Trip ease is available in 32-tablet strip packet and is packed in premises inspected by a regulatory authority to ensure the premises meet the standard grade of hygiene, class one.

Trip ease is manufactured according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, (HPUS).

Trip ease is listed with the FDA for over the counter sales in the United States of America.
The National Drug Code for trip ease is 059672-0732-2 and barcode of 750980007325.

Each 340mg tablet contains six homeopathic remedies effective in countering the effects of motion sickness. Each pack contains enough tablets for at least ten trips of at least three hours duration.


Motion sickness is a complex condition which occurs when traveling in cars, trains, boats and planes. The main, but not the only cause, is movement, sometime violent movement, which causes motion sickness. Other causes are a genetic disposition and problems from hangovers, other sicknesses, lack of fresh air, and a lack of quality sleep.


One tablet of trip ease should be taken at the start of each trip, and one every hour while the problem persists.

Warnings and precautions

Trip ease can be used by travelers of all ages. If a user already suffers from a major medical problem, normal caution should be exercised in traveling on long journeys. If after arrival the symptoms of motion sickness continue, professional help should be sought. Trip ease does not counter the effects of existing medical disorders when traveling, or the effects of alcohol or general exhaustion.


Trip ease may be taken with any other medication. Like other homeopathic remedies, trip ease is most effective when taken separately from food and drink, but has been specially formulated so that it may if necessary be taken in association with food and/or drink, i.e. coffee.

Adverse effects

With the minute doses involved there is little possibility of adverse effects. There has never been any recorded adverse effect from homeopathic remedies above 12C. All remedies used in trip ease are 30C, well above the 12C limit.


Should a client take more trip ease than recommended, no harmful side effects should be expected, owing to the minute dilutions of active ingredients employed in homeopathic preparations.

X-Rays, coffee, mint and homeopathic products

Some poorly manufactured homeopathic products are harmed by exposure to x-rays, coffee or aromatic products like mint. Trip ease does not fit into this category. It has been robustly manufactured to ensure that it is effective when exposed to either x-rays or coffee or mint.

Active Ingredients

The six homeopathic remedies listed below are the active ingredients in Trip Ease.

Borax, extracted from sodium borate.

- Used to alleviate bad reactions to sudden movements, like hitting an air pocket while flying

Proper Name: Sodium borate
Common Names: Borax.
Source: Chemically made.

Cocculus Indicus, extracted from the cocculus berry.

- Used to alleviate symptoms made worse by motion,
- anxiety,

Proper Name: Anamirta cocculus.
Common Names: Cocculus.
Source: Grows throughout India.
Parts used: Seeds.

Gelsemium, extracted from the fresh root.

- Used to alleviate dizziness, drowsiness and trembling

Proper Name: Gelsemium Sempervirens
Common Names: Carolina Jasmine, yellow jasmine, false jasmine.
Source: Native to southern United States.
Parts used: Fresh root.

Kreosotum, extracted from beachwood.

- Used to alleviate nausea and vomiting.

Proper Name: Beachwood Kreosote
Common Names: Kreosote.
Source: extracted from distillation of beachwood.

Rhus Toxicodendron, extracted from fresh leaves.

- Used to alleviate restlessness,
- nausea and vertigo.

Proper Name: Rhus Toxicodendron Radicans
Common Names: Poison ivy, poison oak.
Source: Grows throughout Canada and United States.
Parts used: Fresh leaves.

Tabacum, extracted from the leaves.

- Used to treat sudden motion sickness,
- anxiety,
- chilliness,
- vertigo,

Proper Name: Nicotiana Tabacum
Common Names: Tobacco.
Source: Native to the USA, South America and the West Indies.
Parts used: leaves.

Inactive Ingredients

The three substances listed below are the inactive ingredients in trip ease.

Sorbitol, is a tabletting agent. GRAS, generally recognised as safe. Used in every day items like biscuits and jams and especially diabetic jams. Tastes like sugar.

Magnesium stearate - E470b - is a separating agent. GRAS, generally recognised as safe. Used frequently in tablets. No distinctive taste.
The source of the Magnesium Stearate is vegetable, not animal

Sterilized talc - E553b - is a lubricating agent. GRAS, generally recognised as safe. Used frequently in tablets. No distinctive taste.

Trip Ease does not contain any of the following substances

- Yeasts
- Sucrose
- Starch
- Lactose
- Salt
- Wheat
- Gluten
- Artificial colorings
- Artificial flavorings
- Preservatives
- Dairy Products
- Animal products
- Any ingredient known to cause allergies
- Melatonin or any other hormone

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