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Stomach Soothing Drops*

Ginger Anti-Nausea Lozenge

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Find fast relief from occasional nausea and upset stomach.* Stomach Soothing Drops* help calm and settle your stomach with a powerful-but-gentle blend of vitamin B6 and ginger in a soothing lozenge that tastes great.

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Suggested Retail: $21.10
Item: #22092
Member Price: $17.95
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Stomach Soothing Drops* provide fast relief from occasional pregnancy-associated nausea and occasional stomach upset.* Each ginger-flavored lozenge delivers efficacious amounts of the powerful nausea-fighting duo: vitamin B6 (4 mg) and ginger (25 mg).  

Directions
Enjoy 1 drop up to 4 times each day for occasional stomach upset or normal morning sickness.*

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Stomach Soothing Drops* Product Sheet

Nausea and upset stomach are commonly experienced by women in early pregnancy.1 Prevalence rates of between 50% and 80% are reported. Stomach Soothing Drops* deliver relief from occasional morning sickness as well as general stomach upset with efficacious amounts of vitamin B6 (4 mg) and ginger (25 mg) per lozenge.

FAQs

Why should I take Stomach Soothing Drops*? 
Stomach Soothing Drops* can help calm and settle your stomach and provide fast relief from pregnancy-associated occasional nausea and upset stomach.

How do Stomach Soothing Drops* provide relief from nausea and upset stomach?
ach ginger-flavored lozenge delivers efficacious amounts of a powerful occasional nausea-fighting duo: vitamin B6 (4 mg) and organic ginger root powder (25 mg).* 

How many lozenges can I take each day?
You can take 1 drop up to 4 times each day. If you have severe or continuing nausea, please contact your physician.

Are the lozenges flavored?
Yes, they have a slightly sweet and not-too-spicy ginger flavor with a hint of citrus.

Why are the vitamin B6 and ginger in Stomach Soothing Drops* delivered in a lozenge rather than a capsule or pill?
This delivery form allows for a slow release of the active ingredients, ginger and vitamin B6, into your digestive system as the lozenge dissolves, helping to calm and settle your stomach.* Additionally, the act of sucking on the lozenge may also help provide relief from occasional nausea and upset stomach.*

Is each lozenge individually wrapped?
Yes.

How many lozenges are included in a package?
30 lozenges are included in each pouch of Stomach Soothing Drops*.

Are Stomach Soothing Drops* suitable for people with specific dietary restrictions or preferences?Stomach Soothing Drops* are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and nut-free. The product is not kosher, however, as the facility where it is manufactured is not certified kosher.   

Can I take Stomach Soothing Drops* with my medications?
If you are taking medications, we always recommend you talk to your physician and/or pharmacist prior to using supplements.

If I am pregnant or nursing, can I take Stomach Soothing Drops*? 
If you are pregnant or nursing, we always recommend you talk to your health care professional before using supplements.

Stomach Soothing Drops* are an optional add-on product to Meology™ Prenatal, Shaklee's custom vitamin and supplement packs for hopeful, soon-to-be, and new moms. Stomach Soothing Drops* can be purchased with the Pregnancy phase of Meology Prenatal to help manage occasional morning sickness and upset stomach.*

Can I give Stomach Soothing Drops* to my kids?
No. Stomach Soothing Drops* are not recommended for use by children as they could be a choking hazard in young children. Please discuss usage with your child's pediatrician.

How should I store Stomach Soothing Drops*?
Stomach Soothing Drops* should be kept in a cool, dry place.


Product Label

A powerful combination of vitamin B6 and ginger
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Key Ingredients

A Look at the Numbers

Shaklee leaf

4 mg

Vitamin B6

Delivers 4 mg vitamin B6 per lozenge

25 mg

Ginger Root Powder

Delivers 25 mg ginger root powder per lozenge

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
  1. Miller 2002. Miller F. Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy: the problem of perception--is it really a disease? American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2002;186(5 Suppl):S182–S183
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