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    Question Foods or Natural Remedies That Reduce and Eliminate Nausea

    Does anyone know of any?

    I've read that dry, starchy foods such as crackers, rice cakes, toast, dry cereal, and pretzels help to reduce nausea. Also citrus drinks or lemon sweets.

    Ginger has been proven to help against nausea according to a study involving chemotherapy patients.

    Anything else?
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    I have used Peppermint and Peppermint tea. It does work very well.


    My woman the fierce Redhead, says there is a herb called Cat's Claw that works, but is not as fast acting as Peppermint.
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    I've found that parsley leaves help a bit with settling a jazzy stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sissi View Post
    Ginger has been proven to help against nausea according to a study involving chemotherapy patients.

    Anything else?
    I agree with you on the ginger part; ginger can work miracles when your stomach just doesnt feel right, and it's also been scientifically proven.

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