What to Pack when Traveling with Indegestion
Travel - July 19, 2019

package of gasalia with sushi and plate of food behind
This is a sponsored post for Boiron® and PTPA, however, the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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.

acidil on the beach with hat and bags
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.*

holding a box of gasalia in front of coffee at a harbor
I drink a lot of coffee when I’m traveling because I’m on the go, and also because to me a nice fancy iced coffee in a new place is a way to celebrate the moment.

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.

box of acidil
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.*

plate of edamae with sauce on top
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.

box of gasalia in fron of sushi and plate of food
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?

 What to take when traveling with indegestion

*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.



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