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Tummy Hurts From Eating Too Much or From Too Many Turns in the Road? Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) Comes to the Rescue
Date:11/3/2008

Scientifically Formulated Homeopathic/Herbal Supplement Relieves Motion Sickness, Acid Reflux, Abdominal Distress and General Nausea - Quickly,

Naturally and Safely

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The season of travel and tempting meals is almost here and though we look forward to visiting family and friends and filling ourselves full of delicious home cooked meals, holiday travel and tasty treats all too often result in uncomfortable stomach upset. However, whether experiencing motion sickness traveling via air, sea, or car or sneaking that extra piece of pie, it's reassuring to know there is a readily available natural solution -- Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM). This safe, and fast acting homeopathic formula, Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) relieves the symptoms motion sickness, acid reflux, abdominal distress and general nausea, without harmful side effects.

"A trip shouldn't trip you up nor should you have to suffer from the effects of simply having 'seconds,'" says Stas Ozog III. "To create Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) we've combined seven homeopathic remedies with ten herbs to create an all natural, gentle but quick-acting formula for mild to severe motion sickness, general nausea, and digestive disorders," says Ozog, L.Ac., Dipl. A. & C.H.(NCCAOM), and co-founder of Clear Products, Inc.(TM).

"For centuries ginger root has been used to successfully relieve the symptoms associated with nausea. Consumers today are more educated about what they put in their body and are more interested in using natural products," stated Ozog. "Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) was developed to naturally target the symptoms of motion sickness and digestive disorders without hindering the consumer's normal activities." Ozog adds that Clear Motion and Digestive Aid (TM) is antihistamine free, and "is safe for children as well."

Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) is ideal for use while traveling by air, car or sea
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