Posted on 11-21-2007
Filed Under (Health & Nutrition, Recipes &Cooking) by Charla

Do you ever feel nauseated from sinus drainage or maybe from taking medicine or a vitamin? Sometimes I will feel nauseated from taking a vitamin B or when I have sinus drainage. For some people, motion sickness is a real problem when they travel. And for the expectant mommy-to-be, morning sickness can be a regular daily experience. Well, just look in your spice rack and grab the ginger. I’ve read you can make tea with it using 1 tsp. of ginger with 1 cup boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, strain, and then drink. (I would need sweetener.) I have not tried the tea, but we do keep Ginger Snaps around most of the time. I can eat a couple of those and it really helps my nausea go away.

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1 - Meg the Florida Bargain Queen on 25 November, 2007 at 12:59 pm #

Ginger is great for nausea. I love ginger candies, especially plain ol’ crystallized ginger. Pickled ginger is also awesome.

Another great thing for nausea is peppermint oil. Just sniff from a bottle of it and the nausea leaves almost instantly.


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