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Put A "Band" On Cancer

May 02, 2016


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Put A "Band" On Cancer

How important are your organs to you? Probably pretty vital. The liver filters all the good things in and bad things out of our blood. The pancreas breaks down food and creates enzymes. The brain, bladder, heart, and stomach are also all very important, obviously. When you’re born everything works how it should until you find out one day that you have cancer and everything changes. Your once perfectly working organs don’t function as they should. In the case of liver cancer, nothing is being properly filtered through the bloodstream. The flow of unclean blood being pumped through the body may bring you nausea, stomach pains, or vomiting especially through chemotherapy.

In the case of pancreatic cancer, it occurs when the pancreatic cells grow, divide, and spread uncontrollably forming a malignant tumor. However, since the cause is unknown, this cancer often goes undetected until it’s advanced and difficult to treat; symptoms such as loss of appetite, weight loss, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting only develop after pancreatic cancer has grown and begun to spread. Specifically, these two types of cancers can bring great pain to the person suffering mentally and physically.  

Did you know that the NoMo Nausea Band is safe to use to relieve nausea and vomiting for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy? It can also be used to relieve gastrointestinal irritation and it is operating room safe! Since acupressure works directly on serotonin & aromatherapy of  peppermint conveys a do not throw up signal to  the CTZ (Chemoreceptor Trigger Zone, also known as the  puke center of the brain) is sent.  In result, the NoMo Nausea Band is the perfect drug free alternative to help cancer patients stop vomiting. Help a friend, a loved one, or family member to WIN the battle against cancer. can provide more resources about our product and different types of natural preventative care our bands supply.


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