Home Remedy Treatments for Nausea - Deepstash

Home Remedy Treatments for Nausea

  • Stick to clear liquids
  • Let it run its course.
  • Hit the bed
  • Don't drink alcohol.
  • Let it flow
  • Think pink.
  • Try a cold compress.
  • Maintain your electrolyte balance.

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Home Remedies from the Refrigerator:

  • Cranberry juice.
  • Lemon juice.
  • Lime juice.
  • Milk.
  • Onion.

Home Remedies from the Spice Rack:

  • Aniseed.
  • Cinnamon.
  • Clove.
  • Cumin.
  • Fennel.
  • Ginger.
  • Mint.

Home Remedies from the Cupboard:

  • Vinegar.

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What type of tea is good for nausea?

Without a doubt, ginger is the best stomach woe cure. Taken in any form, it will relieve nausea. 

Try ginger tea, gingerbread, or gingersnaps. If you're traveling, take along ginger sticks or crystallized ginger instead of travel sickness pills or patches.

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