Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt For Motion Sickness and Alternative Remedies

Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt For Motion Sickness and Alternative Remedies Product Reviews

 “Alaskan Cruise Without Sea Sickness Was Wonderful”
Sherry Michaels of Orlando, Florida
Verified Purchaser on 3/1 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt

I got the small 8-oz bag of the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt as a promotional package offering when I purchased your Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules and Prickly Pear Drops.

I was about to embark on a 14-day cruise on the rough Alaskan seas.  I was already feeling queasy at the thought since motion sickness is a given for me.

However, I made the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole Solution and drank it twice a day and a miracle happened!  At no time did I feel drowsy, like I did with gravol and your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt absolutely worked and I had a wonderful and very enjoyable trip. I will never travel again without this salt. 


“Great For Chronic Nausea Without Feeling Tired Or Draining Your Wallet”
Tony & Jenny White of Whitecourt, Alberta
Verified Purchaser on 1/16 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt

All I can say is WOW!!!! Our original reason for ordering your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt was to replace our white table salt - we knew how poisonous this was to us.  Little did I think that by making the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole Solution that it would actually help my chronic nausea condition without the drowsiness. Some of the over the counter prescription medications that I have been taking, such as Zofran and Dramamine, almost put me in a coma!

I highly recommend your various Natural Home Cures products to anyone that has any sort of health conditions or medical distress. You have such an amazing money back guarantee, it's worth a try! Your company has an amazingly knowledgeable and friendly staff.  


 “Definitely My New Go-To Option for A Nausea-Free Life!” 
Brent Logan of  Buffalo, New York
Verified Purchaser on 11/6 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt

I've had motion sickness my entire life and almost any little thing will set me off. Even a relatively short car trip will usually result in my throwing up.  I've tried various motion sickness pills, potions, creams and patches. Most did not work and the few that did had side effects and made me drowsy.

There is one medication that I used to take - it worked but made me drowsy - and that was was DIMENHYDRINATE.

Now, I simply consume your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole Solution once in the morning, then again in the afternoon and one more time in the evening and I have not suffered from my bouts of motion sickness like I used to. I am very pleased with this product and will continue to order from you in the future. 


 “Simply Works!” 
Fred Penner of Tacoma, Washington
Verified Purchaser on 9/14 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt

Your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt works perfectly for me on cruises. I avoided cruising for the longest time but decided to give it a try since my wife enjoys the experience at sea. It works great! On our last cruise, in June, I started taking your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Soul Solution twice a day and neither of us gets motion or sea sickness anymore. Great product.  



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