Morning Sickness Vitamin B6 Ginger Sweets

Morning Sickness Vitamin B6 Ginger Sweets
Morning Sickness Vitamin B6 Ginger Sweets
Morning sickness sweets

Morning Sickness Vitamin B6 Ginger Sweets

Myrtle & Maude
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Overcome Morning sickness symptoms with the help of these ‘Queasy Days Ginger Gins’ with vitamin B6. Perfect for on the move or when symptoms of nausea creep up, these ginger sweets soothe the stomach and ease first trimester sickness whilst giving you a well needed energy boost.


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This REALLY helps me manage my all-day-morning-sickness. Can highly recommend to anyone, the ginger is a bit spicy but that’s what makes it work!!

These natural ginger sweets were carefully created with mums-to-be in mind. Using the natural healing powers of ginger and vitamin B6;

- Alleviate symptoms of nausea and vomiting
- Settles the stomach
- Helps the babies brain and nervous system develop

Benefits of Vitamin B6
- Studies show that vitamin B6 helps reduce feelings of nausea during pregnancy
- Vitamin B6 encourages development of babies brain and nervous system
- Helps you and your baby metabolise proteins and carbohydrates

What does the NHS say about B6 for nausea?

Studies have shown vitamin B6 to be effective at reducing symptoms. Some research has suggested that women who have severe morning sickness have lower levels of vitamin B6 in their blood. Vitamin B6 is an important nutrient, as it helps us to use and store energy from foods.

What is Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness affects up to 80% of pregnant women and typically occurs within the first trimester of pregnancy. Symptoms include; nausea, vomiting and fatigue. These usually subside by week 16 to 20 and do not put your baby at risk. However if symptoms are extreme, seek professional medical advice as a severe form of morning sickness is hyperemesis gravidarum. This can lead to dehydration or malnutrition.

What does the NHS say about ginger for morning sickness?

Every pregnancy will be different but there are changes you can make to your diet and daily life to ease symptoms of morning sickness. Eating food and drinks containing ginger can soothe symptoms as there is evidence that ginger helps relieve nausea and vomiting.

Sugar, glucose syrup (sulphites), vegetable oil (certified sustainable palm oil), natural flavouring, vitamin B6 pyridoxine hydrochloride, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin.

Myrtle & Maude's herbalist recommends consuming when you feel a little peaky. Do not consume more than 12 sweets per day. Long-term use of B6 is inadvisable.

Founded in Yorkshire; Myrtle & Maude create vegan, organic and natural products for the pregnancy journey & women’s wellness.

Pouch is recyclable.

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