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Wristband reduces nausea in cancer patients.

-Dr. Kathy Johnson, PhD, CMC

Nausea is often an uncomfortable side effect of those undergoing chemotherapy. However, by just wearing a Psi Band it could be avoided. Psi bands are worn on both wrists, right on the Nei-Kuan acupressure point.

Psi Bands are acupuncture wrist bands that are approved by the FDA. They are also stylish and comfortable, coming in five different designs, and also waterproof. The bands are adjustable in two locations: at the wrist and at the acupressure point.

Psi Bands are a good, drug-free option to relieving the nausea because it does not interfere with the prescribed medicines to reduce nausea.

The Psi Bands were invented by two mothers, Carla Falcone and Romy Taormina, when they were pregnant to combat morning sickness. Psi Bands have a charitable partnership with Fertile Hope and they also donate $1 for every Cherry Blossom Psi Band that is sold.

You can get the Psi Bands in a set of two, for $15.

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