Gastro-D naturally relieves occasional upset stomach and heartburn with botanicals that include licorice and mastic gum, safflower tops, slippery elm, and bismuth.

Muscle Aches

MOTION SICKNESS

Don’t rock the boat! Those that suffer from car sickness or get queasy on boats will find relief by consuming ginger about a half hour before traveling. Enjoy two to four grams of dried ginger up to three times per day.

About: 

Ann Quasarano is the director of marketing for North American Pharmacal/ D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition. In addition to her marketing work Ann also edits the wildly popular D'Adamo Nutrition Email Newsletter.

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