You are not the only one that fears traveling in this daunting time. I was already quite specific about my travel biohacks to beat jet lag previous to all the madness. Now however it is more important than ever to have your travel kit with you and feel as confident as you can about doing your best to keep your body safe while on the road. This is a list of products I currently will not travel without and each has their valid reason in my mind. I hope you benefit from some of these incredible products.
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1. Bee Keeper’s Naturals
In general, bee products are amazing for the immune system. From royal jelly, to bee pollen, to propolis the hive is one of the first places I go to when feeding my body with immune boosters. Propolis is my favorite substance to take for protection against disease. I personally love B.Immune spray by one of my all time favourite brands Bee Keepers Naturals
For my travels I love both the propolis for myself as well as my little one, the B-Smart and the honey lozenges made with Zinc, Propolis and Vitamin D they are a perfect addition to my travel kit.
2. Ion Sinus
IonBiome is one of my must haves daily these days, but they also make a product that is absolutely ideal for traveling, especially while on a plane. It is really important to keep our noses and throats moist and well hydrated when we are out and about. Personally I like the convenience of the nasal spray- Ion Sinus
I also like to continue taking my IonBiome, you can read more about it on one of our latest blog posts (Best Way to Support your Gut Health) especially if I do end up eating some food on the road. The travel bottle comes in really handy and is also small enough to take on the plane, it is included in the discount bundle.
I am not at all a fan of the toxic tea brands offered on aeroplanes. So I see no harm in taking some delicious tasting tea with me and just asking for hot water. I like to drink matcha as it is a very strong antioxidant and I simply love the taste. Also Pique Tea has just launched an amazing product that I am very excited about and will be using for the first time Daily Immune I am very happy about traveling with my Liposomal Vitamin C and elderberry supplement.
4. Nano sized Zeolite spray
This is a gentle zeolite binder that helps you detox any environmental pollutants you may be exposed to on your travels. Especially heavy metals, viruses and pathogens. Flying exposes us to radiation and it helps with that too. The zeolite binds to them which encourages them to exit your system. I sometimes have gift cards for this brand reach out on insta if you are interested @sannywithachanceof
Let’s face it when being deprived of Oxygen you can never really get enough of it in supplements. I really love hydroxygen because it stimulates our red blood cells and the chlorophyll is also oxygenating and detoxifying at the same time. An I actually really like the taste of it, it comes in both mint and natural flavour.
2 thoughts on “5 Ultimate Travel Biohacks”
So, I’m pregnant and when I traveled… I took propolis tincture every hour on the plane to help protect
me from the radiation. Midwifes orders 😉 Bees are amazing.
I also took iron to compensate for the lack of oxygen ! Thanks for the new reccomendations.
So, I’m pregnant and Midwifes suggestions were to take propolis tincture every hour to protect from radiation and help the immune system. I also took iron to compensate for lack of oxygen. Thanks for the new reccomendations !