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Dr. Wilson’s Land, Sea & Air® - 45 Capsules Default Category Doctor Wilson's
Dr. Wilson’s Land, Sea & Air® - 45 Capsules Default Category Doctor Wilson's

    Dr. Wilson’s Land, Sea & Air® - 45 Capsules

    Doctor Wilson's Dr. Wilson’s Land, Sea & Air® 
    Formulated by Dr. James L. Wilson to help make travel less stressful*
    • Focused nutrient and herbal motion comfort ingredients*
    • Synergistic balance supports efficacy of individual ingredients*
    • Simple yet very effective, non-drowsy formula*
    • No negative side effects*
    • Small capsules and convenient bottle size for travel*


     Serving Size: 1 Capsule Amount/Serving
    Vitamin B6 (as pryidoxal HCl & pyridoxla-5-pholsphate) 25 mg
    Ginger [root] 225 mg

    Other ingredients: Vegetbale capsule, rice flour powder, magnesium stearate  

    Suggested Use 

    Take 1 capsule with water 30 minutes before travel and every 4 hours, as needed. If desired, an additional capsule can be taken before departure. Pregnant women should not exceed 4 capsules per 24 hours, or should take as directed by your health practitioner.*

    More Info.

    Stress and Travel

    Travelling – whether it’s a drive to the next city or a flight to another country – is inherently stressful for your body, even when the trip is enjoyable. In addition to usual the felt stresses of planning, getting there on schedule, navigating your new surroundings, and protecting your health, there are a number of physiological changes that can make the experience of being in a moving vehicle unpleasant and physically stress your body.

    Your senses (inner ears, eyes; skin pressure receptors, muscle and joint proprioceptors, and central nervous system) control your sense of balance by reporting the orientation and direction of movement of your body to your brain. The typical nausea and dizziness of motion sickness happens when the incoming sensory information conflicts. For example, in a plane in flight, your inner ears and proprioceptors sense the motion, but your eyes only see the stationary cabin interior.

    Some of the discomforts of travel are also caused by changes in electrolyte and fluid balances in your body and brain causing local swelling, stiffness and headache. Dehydration, which often results from travel, can cause headaches, lethargy, constipation and general malaise. Being aware of and taking measures to minimize these changes will allow you to arrive at your destination feeling fresher and less stressed.