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  Morning Sickness Nausea Remedies


For relief of morning sickness and nausea homeopathic spray, ginger, vitamin B-6, peppermint leaf extract


Almost two thirds of pregnant women take natural remedies to alleviate morning sickness. Femhealth offers a variety of natural options to help with morning sickness.

It is important to know that some women have severe morning sickness that can result in severe dehydration, rapid weight loss and hospitalization. Hyperemesis Gravidarum is potentially life-threatening with potential harm for the newborn.

The good news is that morning sickness expelling or avoiding certain foods during the early months of pregnancy also serves to protect the mother and embryo from foodborne illnesses and toxins, especially when the fetus is most sensitive to disruption. Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is generally associated with a lower rate of miscarriage.

Morning sickness usually peaks exactly at the right time in development when the embryo is most susceptible to chemical disruption. It is important to listen to your body and avoid foods that make you vomit.

Researchers found evidence that nausea and vomiting in pregnancy is associated with high intake of sugar, alcohol, oils and meat. In contrast, cereals were least likely to trigger sickness.

Morning Sickness Relief - Homeopathic Oral Spray

Indications for Use: For fast relief of morning sickness, nausea, vomiting, belching, excess saliva, sinking feeling in stomach, tiredness, weakness, sensitivity to noise, and emotional sensitivity.

Morning Sickness Ingredients: Aletris Farinosa Amygdalus Persica Colchicum Autumnale Cucurbita Pepo, Semen Ferrum Metallicum Ipecacuanha Lycopodium Clavatum Nux Vomica Phosphorus Pulsatilla Tabacum. Each ingredient is in equal volumes of 10x, 30x, and 100x potencies in a pure water base.

10-221 Morning Sickness Relief 2 fl oz spray pump $18.95



Peppermint Drops


Peppermint Drops help with morning sickness nausea and gets rid of that icky taste in your mouth.

Peppermint Leaf Extract contains volatile oils and other ingredients that absorb intestinal gas, reduces nausea, calms an upset stomach, helps prevent diarrhea and constipation, aids digestion, prevents heartburn and freshens your breath.

Peppermint is one of the best-known remedies for stomach problems. It is used for both chronic and acute indigestion, gastritis and acts in two distinct ways to remedy these problems. Peppermint enhances digestive activity by stimulating contractile activity in the gallbladder, and encourages the secretion of bile. Peppermint also normalizes gastrointestinal activity and reduces cramps.

Peppermint Drops can be used orally directly in the mouth or they can be used for their delightful aroma by placing a drop or two under the nose. Put a couple of drops on a tissue to carry around with you or put some drops in your bath water.

47-27 Peppermint Drops 4 fl oz $24.95


B-6 Vitamins


B-6 Vitamins help with nausea, especially morning sickness. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend taking Vitamin B-6 as a first-line treatment for morning sickness.

Vitamin B-6 is one of the more studied nutrients for morning sickness. Several well-designed studies have shown that vitamin B-6 can reduce nausea and vomiting within one week of use. One trial gave pregnant women 75 mg per day of vitamin B-6 or a placebo for three days. Women with moderate to severe morning sickness experienced a significant reduction in symptoms, while women taking placebo experienced no change. In another, larger study, pregnant women were given 30 mg of vitamin B-6 per day or placebo for five days, with similar results. The findings from these studies suggest that oral vitamin B-6 may help alleviate symptoms of nausea and vomiting.

Ingredients: Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride). For morning sickness, take half a tablet twice a day.

83-2 B-6 Vitamins 100mg 120 tablets $12.95






Ginger


Ginger has been used to treat nausea for thousands of years. A 2005 review of several studies concludes that ginger may be a safe and effective treatment for women suffering from the morning sickness of pregnancy, reports Obstetrics and Gynecology (2005;105:84956).

The results of these studies suggest that ginger is a safe and effective treatment for nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. No increase in birth defects has been reported in research studies that used ginger, nor in cultures where approximately 1 gram of ginger is used daily in the diet.

Research on ginger has shown that capsules containing ground ginger in the amount of 250 mg, taken four times per day, effectively treats morning sickness. In one of these trials, 88% of the women taking ginger felt less nauseated, while only 28% of the women taking placebo had any benefit. The results showed that ginger significantly reduced nausea and vomiting. No significant side effects occurred. Ginger tea may also be helpful.

FH-84-1 Ginger 550mg 100 capsules $11.95








GINGER TEA FOR MORNING SICKNESS


This ginger tea is an awesome healing for all female organs and the intestines, as well as for stressed nerves and a sluggish metabolism. It can be found in the produce section of most grocery stores.



  • a thumb-sized piece of ginger

  • 2 cups (1/2 l) milk

  • 1 cup (1/4 l) water


Peel the ginger and grate or slice very fine. Simmer very slowly for about 20 minutes in the water. Now add up to 2 cups (1/2 l) milk and let it boil up. Remove from the heat and sweeten with honey. Ginger tea is often taken in small sips over the course of the day, as required. In the morning and before meals it stimulates digestion; on cold winter afternoons it warms and protects from flu. Many women also take the tea after abdominal surgery and hysterectomies.

Ginger tea is so effective against ailments of the reproductive and digestive systems because it stimulates circulation and supports a good blood supply to these organs. Bloating can be treated with this tea, by adding a pinch of cinnamon. In the presence of stomach ulcers, however, modest amounts of this tea are recommended and the quantity of ginger can be cut down. Ginger Tea is a fantastic remedy for morning sickness nausea.


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