You Don't Have to Suffer From Morning Sickness

Expectant Moms Can Stop the Nausea... Naturally

SAN RAFAEL, CA--(Marketwire - November 26, 2008) - For some expectant moms, nausea hits as soon as they wake up in the morning. For others, "morning sickness" attacks in the afternoon or evening. The age-old advice to eat saltine crackers, drink ginger ale and eat a snack before you step foot out of bed rarely ever cuts it. The good news? There's finally a remedy that does.

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, morning sickness affects 70-85% of women, and severe cases can lead to hospitalization.

"The issues expectant moms face are universal," said Roshan Kaderali -- an RN with 40 years in healthcare who has practiced as an obstetrical nurse, midwife, childbirth educator and a doula. "They all want to do what's best for their babies. With morning sickness, many women think they have to just tough it out because they don't want to take a prescription drug. Women who are pregnant need folic acid and other essential nutrients. If they're throwing up or not eating because of morning sickness, that impacts everyone's health."

That's what led Kaderali to found her company MOM Enterprises (, and work with an FDA compliant laboratory to create "Morning Sickness Magic," a natural supplement to treat morning sickness. From her decades of experience, Kaderali already knew of various natural remedies that worked, but she couldn't find them combined in a simple formula. So, she created it.

"This is the first formula to combine B6, ginger, and other anti-nausea ingredients," said Kaderali. "It's safe for mothers and their unborn babies -- obstetricians across the country are recommending it and distributing it to their patients. It's actually been the best selling morning sickness formula in the U.S. for the past 5 years. We've received tons of emails from expectant mothers who are so relieved that their morning sickness has disappeared."

About Roshan Kaderali

Kaderali is an RN with 40 years in healthcare, and Founder and CEO of MOM Enterprises, a California-based company which produces natural remedies in their Baby's Bliss and Mommy's Bliss products ( and

To interview Roshan Kaderali or to request "Mommy's Bliss Morning Sickness Magic," contact Rachel Friedman at 727-443-7115, ext. 206 or e-mail Please include your name, publication, and mailing address with your request

Contact Information: Contact: Rachel Friedman (727) 443-7115 x 206