Ginger is a great remedy for nausea and vomiting. Eat ginger in any form – fresh, extract or crystals to get relief from nausea. Make yourself a cup of ginger tea, bite into ginger sticks or eat a ginger cookie for relief.
Chamomile has anti-spasmodic properties. This makes a cup of chamomile tea a soothing treatment for a stomach upset that includes abdominal cramping, bloating, and gas. It has a mild pleasant taste with a hint of “apple” flavor.
There are all different kinds of mint tea available. The most common are peppermint, spearmint, and wintergreen. They all contain menthol, a volatile oil. Menthol is the component that gives mint that “cooling” sensation. Mint tea is anti-spasmodic, so will aid in relieving gas, cramping and bloating. Additionally, menthol has muscle relaxant properties that can help reduce vomiting.
4. Drink Plenty Of Water
Severe bouts of vomiting can be dangerous for the body. Loss of water from the body can lead to intense dehydration and resultant symptoms. In order to prevent the body from getting dehydrated, drink plenty of water so that your fluid balance will remain intact.
Cloves are used for treating symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, indigestion and vomiting. Take a teaspoon of cloves and boil along with one cup of water. Allow it to simmer for ten minutes. Strain the water and drink whenever you feel like vomiting. The aroma and flavour of cloves too can create immediate relief from vomiting.
Onion juice can be used for treating vomiting. Extract a teaspoon of onion juice and drink it as soon as you start feeling like vomiting. Onion juice can be mixed with ginger juice to make it more strong as both these ingredients will exert their individual potency on your body and emerge winners.
7. Drink Lemon Juice
Lemon juice is fortified with all the right vitamins and minerals that can halt vomiting with a single dose. Vitamin C, proteins, magnesium, calcium, vitamin B and other nutrients are great ways by which you can revive the energy that is lost after a fit of vomiting.