Natural remedies for Nausea
Nausea, treat naturally!
In this article I am going to discuss about natural remedies for Nausea, a stomach distress with distaste for food and an urge to throw up. Nausea generally occurs along with stomach ache, vomiting, headaches, stomach discomfort, feeling of restlessness, etc.
Nausea is a vague symptom, which can be caused by many diseases or illnesses or conditions. The treatment for Nausea depends on the causes. Generally, it occurs due to stomach problems. It is not a disease, but it may occur as a symptom due to a health condition. It may also be a symptom of serious diseases like heart attack, jaundice, kidney disorders, and sometimes related to chemotherapy, etc. In any case it is highly advisable to seek the help of a Medical Doctor before going with any home remedies.
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Natural remedies for Nausea -
Ginger helps in treating Nausea, so take it. (Persons taking anti-coagulant medications should not use this without consulting a Doctor).
Nausea and vomiting occur due to aggravation in stomach and due to increased acid secretion and irritation in gastric mucous membrane. So avoid oily and spicy foods.
Take fresh pineapple juice with a pinch of ginger and sugar.
Fast if you can for a day as it will give rest to the digestive system. People with blood sugar problems and other health conditions should not attempt this remedy.
Crush some cabbage, juice it and sip the juice for an hour.
Mint tea is advisable.
Take fresh lemon juice with a glass of water.
Pomegranate juice is also advisable as it relieves acidity.
Chew Cumin seeds.
Sugarcane juice is also beneficial. Again this remedy is not for people with blood sugar problems.
Avoid milk and dairy products.
Take powder of Cinnamon with a cup of boiling water and sip it.
Eat light and easily digestible foods.
Peppermint oil is also advisable.
Take 1 teaspoon Cumin seeds and a pinch of Nutmeg in a cup of hot water. Cool it down and drink the water. It will soothe the stomach.
Put a little piece of lemon with a little rock salt in the mouth and keep chewing it for some time daily.
Acupuncture and Yoga may give relief from nausea.
Sprinkle powder of cloves on food before eating it. Cloves should help to relieve nausea, vomiting and to expel gas from the body.
Add a little quantity of wheat germ in warm milk and drink it.
Cook ½ cup of rice in 3 cups of water. Once the rice gets cooked, take water out, cool it and drink it.
Put a piece of Clove in the mouth and chew on it.
Take Chamomile tea to treat stomach upset.
As I mentioned earlier, in most cases it is important to take advice of a medical professional. I hope the above natural remedies for nausea and related problems help all people that are trying to address this condition.
Dr. Veena Deo is an Ayurvedic Doctor in India. All the information provided and on supplements above and opinions expressed are her own and should not be construed as medical advice. This information is provided for educational purposes only. This article was originally published in International.To