VertiFree by Native Remedies is a homeopathic remedy for vertigo, dizziness, nausea and ringing in the ears.
Use VertiFree for:
- Dizziness, nausea, vertigo, and vomiting
- Jet lag
- Ringing sensations in the ears
- Motion disturbances, head-spinning sensation
VertiFree Ingredients: Review of Scientific Evidence
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the effectiveness of herbal components in VertiFree. Take a look and make you own decision if this product worth a try.
- 1. Cocculus indicus
Cocculus Indicus is a popular remedy for motion sickness. This herb acts at the level of central nervous system. Cocculus indicus is also effective for headaches due to mental overstimulation, nervousness, and lack of adequate sleep.
- 1. Lucertini M1, Mirante N, Casagrande M, Trivelloni P, Lugli V. The effect of cinnarizine and cocculus indicus on simulator sickness. Physiol Behav. 2007 May 16;91(1):180-90 PubMed
- 2. Claussen CF, Bergmann J, Bertora G, Claussen E. Clinical experimental test and equilibrimetric measurements of the therapeutic action of a homeopathic drug consisting of ambra, cocculus, Conium and mineral oil in the diagnosis of vertigo and nausea. Arzneimittelforschung. 1984;34(12):1791-8. PubMed
- 2. Lobelia inflata (Indian tobacco)
Numerous studies have shown that lobeline, the main alkaloidal component of Lobelia inflata, inhibits neurochemical and behavioral effects of amphetamines in animals. Experimental studies have provided evidence that lobeline may be useful therapy psychostimulant abuse. Also, lobeline has been studied for its ability to improve learning and memory.
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- 2. Martin CA, Nuzzo PA, Ranseen JD, Kleven MS, Guenthner G, Williams Y, Walsh SL, Dwoskin LP. Lobeline Effects on Cognitive Performance in Adult ADHD. J Atten Disord. 2013 Aug 21. PubMed
- 3. Gelsemium
Gelsemium has been traditionally used as a nervous system relaxant to treat headaches, restlessness, mental irritability, insomnia. Gelsemium and its alkaloid gelsemine have been reported to exert antianxiety, central stimulant, analgesic effects.
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- 3. Zhang JY, Gong N, Huang JL, Guo LC, Wang YX. Gelsemine, a principal alkaloid from Gelsemium sempervirens Ait., exhibits potent and specific antinociception in chronic pain by acting at spinal α3 glycine receptors. Pain. 2013 Nov;154(11):2452-62. PubMed
- 4. Paris A, Schmidlin S, Mouret S, Hodaj E, Marijnen P, Boujedaini N, Polosan M, Cracowski JL. Effect of Gelsemium 5CH and 15CH on anticipatory anxiety: a phase III, single-centre, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Fundam Clin Pharmacol. 2012 Dec;26(6):751-60. PubMed
- 4. Bryonia alba
Bryonia alba is used as an adaptogenic and restorative remedy with immunomodulatory and stress-protective properties.
Cucurbitacin R diglucoside, one of the active components of Bryonia alba, was found to influence on the production of corticosteroids and to moderately stimulate the adrenal cortex to adapt organism to stress.
- 1. Panossian A1, Gabrielian E, Wagner H. Plant adaptogens. II. Bryonia as an adaptogen. Phytomedicine. 1997 Mar;4(1):85-99 PubMed
- 2. Panossian A1, Gabrielian E, Wagner H. On the mechanism of action of plant adaptogens with particular reference to cucurbitacin R diglucoside. Panossian A1, Gabrielian E, Wagner H. Phytomedicine. 1999 Jul;6(3):147-55. PubMed