Carex introduces Apex all-in-one medication organizer and pill splitter
NORWELL, Mass. — Carex Health Brands is launching an all-in-one medication organizer and pill splitter under its Apex brand.
Apex’s medication station features the ultra pill splitter with blade guard safety, two removable seven-day medication organizers with Bubble-Lok technology and a nonslip base that holds everything together. All parts are removable for travel, filling or cleaning.
Apex’s all-in-one medication organizer and pill splitter carries a suggested retail price of $9.99.
Everett Labs launches supplement to support ovulation function
WEST ORANGE, N.J. — Everett Labs on Monday announced the launch of Pregnitude, a dietary supplement that helps support ovulation function and menstrual cycle regularity for women who are interested in conceiving.
“There is a tremendous need for support of couples having difficulty conceiving," said Scott Eder, Everett medical director. "They’re often left frustrated and anxious, and the stress can compound the problem. Pregnitude can help support ovulation function, menstrual cycle regularity and quality of eggs during this difficult time.”
The supplement is formulated with myo-inositol, a naturally occurring substance produced in the body that belongs to the vitamin B complex group and is found naturally in such foods as fruits, cereals with high bran content, nuts and beans, the company stated.
Pregnitude is a powder formulation that is mixed with water and taken twice a day, in the morning and evening.
According to the company, controlled clinical studies have demonstrated that supplementation with myo-inositol has a beneficial effect on ovulatory function, improving ovulation frequency, promoting menstrual cycle regularity and improving the quality of oocytes, or immature eggs.
TJL Enterprises launches homeopathic gas remedy for children
LONG BEACH, Calif. — TJL Enterprises on Wednesday introduced Tummy Calm, a natural gas relief remedy for infants and children. The homeopathic remedy provides relief of stomach aches and the accompanying gas, bloating and cramping, the company said.
“Parents can feel good about giving Tummy Calm for safe, gentle and quick relief of these very common complaints in children,” TJL Enterprises president Jacqueline Lawrence said. “As a mother, I set out to create what I believe is the smart alternative to simethicone, which, for years was the go-to for parents and pediatricians. Whether produced by air swallowed during eating or from crying, stomach aches brought on by nerves, or from foods or drinks that do not agree, Tummy Calm naturally helps soothe little digestive systems.”
Comprised of nine homeopathic ingredients, the 2-oz. bottle contains between 24 and 48 doses. Tummy Calm retails for a suggested $17.95 per bottle.