ReliefBand Conductivity Gel

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  • Hypo-Allergenic
  • Incredibly easy to apply
  • Ensures ReliefBands work to the best of their abilities
  • A necessity for long-term use for nausea, motion sickness, and morning sickness relief
  • Made by Neurowave Medical Technologies, creator of ReliefBand

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Product Description

Original Conductive Gel for Reliefbands and Reletex Motion Si ckness Devices Apply conductivity gel from this pocket sized tube before putting on your motion sickness Relief Band or Reletex, (the Rx only version with non-replaceable batteries). This gel keeps nerve stimulation active to prevent motion sickness or nausea. Re-apply conductive gel in a thin layer on your wrist where you wear your Relief Band (Discontinued by Manufacturer in 2010) for sea sickness or nausea. Generally, application should be every 3 to 4 hours or when nerve stimulation decreases. Maintaining a constant level of nerve stimulation with your Relief Band is required to control or prevent motion sickness nausea and/or vomiting. Each tube contains .34 fluid ounces of gel . Note: Manufacture of Reliefbands was discontinued by the manufacturer Neurowave Technologies in 2010. The last unit with replaceable batteries was named the Explorer.