Emetrol in the Media
July 2013: U.S. Pharmacist
WellSpring Introduces new Emetrol® Packaging
Wellspring announced the introduction of new packaging for Emetrol, an established OTC medication for relieving nausea associated with upset stomach. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has named Emetrol "one of the staples of a well-stocked home pharmacy." Unlike antacids, Emetrol is intended specifically for nausea. It works by quieting the stomach muscle contractions that can lead to vomiting. Emetrol contains no antihistamines, alcohol, aspirin, or caffeine.
September 2012: Consultant magazine reports on what sets Emetrol apart as a practical addition to any family's medicine cabinet.
Emetrol®: A Tried-and-True Nausea Remedy for the Entire Family (PDF 852k)
June 2012: Emetrol has been named by U.S. News & World Report and Pharmacy Times as the #1 pharmacist-recommended brand of nausea remedies for 2012-2013.
Pharmacist Picks: Top Stomach and GI Products
September 2011: Doctors Walter Larimore and Brian Hemstreet write about Emetrol, the "60 year young" nausea remedy, in Contemporary Pediatrics.
Phosphorated Carbohydrate Solutions in Nausea Care. A Contemporary Look at a Legacy Treatment
September 2009: This article published in Pharmacy Times takes a more clinical look at nausea and treatment options, including Emetrol.
The Pharmacist's Role in Treating Nausea and Vomiting (PDF 111k)