March 9, 2007

Home remedies for vomiting and nausea


When you feel nauseous or when a little overindulgence over the previous night’s meal has resulted in expelling the contents of your stomach in the form of vomiting, instead of rushing to the doctor, try out some of these ‘quick fixes’ from grandma’s scrapbook.
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* Drink juice of tulsi (basil) leaves mixed with a little cardamom powder.
* Chew on some cumin seeds (jeera).
* Crush onions. Smell the crushed pieces; take a deep breath and let the aroma sink in.
* Cut a lemon. Squeeze the juice into a cup full of water and drink it.
* Dissolve spoonfuls of sugar in lemon juice and keep sipping the juice slowly for a considerable length of time. This will stop vomiting.
* Press out the juice of neem leaves and dilute it with water. Shake the mixture vigorously. Sip this preparation; this stops vomiting.
* Burn the skin of cardamom into ashes. Make a paste of this ash with water and add a little honey and take it. This will stop vomiting.
* Mix ½ tsp of cardamom powder and two tbsp of honey with a cup of tender coconut water. Take this internally once in a day; thrice a day if the vomiting is severe.
* Make a fine powder of cinnamon(dalchini). To ½ a tsp of this powder add a few drops of honey and take this preparation twice or thrice at an interval of 10-15 minutes. This stops vomiting.
* Pound one onion and 7-8 corns of black pepper and squeeze out the juice through a piece of cloth. Have this juice to stop vomiting.



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28 comments:

  1. Home Remedies for nausea and vomiting -with Cloves
    Relieves nausea, prevents vomiting. Reduces gastrointestinal spasms. Expels gas, bloating; antibacterial and antiviral, eliminates parasites. A few drops of the oil or infusion may be taken for quick nausea relief.

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  2. Anonymous4:34 PM

    When you have an upset stomach and you are feeling nauseated, take a carbonated drink-Seltzer, club soda, Perrier or some ginger ale.If you don't have any of those, and you're not on a sodium-restricted diet, mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 8 ounces of cold water and drink slowly. Within a few minutes, you should burp and feel better.

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  3. unknown4:48 PM

    Drink 1 cup of yarrow tea (available at health food stores). This herb is known to stop nausea in next to no time. It's also wonderful for helping tone up the digestive system.
    You can treat it by having two capsules of ginger root. It will give you a quick relief and depending how severe is your nausea.

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  4. Ananya5:44 PM

    Take half a cup of onion juice mixed with two teaspoons of honey for relief from cough, nausea & vomiting.

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  5. Sharada6:01 PM

    Ginger ale is very good.

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  6. Anonymous6:03 PM

    Ginger tea is known to be effective in reducing nausea. If for some reason ginger tea may not work, you can also try out wormwood tea which can be simply prepared by adding a teaspoon of dried wormwood leaves to a cup of hot water

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  7. unknown11:05 AM

    drink ginger tea

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  8. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Relieve nausea with two pinches of cardamom and 1/2 teaspoons of honey mixed into 1/2 cup of plain yogurt,

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  9. Papaya Prevents nausea (includes morning sickness and motion sickness).

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  10. Vanamala9:00 AM

    Cloves also help with nausea, especially the type caused during traveling, so it helps to have a few cloves along with some green cardamom in the handbag.
    In cooking, I love cloves in Gujarati kadhi besides the dishes that you have already covered.

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  11. Anonymous9:51 AM

    Take an advil, drink a cup of tea and take a hot bath. Maybe even drink a small cup of coffee too.. I read that caffeine helps ease post workout stress.

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  12. Datta4:08 PM

    Ginger appears to soothe the stomach, relieve intestinal
    cramps, and reduce inflammation and pain. Ginger may prevent nausea,
    vomiting, motion sickness, and dizziness (including vertigo). Ginger may
    be helpful in treating excessive vomiting during pregnancy. Some well designed
    studies indicate that ginger is effective in preventing and lessening nausea,
    but others do not

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  13. Joyal9:29 AM

    Take a teaspoon of baking soda and half a juice glass of water. Mix it real good and drink it down.It balances the ph in your stomach and makes you feel better. It is also good for acid and gas in your stomach,makes a good toothpaste, rinse your mouth with it and it will kill bad breath.

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  14. Savita10:49 AM

    You can use over the counter medicines, drink clear liquids, and eat bland foods to get rid of nausea. Plenty of rest is also a good remedy.

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  15. Suhani10:06 AM

    you could try ginger tea.

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  16. Use scopolamine

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  17. WAJID9:44 AM

    To help ease a severe bout of vomiting warm 1/2 cup of vinegar, saturate a washcloth in it and place the moist cloth on your bare abdomen. Put a hot water bottle on top of the cloth for extra relief.Also drink a cup of chamomile tea to calm your stomach and stop vomiting.

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  18. Alaka8:57 AM

    Papaya Prevents nausea.

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  19. Gouri3:34 PM

    Consuming food more than your required share would cause this problem.

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  20. Expert9:53 AM

    Ginger is good. The drug store has ginger pops that pregnant women suck on when they have nausea due to being pregnant. Try antacids too.
    Pepcid helps.

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  21. Urmila9:54 AM

    Breathe opposite to what you normally do.
    In through your mouth, out through your nose.
    And drink water from the tap, it really helps for some strange reason, better than bottled water.

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  22. Anonymous9:58 AM

    Ginger really helps with nausea caused by upset stomach, virus, gas and also for morning sickness. It's my favorite remedy because I love the taste of crystallized ginger. Usually one little 1/2" to 3/4" slice works. Or 1/4 tsp. powdered ginger in 6 oz hot water, with a bit of honey.

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  23. Mukti9:42 AM

    digestive enzymes.
    Also chamomile tea or licorice
    and colostrum (tablets or powder)
    are very soothing to an upset
    digestive system.

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  24. Pavani9:44 AM

    Ginger and Aloe Vera are two herbs that naturally soothe the stomach and DGL Ginger is most commonly used for nausea
    OR
    Try some mints
    OR
    Peppermint oil

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  25. Anonymous2:41 PM

    Drink ice cold water and get some fresh air-open the window. And take it as a lesson not to over eat again

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  26. Vishnu3:35 PM

    sucking a hard boiled sweet, parsley, fresh air

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  27. Vareendra3:36 PM

    Try ginger root capsules. Available in any vitamin shoppe. Depending on ur weight u
    take a couple a times a day.

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  28. Nausea can often be helped with more digestive enzymes from more fruit and vegetables to improve your digestion.

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