I travel a lot for my job, and when you’re traveling you can’t always predict what you’re going to eat. I always cave into the spicy, interesting food that I don’t usually eat at home. Traveling gives me a freedom to try new things and see new places.
We recently went to California and I took the necessities with me: bathing suit, sunblock, face cream and my leggings. I took my leggings because I knew I may indulge in some awesome foods. I know what to pack when traveling with indigestion.
But I also took something with me knowing that my love for discovering new and interesting food or local cuisine might lead to some stomach issues. I took Acidil® and Gasalia®. These quick-dissolving, unflavored tablets melt under the tongue for a convenient and discreet way to relieve indigestion anywhere, anytime.*
So when I stopped for my third coffee of the day right before we took a boat for a spin, I made sure I had my homeopathic medicine for any discomfort this new and interesting coffee might bring.* I really love coffee, but when I drink too much I do feel uncomfortable.
Unlike conventional medicine which can be harsh on the body, homeopathic medicines work with the body to help restore balance and relieve symptoms. Boiron uses pure, earth-sourced, pharmaceutical-grade ingredients and the medicines do not have any known drug interactions. It also won’t slow down the absorption of other medications or micro-nutrients.*
During our trip we went out for sushi and I had some spicy edamame followed by some Mongolian Beef. My poor stomach was feeling it by the end of the meal, but I came prepared. I had some of my Gasalia with me.
By the time we got back to our hotel, I felt relief. Spicy food can do a number on my stomach and give me horrible indigestion, but when I nip it in the bud I do okay. I don’t necessarily have dietary restrictions but when I eat fried food or spicy food, sometimes I have stomach issues.
These two homeopathic remedies are definitely a must-have when I travel. I suggest taking Gasalia or Acidil with you for moments like these. What do you use to help with your indigestion or acid reflux?
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.