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Boiron Nux Vomica 30C Hangover Relief -- 3 Tubes


Boiron Nux Vomica 30C Hangover Relief
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Boiron Nux Vomica 30C Hangover Relief Description

  • Indigestion • Upset Stomach • Nausea • Heartburn
  • Non-Drowsy • No Drug Interactions
  • Homeopathic Medicine
  • Natural Active Ingredient
  • 3 Tubes Approx 80 Quick-Dissolving Pellets Per Tube

Uses • temporarily brings relief to occasional heartburn, acid indigestion or sour stomach; temporarily brings relief to stomach associated nausea or fullness due to over-indulgence in food or drink.


Directions

Adults 21 years of age and older: If you are taking this medicine to relieve a hangover, dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a doctor. Adults and children 12 years of age and older: If you are taking this medicine to relieve an upset stomach, nausea or heartburn, dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a doctor. Children under 12 years of age. Ask a doctor.

*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.


Ingredients: Active Ingredient: Nux vomica 30C HPUS (heartburn and drowsiness due to excessive eating or drinking). The letters HPUS indicate that this ingredient is officially included in the Homeopathic Pharmacoeia of the United States.
Inactive Ingredients: lactose, sucrose.
Warnings

Ask a doctor before use in children under 12 years of age. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist for more than 3 days or if hangover lasts for more than 2 days. If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use.

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Is Organic Wine Better for You?

Is wine the new wheatgrass?  Praised for its ethanol content, alcohol has been touted for reducing heart attacks and the risks of Type 2 diabetes for over three decades. In fact, a clinical study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, albeit problematically funded by alcohol companies, is now underway to determine if a daily glass of alcohol should be recommended as part of healthy diet. Among alcoholic beverages, wine stands out for its many health benefits associated with moderate consumption—good cardiac health, blood pressure regulation, better metabolism, a stronger immune system.

Four Glasses of Various Heights Filled With Different Types of Organic Wine | Vitacost.com/blog

The grapes of toxicity

Wine’s health halo, however, may be pitted with one major concern: Most wines are made from conventionally grown grapes, laden with synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides. As of 2017, grapes are eighth on the Environmental Working Group’s dirty dozen list of most pesticide laden produce. 

Since grapes are the main ingredient in wine, it stands to reason that wine made from conventional grapes may have harmful amounts of agrochemical residues. Organic wine, on the other hand, is made from organic grapes grown by using natural methods, substituting labor intensive practices for heavy spraying. Plus, the processing and preserving of organic wine is done without artificial or synthetic chemical preservatives, colors or taste-makers. 

The organic advantage

It used to be that organic wine was a rarity, mainly because of its shorter shelf life and higher cost to produce. But it’s now one of the fastest-growing wine categories. According to beveragedaily.com, the number of organic vineyards globally tripled in the last decade.

However, when it comes to wine, many of us don’t apply the same standards that we do in the grocery store, weighing the pros and cons of organic produce for our health—and for our pocketbook. So how important is it that wine is organic? Here are a few of the key benefits.

Better taste

Advocates say organic wines can better express the flavors of the terroir, the complete natural environment in which a particular wine is produced, including soil, topography and climate. They find the taste of organic wines to be purer, cleaner and lusher.

In 2016, the Journal of Wine Economics published a study called, “Does Organic Wine Taste Better? An Analysis of Experts’ Ratings.” Researchers studied the wine ratings of the most prominent wine magazines, and found that in general organic certified wineries use superior wine practices and produce higher-quality wine.

Milder hangovers

Many people are sensitive to certain compounds in wine, such as tannins, sulfites and histamines, and attribute their hangovers to their presence. According to the FDA, about one in a hundred people have a reaction to sulfites, a common preservative used in wine to stop the fermentation process. Wine produced from organic grapes contains about half the sulfites that conventional wines contain.

Less toxic

Pesticides, fungicides and other agrochemicals have a subtle but profound effect on our bodies, adding to our cumulative body burden of environmental exposures. From the skincare products we use to the food and drinks we consume, we are ingesting toxins that can disrupt our hormones and contribute to a number of diseases. Organic wine, especially if we drink wine on a regular basis, can significantly reduce our overall chemical load.

Environment-friendly

Organic vineyards and wineries use less harmful chemicals and have a greatly reduced carbon footprint. Organic production methods do not pollute the air, water and soil the same way that more aggressive, conventional agricultural practices do. In general, organic wine takes a less toxic toll on everything connected to its creation—perhaps the environment most of all.

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