RayIsles shipping orders with protective measures

Minneapolis, Apr 7, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - RayIsles, the maker and distributor of NaturCress Heartburn Supplement, is continuing to ship orders and is using measures to protect customers.

"We are open for business but working from home and wearing masks and gloves while packing orders," said Clyde Hanson, RayIsles co-founder. "As part of the essential food industry we are continuing to keep our online retail customers supplied." According to the Council for Responsible Nutrition, current science shows no evidence that the coronavirus can be acquired through the consumption of a dietary supplement or handling its packaging.

Stress can trigger heartburn so the need for NaturCress is strong. Stay-at-home comforts such as tacos, pizza, onions, peppers, citrus, mint, chocolate, coffee, wine, soda, smoking, and large meals also trigger occasional heartburn. The recent recall of heartburn medicines with ranitidine is also increasing demand for alternative remedies that are more natural.

Sleep is important to health and night-time heartburn interferes with getting to sleep for 69% of those with occasional heartburn in a user study conducted for RayIsles. By addressing heartburn NaturCress helps people get to sleep easier.

NaturCress is an innovation that delivers relief for occasional heartburn without risky drugs or chalky taste. Its natural raw garden cress seed and zinc in fast-action vegan capsules work on heartburn in 2-ways. Zinc also supports the body's immune defenses.

NaturCress continues to be available online at NaturCress.com, Amazon.com, and Walmart.com.


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