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Ginger For Nausea


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With the tornado trauma and my underactive thyroid, I gained weight. Yes, stress can cause one to gain a lot a weight. No matter how fine-tuned my diet was, how many calories I ate or what diet, or how much I exercised, I couldn’t lose the weight. So, I decided to create my own metabolism booster pills from researched herbs and spices. Let’s just say those hot herbs and spices burned my tummy out. Whew, I was on fire and I couldn’t blame my menopause. I needed something to cool those herbs and spices. That is where Ginger came into play.

Ginger was sitting back in my memory for quite some time. While working for the Nebraska Lottery, I had to observe the printing of Lottery scratch tickets. The smells in the plant gave me extreme nausea and my sweet lab tech figured out at 3:30 am in the morning that I was pregnant. She recommended using Ginger to calm my nausea. Ginger is commonly known for its digestive effects and is comprehensively studied. Many of us, especially chemo patients, have been told to use ginger ale for easing an upset stomach. A review of clinical trials found Ginger to be an actual option for relieving nausea and vomiting. In one study, ginger was found to be as effective as conventional medication for treating nausea and vomiting in postoperative patients.

Thus, many people have used ginger to help cure nausea from motion sickness, pregnancy, and chemotherapy. It also helps with bloating, constipation, and other gastrointestinal disorders. Its fast absorption and speedy regulation of body functions cures nausea without side effects of prescription medications.

Consider adding ginger to your foods, drinking fresh ginger juice, taking a ginger capsule, or inhaling diffused ginger essential oil to help with an upset stomach. Or if you are like me, add it to your turmeric pill and take after you exercise. Turmeric and Ginger complement each other and become a natural powerhouse of anti-inflammatory goodness.

are advice or medical diagnosis, or treatment. This information is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professionals. Always consult a healthcare professional first before trying any herbs and spices mentioned in this posting.

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