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PsiBands Review

I was recently given the chance to review a nausea relief product called PsiBands, a drug-free wrist band. Ever since I was a child I have felt ill when riding in the passengers seat of a car. Normally this isn't really a problem because I am driving, but on vacations or trips to the town over with husband I rarely driving leaving what should be the relaxing, fun times and turns them into the "OMG JUST LET US BE THERE" times. As you may have read we recently bought a new Jeep. While I love the Jeep I do not like the gentle swaying motion.lol This has given me a great chance to try out this product.
The PsiBands are really easy to put on even for the least coordinated person like myself. With easy to read instructions in the package I quickly applied them and hoped for the best. Slowly the feeling in my stomach improved. The best part for me is that they are drug-free. I have what I like to call "picky" kidneys and have to closely watch what I put into my body. They are reusable which saves not only money but landfills and FDA-cleared. Psi Bands complies with Good Manufacturing Practices to help reduce their carbon footprint which is very important to us.
While I only have the ability at this time to try them on car sickness they can also provide a Psi of relief for morning sickness, chemotherapy, recovery from anesthesia, and whatever else may make your tummy turn. I can't wait for our next long trip to see how they work on my 4 year old who has always had a tough time with traveling. I love that they are so adjustable that I can use them on the whole family and with 5 different designs there is something for everyone.
"I received a product to review as a member of the Living Your Moment {http://livingyourmoment.com} review team. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255 concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising."
 

Comments

Amanda T said…
What a neat product. It's hard to believe a simple band can help like that!
Shayla Burks said…
Neat! I may have to try those for next time I fly. That's the only time I get motion sickness.
Mellissa Hanks said…
It is amazing how it works :O)
Melanie B said…
I am using these right now! I think they are neat
Isra said…
I really have to try one of these, Ive always gotten horrible motion sickness!
shelly b said…
What a neat innovation. Sure beats taken the gravol.
royalegacy said…
I love this product. I would always drink peppermint tea to help my morning sickness, which got worse with each child that I had.

Thanks for sharing this!
Danielle @ Royalegacy
Kim said…
Clever idea. Glad someone thought of an alternative to drinking that awful pink stuff!!

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