Without a doubt, ginger is the best stomach woe cure. Taken in any form, it will relieve nausea. If you're traveling, take along ginger sticks or crystallized ginger instead of travel sickness pills or patches. Studies show ginger to be more effective than any potion you purchase at the pharmacy. Skip the ginger ales, or any other sodas. Much of today's ginger ale is absent its curative ginger.
2. Cranberry Juice
Cranberry Juice is generally easy on your digestive tract and effective for many cases of nausea.
3. Apple Cider Vinegar
Adding 1 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar plus 1 Tbsp of raw honey mixed in 1 cup of water generally helps nausea. Can be hot or cold to drink.
4. Pickle or Cabbage Juice
Both works almost immediately on nausea and pain. This helps cure nausea and vomiting. Brew aniseed into a tea by putting 1/4 teaspoon in 1/2 cup boiling water. Steep for five minutes. Strain and drink once a day. Or sprinkle some aniseed on mild vegetables such as carrots or pumpkin. If your stomach will tolerate fruits during or just after a bout of nausea or vomiting, try aniseed on baked apples or pears.
Juice an onion to make 1 teaspoon. Mix with 1 teaspoon grated ginger and take for nausea.
9. Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Baking soda in glass of warm water (don't use this method if you're pregnant)
10. Lemon or Lime
Suck on a wedge of lemon or lime. For an immediate nausea/vomiting stopper, mix 1 cup water, 10 drops lime juice, and 1/2 teaspoon sugar. Then add 1/4 teaspoon baking soda and drink.
on Ice Chips or Ice Cubes or Frozen fruits can also help ease nausea.
Karen Foster is a holistic nutritionist, avid blogger, with five kids and an active lifestyle that keeps her in pursuit of the healthiest path towards a life of balance.