Although it didn't help much during the worst of the 'morning' sickness (mine lasts all day) it definitely offered some relief, especially in the tail end of my first trimester. One side note is that some literature recommends against taking wild yam root during pregnancy but this caused no issues with me, personally.
Nice. So thankful to have a product that is safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
I used this product most of my pregnancy and I found it to be one of the only things that helped with my digestive discomforts every time.
Morning sickness, also referred to as nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, is the name for the nausea and vomiting that many pregnant women experience during pregnancy. It is typically experienced in the morning, hence its name. It can be an extremely strong sensation in some cases and can lead to dehydration if left untreated. Many women experience morning sickness in one form or another: some women may only experience it occasionally, while others may feel nauseous until their first trimester ends. It can last from a few weeks or months into a pregnancy until early stages of labor begin. For over 40 years, customers have relied on WishGarden's Calm-a-Tum Morning Sickness to relieve nausea associated with pregnancy. This morning sickness herbal tincture is formulated using all-natural herbs including Peach leaf, Peppermint leaf, and Wild Yam root.