B-Natal Green Apple Flavored Lozenges
- Soothing therapy in the form of a sour apple flavored lozenge containing vitamin B6 and sugar, ingredients found to soothe morning sickness.
- Vitamin B6 has been prescribed by doctors for morning sickness since the 1940s.
- Vitamin B6 is the best tested vitamin based therapy for morning sickness
What is B-natal ™?
B-natal ™ is a soothing therapy in the form of a sour apple flavored lozenge containing vitamin B6 and sugar, ingredients found to soothe morning sickness.
What is vitamin B6?
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is an extemely important vitamin involved in the formation of body proteins and structural compounds, chemical transmitters, red blood cells and prostiglandins. Vitamin B6 is also critical in maintaining hormonal balance.
Why do I need vitamin B6?
Vitamin B6 plays a vital role in the multiplication of all cells and is therefore of critical importance to a healthy pregnancy. It is vital to your fetus’ developing brain and nervous system. Vitamin B6 has also been used since the 1940s to ease morning sickness. Studies suggest that the vitamin may relieve nausea for some women during pregnancy, though no one knows for sure how it works.
Research shows that 75 mg of B6 can make a significant difference in your morningsickness symptoms. Each B-Natal lozenge contains 25 mg of B6. You may have to take 3 lozenges a day in order to see the type of results as shown below.
How many B-natal ™ Lozenges can I have per day?
Take one B-Natal Lozenge as needed for morning sickness. Additional B-Natals can be taken at 8 hour intervals not to exceed 3 B-Natals in a 24 hour period.
Can I use B-natal ™ throughout my pregnancy?
Yes, as long as your doctor says it’s okay.
How fast will I get relief from TheraPops ™?
That depends on the person. Some women will feel relief immediately, while others may need to use them a few times.
Morning sickness is a universally experienced aspect of pregnancy, having no historical or cultural bounds.
- At least 66-80% of women experience some nausea, and 50% emesis (severe nausea and vomiting) in the first trimester.
- Nausea and vomiting typically lasts 35 days.
- 80% of women have nausea that lasts all day.
- Nausea and vomiting typically begin during the 4th to 8th week of gestation and last through the 14th to the 16th week.
- 50% of women feel relief by the 14th week and 90% by week 22.
- Incidence of nausea and vomiting tends to be inversely associated with the woman’s age.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.
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