Day 38: Sygest for Nausea

So I just had to throw in a quick little post to say how happy I am with my new LLRN (Lyme Literate Registered Nurse) and the fact that since my first appointment this past Friday, she has already been in contact with my LLMD in the US.

We are all on the same page, yay!  I finally feel like I have the support system at home that I have been needing to keep me on track.

One of my biggest complaints that I have to deal with all the time is a huge amount of nausea.  My LLRN and LLMD have recommended together that I start taking SYGEST.  I have ordered it and will be taking it under my tongue 3 times per day.  I should be receiving it today or tomorrow.  We will see!

Here is the product Description from Lyme Products Website (Canada):

(Sounds like this could help!)

Product Description

SyGest | Syntrion
For abdominal cramping, diarrhea, constipation and nausea.
SyGest complex tablets contain specifically selected metabolites of Candida parapsilosis and Penicillium frequentans found effective for treatment of
gastrointestinal disorders, including abdominal pain, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, gas and nausea.

The new homeopathic combinations have shown excellent healing effects that open
the door to exciting possibilities. Efficacy is more than just the sum of the two single remedies. The combinations have an entirely new,
unexpected, positive and fast-acting range of efficacy that present health care professionals with new ways to treat even their sickest and most sensitive patients.

Moreover, Syntrion’s complex remedies are especially useful in patients who show unclear and/or changing symptoms that may stem from various causes, such as abdominal pain, gastrointestinal disorders, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and latent infections.

Syntrion oral sprays are free from alcohol, gluten, lactose and sugar, making them an excellent choice for patients sensitive to these substances. The sprays are easy-to-use, and deliver medicine directly to the oral mucosa for efficient systemic absorption

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