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Vomiting is actually not entirely a bad thing. It’s only a sign of something else and your body often vomits in a bid to keep itself safe. While most cases of nausea and vomiting are uncomplicated and mild, there are some instances where it can be a deadly sign of something worse to come, really taxing your body and draining yourself out. In latter cases, it goes without saying that a visit to the doctor is what is necessary. Such events can only be handled by a trained medical professional and you will need medical intervention to diagnose and cure the underlying problem.
However, we all feel mildly nauseous and prone to vomiting from time to time. It could be the food we’ve eaten, a particularly strenuous activity or just a bad day for the stomach. These days are inevitable and we’ve all experienced them. The good news is that discomfort can be mitigated and the whole experience of vomiting can be suppressed to a certain degree.
The remedies listed in this article can also be effective for when you have an illness that presents itself with the relatively mild symptom of vomiting. They are all efficient and simple ways of keeping the discomfort to a minimum and making your recovery period as pain free as possible.
So then, let’s look at 8 home remedies you can try to counter nausea and vomiting:
Garlic and milk is a combination you might not have heard of, and you’ll be wishing you had because it’s very effective in curbing the sensation of vomiting. You may have been advised before to take garlic or milk individually, but they form a much better counter by working together.
The application of this treatment is simple. Take a few cloves of garlic and mash them well into a paste. Add this paste to a container with milk that is boiling. Let the milk boil for a few minutes, stir well and let it cool. Drink this milk. This can be drunk a few times a day and will bring immediate relief.
Ginger, unlike the garlic and milk combination, is an extremely well-known food that people turn to for their nausea relief. It has been used for that purpose for many, many years and that it continues to be sought after for relief from vomiting only goes to show how effective it is at achieving that goal.
You can make some ginger tea, either by yourself or with flavoured tea bags. You can also mix ginger juice with water or lemon juice and drink that.
Cinnamon is a fabulous spice with a vast array of benefits. Today’s focus is on its great ability to keep the vomiting sensation down. It is perfect for those conditions which include stomach problems.
Take half a teaspoon or one teaspoon of cinnamon powder and add it to some boiling water. Let this mixture boiling. Stir, strain and drink.
Curry leaves can be used in making a light drink with honey and lemon that greatly soothes the stomach.
Take a bunch of curry leaves and turn them into a paste. Extract the juice from this and mix it with a teaspoon of lemon juice and a teaspoon of honey. Drink this mixture a few times a day.
Apple cider vinegar is what you should be looking to if it’s bacteria that’s causing the illness. It is a strong antimicrobial agent, being acidic, and can really ease the pain.
Mix a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and add it to a cup of water. Drink this a few times a day and you’ll feel much better.
These remedies will go a long way in making you feel better. If it’s a mild and run-of-the-mill upset stomach, then you must most definitely try one of these remedies. You won’t regret it.
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