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Feeling a bit funny? Get rid of that nauseous feeling
This just takes five minutes, and you will start feeling better enough to get help. Works whenever you have nausea due to pregnancy, travel or just general under-the-weather-ness. Read more

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Lemon, Salt and Sugar Tea
Drink a tea mixture made of Lemon, Salt and Sugar and Water. Drink it every few hours until the nausea goes Read more

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Saltine Crackers
Eating saltine crackers throughout the day helps get rid of nausea. Read more

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Ginger tea
Cut a couple of small pieces of fresh ginger, pop in cup and add boiling water. Drink when it has cooled slightly. This seems to really help when feel nauseous. Read more

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Salty food
When feeling nauseous or sea sick, eat salty foods such as potato chips. Read more

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Peppermint
Suck on a peppermint (leaves or candy) when you feel nauseous. Read more

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Feeling sick
I've struggled with IBS for years and I often feel very bad nausea because of it. I have found a great tip is fresh ginger tea. If it is organic, you can leave the skin on, just wash it. Read more

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Ginger Cure for Nausea
When nausea comes (or morning sickness if you are pregnant), try ginger- either fresh ginger root or ginger candy Read more

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Motion Sickness: Chew Mint Gum
I suffer from motion sickness esp. in cars and boats. I find if I chew any mint gum it helps get rid of the nausea feeling Read more

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Chewing on raw ginger
By chewing on raw ginger, it promotes secretion of digestive juices that help neutralise stomach acid Read more

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Frozen Ginger Chips
When I was teaching at a school in Kenya this is what I got told to do when feeling ill. Apparently this is good during pregnancy swell. Read more

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7up/Sprite
Have a 7Up/Sprite to settle your stomach Read more

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Acupressure point P6
Place 3 fingers of your opposite hand onto the centre of your wrist, from your fourth finger, going down to your index. Use your thumb to press into the point where the index was touching. Keep... Read more

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