Ines Ligron Beauty “Straight” Talk
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Thursday, the 15th of January
Venue: Ines Ligron Home (Near Novena, TBA to attendees closer to the date)
All proceeds to be donated to Cambodia Autism Charity.
Tickets are transferable but no cancellation accepted.
Ines, I am suffering from severe moving motion sickness. What should I do? I tried many drugs but nothing worked. Thank you!
It means that most probably you have a vitamin B6 deficiency which is usually the underlying cause of repeated bouts of nausea when seated in a car, a bus or even… a plane.
The deficiency is also seen in the occurrence of cold sores and warts and bushy eyebrows. The vitamin is available in 250 mg and 100 mg. If the deficiency is pronounced enough to cause nausea, a vitamin B compound will not be sufficient.
Also, this vitamin is found in dark vegetables, green and red. It is destroyed by light. That is why you should never store or cook anything under glass lids or in transparent pots. And you should avoid produce which has been displayed under lights, expecially fluorescent lights (no Cold Storage of Fair Price
Besides taking B6 supplements and eating plenty of raw dark veggies, one of the best protections against travel sickness and nausea is the chewing of raw herbs like parsley, lots of it.
Raw garlic helps greatly, but you have to take it regularly as a preventive measure. Do not take it when you feel the nausea.
Go to the health store next to you and buy some good quality B6 100mg and take it 3 times a day with food.
Take a B vitamins-Complex + a good multi-vitamins in the morning with your breakfast.
Hope it helps!