PsiBands are wristbands that use acupressure to provide relief from motion sickness during travel in an RV, car or boat. They are also designed to offer relief from morning sickness during pregnancy and from nausea as a side effect of chemotherapy.
The product was created by two women, Romy Taormina and Carla Falcone, who found nausea relief from wrist acupressure during pregnancy, and saw an opportunity to create acupressure wristbands that were both fashionable and functional. The bands come two to a set and are worn on each wrist. They are adjustable to fit various wrist sizes and also can be adjusted at the acupressure point to fit snugly, but comfortably.
Use of the bands is approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
PsiBands are available at Rite Aid and REI stores nationwide and at some CVS/Pharmacy and Whole Foods locations. They are waterproof and come in five designs at prices ranging from $14.99 to $19.99. For information, visit psibands.com.