The Art of Random Willy-Nillyness: Sea Band Nausea Relief Band and Ginger Gum Travel Giveaway!

Monday, July 29, 2013

Sea Band Nausea Relief Band and Ginger Gum Travel Giveaway!




During summer, we try to travel as much as we can. Sometimes we fly. Sometimes we drive. If we are near a body of water, we love to be on a boat. It doesn't happen often but there are times when I get airsick, seasick or carsick. I am never sure what causes it but it is not a good thing especially while traveling.

According to Sea-Band, approximately 53 million Americans suffer from motion sickness (car sickness, air sickness, or sea sickness) and children ages 5 to 12 years old, women, and the elderly are the most susceptible. This is why if you are traveling, you might want to consider buying a Sea-Band to put in your luggage.

Sea-Bands are acupressure wristbands that are drug-free and all natural. Sea-Bands are a great alternative
to anti-nausea medicine. Sea-Bands are FDA approved. The bands work by using the ancient art of acupressure. They apply pressure to the inner wrists. This causes stimulation to the nervous system and that helps the body's healing abilities to kick in and stop nausea in its tracks.

You can also try the Sea-Band Anti Nausea Ginger gum as well. This works quickly since you just pop a piece into your mouth and it starts working when you start chewing. I have to say that I have used fresh ginger and ginger lollipops to stop my nausea. When I tried the ginger gum, it worked well.

These two products are great. Since we travel so much, I am always looking for travel items that are practical and useful. These are definitely a plus for me. Just throw them into your luggage, glove compartment or tote bag so they can always be at hand. I am keeping mine in my suitcase, just in case.

Sea-Band products are available in mass market retail, supermarkets and drug stores in the U.S and Canada:
· Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands: $11.99 (U.S), $12.99 (Canada)
· Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum: $6.99 (U.S.)

Also, Sea-Band is having a giveaway on its Facebook page. The giveaway will run through August 2nd and 15 winners will be selected to win product each Friday and one of these weekly winners will receive a grand prize of a $50 in addition to the family pack of Sea-Band.

I have a Sea-Band and Ginger Gum for one lucky reader. The winner can choose if they want an adult Sea-Band or a child's Sea-band. To win, just enter on the Rafflecopter widget below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Rules: One entry per person per day. Once a winner is drawn I will contact them and the winner will have 48 hours to reply back before I draw a new winner. Giveaway is open to US residents only who are 18 years of age or older.

Disclosure: I received a sample product for review purposes. No other compensation was given and the opinions in this post are solely mine and are based on my experience with the product. Sponsors are responsible for shipping prizes unless otherwise stated. I am not responsible if sponsors do not fulfill prize. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any prizes.

32 comments:

  1. I've only been on a plane once and it was clear skies so no sickness. I do get sea sick and car sick though. Longer car trips can be really tough.

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  2. I don't get carsick, and I didn't know you can get airsick, but getting seasick once is one time too many. On small boats I get queasy.

    I get nausea with migraines, though. And it's awful. I would love to try the gum, which I have never heard of. Two of my kids used to get carsick and I kept those pressure point dealies in my car for years. Somehow they got lost? It's smart to just keep some in the glove box.

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  3. Ugh, I get all travel sicknesses. But, mostly, I get carsick.

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  4. No but my daughter does. I used seabands when I was pregnant to ease morning sickness....they helped!

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  5. I get carsick. But, I'll be flying in September and I'm worried I might get airsick.

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  6. I always take something before getting on a boat, sometimes I do get seasick, sometimes I am ok but I always take something regardless.
    dor.turner@yahoo.com

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  7. Yes, yes and yes! My elderly mother also is nauseated a lot and I would love to try these on here.

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  8. Sometimes - depending on the mode of transportation - I fall prey to all 3 types of motion sickness.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. I have a tendency to get car sick and sea sick.

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  10. Ugh yes. Everything sick and i hate it so!

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  11. Michelle CastiauxJuly 30, 2013 at 11:52 AM

    Ugh, I get carsick whenever I'm in the car and I hate it. I haven't been in a situation where I could have gotten airsick or seasick, but I probably would get nausea then, too.

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  12. I do get carsick..it's not pleasant.

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  13. i do get carsick.
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  14. not particularly but my husband does

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  15. I occasionally get carsick, but not too often, thankfully!
    CrystalW07 (at) aol.com

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  16. My daughter gets sea sick - occasionally car sick

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  17. Never sea sick for me, but the car does it every time on long trips.

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  18. No not me, but my mom does, it would be for her.

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  19. not as much carsick anymore as airsick

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  20. sometimes i get a little airsick

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  21. Not really, altho the other day I was getting a bit car sick for some reason.

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  22. I get seasick almost every time I get on a boat and carsick on really long car rides.

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  23. I get seasick and my husband sometimes gets carsick when he's not driving.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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