Natural Nausea Relief A Priority for Many Pregnant Women

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Reed’s Rx provides natural safe relief for morning sickness with no side effects.

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I had a lot of nausea and I wasn’t eating. Reed’s Rx ginger remedy handled the nausea, lifted my mood and gave me just the right amount of energy. And best of all I knew it was safe for my baby.”

Reed's, Inc., maker of the top-selling sodas in natural food stores nationwide, recently launched Reed’s Rx, a completely natural and safe nausea relief remedy now available in the stomach aisle at CVS pharmacies across the US. The product is ideal for pregnant women who suffer from nausea and have concerns about treatment options that might have harmful side effects.

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Although no definitive studies have been done on how many pregnant women suffer from morning sickness, Mom websites and social networks are filled with posts about the problems associated with nausea in pregnancy. Some statistics suggest that 60 percent of the 6 million women who get pregnant each year in the US suffer from morning sickness and BabyCenter.com reports that it could be as high as 75%.

One natural nausea relief remedy that has been used successfully for centuries is ginger. A recent study in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that ginger may reduce vomiting in 63 percent of pregnant women, without the side effects associated with prescription anti-nausea drugs and it has no negative effect on the pregnancy. Consumer Reports rates ginger as their number one choice for nausea relief.

“I was very happy when I found out I was pregnant,” says Kei Ogawa, who had her first baby at age 37. “I was a bit concerned because I’m older than most moms. I had a lot of nausea and I wasn’t eating. Reed’s Rx was the perfect solution. It handled the nausea, lifted my mood and gave me just the right amount of energy. And best of all I knew it was safe for my baby.”

Kei is not alone in her concerns - a quick scan of websites where women talk about their pregnancies shows that women of all ages experience nausea while pregnant and many of them talk about the possible side effects of anti-nausea medication.

“Reed’s Rx has all the natural ingredients in our ginger brews with the added benefit of Vitamin B6, which has well-known nausea relief capabilities,” says Chris Reed, CEO of Reed’s Inc. “We’ve had feedback for years about how our ginger products help nausea and Rx is the result of our research into natural, effective remedies that are completely safe for the mother and the baby.”

For more information about Reed’s Rx and the CVS coupon visit http://www.reedsinc.com/reeds-rx

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