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Morning Sickness Magic

By Claire Taylor

Pregnancy should be a time of great joy in the lives of women and couples. However, the symptoms of pregnancy, for many women, can be anything but pleasant. Research has shown that up to 85 percent of pregnant women experience early onset nausea, a condition more commonly known as morning sickness. Morning sickness can cause nausea, vomiting, and fatigue that can be severe to debilitating at its strongest.

Morning sickness is a misnomer in that it often occurs in the morning but can strike at any time of the day. During the pregnancy, it usually begins around six weeks and can last through the entire first trimester and sometimes into the second trimester.

There are a few steps that can be taken to help relieve morning sickness. Eating smaller meals throughout the day can help and a couple of plain soda crackers or toast will help. It is important to always try and keep food in the stomach. Avoid greasy, fatty, or oily foods. Sucking on hard candy can also relieve some of the queasiness.

Treating morning sickness with natural herbal supplements has been proven to be quite effective. The best treatment for morning sickness is Morning Sickness Magic. Morning Sickness Magic is light and soothing formula that has a pleasant taste and can relieve most of the problems associated with morning sickness. This supplement also contains important nutrients for both the mother and the developing baby. Morning Sickness Magic is one of the common remedies for morning sickness.

The ingredients of Morning Sickness Magic includes ginger (50mg), which has shown in studies to be an effective remedy for morning sickness symptoms like nausea and vomiting. It also contains Red raspberry leaf (20mg), which is the strongest herbal supplement for uterine health. 25mg of Vitamin B6 in each dose not only reduces nausea but also strengthens the immune systems and stabilizes mood. Lastly, 200mcg of folic acid is contained in Morning Sickness Magic because it is essential for fetal development.

Morning Sickness Magic is manufactured in an FDA regulated laboratory and all the ingredients are recognized by GRAS to be safe in the USA and Europe. Never exceed dosages and always contact a doctor if complications persist.

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Taylor, Claire "Morning Sickness Magic." Morning Sickness Magic. 4 Jul. 2010. 19 Oct 2014 <>.

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