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PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. — Psi Bands, stylish drug-free wristbands for the relief of nausea, were voted the most buzz-worthy product of the year at the Travel Goods Association trade show held in Las Vegas, the company announced earlier this month. The "Buzz Award" is given once per year to the product that has created the most "buzz" at the Travel Goods Show's New Products Pavilion as voted on by retailers and members of the press.
In addition to relieving motion sickness, Psi Bands provide nausea relief due to pregnancy (i.e., morning sickness), anesthesia and chemotherapy. Psi Bands are worn on both wrists at the Nei-kuan acupressure point.
Psi Bands come two to a set and sell for a suggested $14.99.