Home Remedies For Nausea
Peppermint is considered to be an excellent cure for nausea. Although it has long been associated with the relief of indigestion and travel sickness, how it works is little understood. It is believed to work by relaxing the oesophageal sphincter and equalising gastric pressures. Buy readymade peppermint tea bags or put four drops of peppermint oil, found with the cookery ingredients in the supermarket, in some hot water and let it cool. Drink slowly for quick relief from nausea. Infuse some fresh mint from the garden and drink sweetened with honey.
Peppermint or chamomile tea is capable of getting rid of the nauseating feeling.
Boil half cup of rice in 1 cup water for about 10-20 minutes. Consume the rice water after draining the rice from it.
Drink alfalfa, basil, catnip, ginger, peach leaf, peppermint, red raspberry, or slippery elm tea.
Boil 250ml of fresh, whole milk, 25ml of ginger juice (made from crushing fresh ginger) and 25g of brown sugar for 10 minutes. Sip slowly while it's still hot.
Take vitamin B6 and wild yam as a preventative measure.
Perhaps the simplest of all these home remedies for nausea, but not necessarily the least effective. Peel an orange and bruise the skin by twisting and crushing it with your fingers. Hold the skin to your nose and sniff the scent.
You should consume 1/2 tsp grounded cumin seed to find relief from nausea and vomiting.
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