Natural remedies for nausea or the urge to vomit
Nausea appears as a feeling of discomfort in the stomach, associated with the feeling of wanting to vomit. Although the most sensible thing to do is to consult a doctor to find out the cause of this nausea, there are also natural remedies to combat and relieve that feeling of wanting to vomit.
If the reason for the nausea is due to pregnancy, it is not recommended that you try these natural remedies until the doctor approves.
Ginger is a very effective remedy for nausea. We can take it in the form of cookies or natural sweets, or as an infusion mixing a small spoonful of ginger in a glass of hot water.
2.- Herbal Teas
Teas such as peppermint, chamomile, lemon and cinnamon. We can also try an infusion made with fresh ginger and lemon juice, or with a little cloves boiled in hot water.
3.- Digestive snacks
Digestive cookies, crackers, melba toast, golden graham and cheerios type honey cereals ...
4.- Fizzy drinks
Sprite, Seven-up, Coca-cola, ginger ale (Ginger Ale) ...
5.- Suck candy
Peppermint candies, sour candies ...
6.- Remedy 1 (honey, apple cider vinegar and water)
One tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and one tablespoon of honey, mixed in a glass of hot water. Drink the infusion in small sips (it can be hot or cold).
7.- Remedy 2 (bicarbonate and water)
This remedy not suitable for pregnant women. Mix half a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of hot water.
8.- Remedy 3 (juice from the pickle jar)
Sip the vinegary juice in the pickle jars.
9.- Remedy 4 (lemon, salt and water)
Mix some squeezed lemon juice in a glass of water and add a touch of salt. Drink the mixture in small sips.
10.- Remedy 5 (cumin, milk and / or yoghurt)
A small spoonful of cumin seeds mixed in a glass of milk or a yoghurt. We can also take the cumin seeds alone.
11.- Remedy 6 (popsicles, ice cubes ...)
We can suck on frozen foods such as popsicles, or ice cubes, to alleviate the feeling of nausea or the urge to vomit ...
12.- Remedy 7 (lemon wedge)
We can also suck on a lemon wedge to relieve the feeling of nausea.