Remedies For Nausea: Favorite Remedy is Peppermint and Ginger

by Vicki Zerbee on 2014/02/05

remedies for nausea

Home remedies for nausea are great to have on hand because often nausea will come unexpectedly.  You can get nausea at all ages and for lots of different reasons such as:  a minor upset stomach, digestion problems, a virus, food allergies, food poison, pregnancy, side effects from medications, and I’m sure lots more.

Do you get queasy when you travel:  in cars or boats, on airplanes, or amusement park rides? Motion sickness, also called car sickness, airsick or seasick, is actually a disturbance in your ear but can be felt pretty strong in your stomach.  It is the repeated motion that affects your balance and equilibrium, and you want to get rid of it quick.

Home Remedies

Some words of advice I have heard that can help when you have nausea are to sip on clear liquids (especially if you have vomited so that you don’t get dehydrated), resting, over-the-counter meds, and different kinds of herbs for more natural relief from nausea.

The herbs peppermint, ginger, fennel and anise have helped to calm stomachs for centuries – that’s a pretty long time wouldn’t you say.  The fact that they’re great for motion sickness and have no side effects is very comforting.  I had no idea so many people suffer from motion sickness.  When you’re feeling nausea your stomach is not quite right, and if you’ve ever had it you know you want it to pass quickly.

My favorite natural remedy for nausea has all four of the herbs beneficial for nausea:  peppermint, ginger, fennel and anise.  They are formulated in a very unique formula made by the #1 Natural Nutrition Company in America.  Stomach Soothing Complex is loved by many people for a couple of reasons:  it works so well and it’s fast acting.

Peppermint and Ginger

The two main ingredients are peppermint and ginger. Both are well known as being natural remedies for digestion problems.

Peppermint is the most touted of the mint family and gets its medicinal benefits from menthol that is a cooling pain killer.

Ginger has been studied alongside the over-the-counter drug Dramamine for treating nausea. I could not find where researchers understand exactly how it works, but that it helps soothe the stomach and also helps your food get digested better. It is also beneficial for gas, indigestion, bloating and cramping.

Synergistic Herbs

Fennel and anise are added to Stomach Soothing Complex because this brand loves formulating multiple ingredients that act synergistically together in order to work better at giving you relief.

Both fennel and anise can help soothe your digestive tract and are beneficial for heartburn as well. The Chinese people have fennel as a pharmaceuticala drug.

Side Benefits

To recap, in addition to getting help for your nausea, you get some digestive help as well. If you ever have indigestion, heartburn, bloating, cramping, motion sickness or nausea, have some Stomach Soothing Complex in your medicine cabinet ready to help.

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Note:  Before you think about buying a product from the #1 Natural Nutrition Company in America, read:  Why Shaklee.

We wrote about stomach and digestion problems here also:  Digestive Fire.

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