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Avi29

574d

I've been having difficulties with nausea lately and usually I use peppermint but I find it to not be working so well. Anyone have any tips? 😣

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    • wise

      574d

      ginger! literally just mix a 1:1:1 ratio of powdered ginger, brown sugar, and warm water. I tend to go for 1/2 teaspoon of each. Coat your tongue with honey and swallow the entire ginger mixture in one go. That's been the only thing that's ever helped me because I can't take antiemetics and the relief is just about instant. If you don't feel like being an alchemist, DGL (deglycerrhizinated licorice) is available at any health foods store, although it's a little expensive. You can also order it online

    • wise

      574d

      ginger! literally just mix a 1:1:1 ratio of powdered ginger, brown sugar, and warm water. I tend to go for 1/2 teaspoon of each. Coat your tongue with honey and swallow the entire ginger mixture in one go. That's been the only thing that's ever helped me because I can't take antiemetics and the relief is just about instant. If you don't feel like being an alchemist, DGL (deglycerrhizinated licorice) is available at any health foods store, although it's a little expensive. You can also order it online

      • Avi29

        574d

        @wise I'll have to try this, thanks so much! (who doesn't like being an alchemist?)

    • Natti1076

      574d

      Have you tried prescriptive options, like zofran?

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