Natural remedy for common morning sickness and nausea in pregnancy. Good Morning Mama used for settled digestion during pregnancy, especially common nausea experienced during morning sickness
Find morning sickness relief
- Safely relieve occasional common nausea and queasiness experienced during pregnancy
- Alleviate common symptoms of 'morning' sickness at any time of the day
- Calm the digestive system during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester
- Reduce common nausea related to revulsion to certain foods and smells during pregnancy
Almost 80% of pregnant women experience occasional nausea and/or vomiting during the first trimester of pregnancy. These symptoms are often worst in the mornings but can occur at any time of the day.
Morning sickness is usually at its worst between weeks 6 and 12,
though nausea and vomiting can be a problem at any stage of pregnancy.
The exact cause of morning sickness is not known for sure, though it
seems to be linked mostly to the hormonal changes of pregnancy as well
as an oversensitive sense of smell.
The natural way
There are many home remedies and methods for reducing nausea and
vomiting during pregnancy, and different approaches will help different
women. Of course, due to the possibility of side effects, medications
are always best avoided during pregnancy.
Avoid foods or
smells that trigger your nausea. You may only feel like very bland
foods, mostly carbohydrates, and it is fine to stick to these when you
are feeling unwell. Each person is different and you will learn what triggers your nausea.
For example, if the smell of cigarettes or coffee makes you feel
nauseous, speak to your partner, family, friends or work colleagues
about this and ask them to be considerate.
Don't be afraid of telling them what you need! Secondhand cigarette smoke is not good for anyone, especially for pregnant women and their unborn babies.
Keep crackers or a similar plain snack handy for those times when you
feel overwhelmed by nausea. An empty stomach is often a trigger for
these unpleasant moments.
Eat little and often to keep
your blood sugar stable and to avoid an empty stomach. Stay away from
rich, fatty or highly-spiced foods as much as possible. It is best to stick to a balanced diet of wholesome, unprocessed foods. In
addition, natural remedies can offer additional support and comfort
during this time of digestive disturbances, as many offer many
therapeutic properties. This has been documented in numerous studies.
(Bryer, E. A literature review of the effectiveness of ginger in
alleviating mild-to-moderate nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.
J.Midwifery Womens Health 2005;50(1):e1-e3.). (Smith, C., Crowther, C.,
Willson, K., Hotham, N., and McMillian, V. A randomized controlled
trial of ginger to treat nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.
What is Good Morning Mama?
Good Morning Mama is a 100% natural, safe and effective natural remedy for common nausea (‘morning sickness’)
during pregnancy. Good Morning Mama is especially formulated for
pregnancy and helps to safely settle the stomach and also reduce common
revulsion to certain foods and smells.
This 100% natural remedy is very easy to use and comes in the form of tiny pleasant tasting granules
which are simply sprinkled on the tongue when needed. This makes them
easy to administer when even the thought of swallowing something makes
Good Morning Mama is formulated to the highest therapeutic standards
and manufactured under strict pharmaceutical conditions, in
consultation with our clinical psychologist and her team of natural
health experts, using ingredients specially chosen for their safety and
effectiveness.What are the Ingredients?
Good Morning Mama is a 100% herbal formula which contains the following carefully selected herbs in therapeutic dosage:
- Mentha piperita
is a calmative herb which supports digestion and promotes the flow of
bile. Traditionally recommended for nausea, recent studies have
supported the ability of Mentha piperita to calm and settle the
stomach.(Evans BK, Levine DF, Mayberry JF, and et al. “Multicentre
trial of peppermint oil capsules in irritable bowel syndrome.” Scand J
- Ferrum phos.
(6C) is a biochemic tissue salt which is very helpful in settling the
stomach and is also an excellent tonic for the urinary tract, helping
to tone the muscles of the bladder.
- Ginger has
a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic
(Indian) medicine. Modern research confirms its effectiveness in
relieving the symptoms of common nausea and ginger is a well known
tonic for the digestive system. (Bryer, E. A literature review of the
effectiveness of ginger in alleviating mild-to-moderate nausea and
vomiting of pregnancy. J.Midwifery Womens Health 2005;50(1):e1-e3.)
- Nat. mur.
(6C) is a biochemic tissue salt effective for common feelings of nausea
and also helps to maintain normal salivation levels within the mouth.
Nat. mur is also an effective digestive tonic.
- Nat. phos. (6C) helps to maintain normal pH in the body and also supports healthy digestion.
- Nux vom. (30C) is a natural remedy well known for its supportive properties for the digestive system.
simply sprinkle a pinch or two of the granules on your tongue when
needed and allow them to dissolve for fast and effective relief.
Keep a bottle next to your bed, a bottle in the kitchen and a bottle in your purse for all day protection!
The dosage may be repeated at 20 minute intervals for up to 10 doses if needed.
CAUTION: Common queasiness during pregnancy is perfectly normal, especially during the first trimester.
if you have severe vomiting and haven't been able to keep anything,
including fluids, down for 24 hours or more you should consult your
doctor for advice as a precaution.