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Totally Devoted | Ginger Cookies with Ginger and Chia Seeds | Pregnancy Nausea Remedy

$14.95

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Totally Devoted

Totally Devoted | Ginger Cookies with Ginger and Chia Seeds | Pregnancy Nausea Remedy

$14.95

Delicious ginger cookies that are 100% natural and packed with wholesome ingredients.

Best of all they have been created to help relieve nausea, perfect for mums suffering morning/all day sickness. Great also for car and sea sickness for the whole family.

Ginger and chia seeds may assist with some of the unique nutritional needs of a pregnant mum.

Ginger has been traditionally used and known to relieve nausea, heartburn, motion sickness, migraine relief and may even also aid cold and flu prevention.

Chia seeds are nutritious, packed with protein and calcium making them fabulous for the pregnancy. They are rich in boron which is reputed to help your body to assimilate the calcium. They are high in Omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, iron, niacin and zinc.

These Ginger Cookies are the go-to cookies for mums to be, people suffering sea sickness and even travel-weary kids. Stash a box by the bed, on the boat or in the car so you’ll have then on hand ready for when nausea strikes.

Totally Devoted Ginger Cookies are also preservative, wheat, dairy AND refined sugar free, so you can rest assured there will be no nasty side effects to either yourself or your precious unborn baby.

Detail

  • 10 cookies per box (230g box)
  • Organic ingredients
  • Preservative-free
  • Wheat, dairy and refined sugar-free
  • Eat as part of a healthy and varied diet
  • Made in New Zealand

Ingredients:

Organic buckwheat flour, coconut oil, brown rice syrup, organic coconut sugar, rolled oats, linseed, filtered water, cinnamon, baking soda, raising agent (500) himalayan salt, ginger extract, (0.4%) natural Rosemary extract

*contains gluten from oats. May contain traces of tree nuts