1. Nausea

Nausea

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Nausea
Description:

Nausea is a feeling of sickness, particularly in the stomach and/or intenstines area, that is characterized by an unpleasant urge to vomit, although the victim may or may not actually eject contents from the stomach through the mouth. Besides vomiting, it may also be accompanied by sweating, chills, fatigue, loss of appetite, bloating, diarrhea, and/or trembling. Nausea can be brief or prolonged.

Treatment:

Ginger roots, preferrably fresh, should be peeled and shredded with claws, then ingested by the patient to relieve nausea. Dried or fresh chamomile flowers, caraway seedpods, comfrey leaves, feverfew leaves, peeled and shredded ginseng root, goldenrod leaves and flowers, goldenseal leaves and flowers, juniper berries, lavender flowers, raspberry leaves, thyme leaves, and water mint leaves and stems may also be ingested.

The patient should keep still as motion may cause increased intensity of nausea; lying on the side with as little pressure on the belly as possible is recommended. The patient should refrain from consuming an excessive amount of prey and liquids; fish and milk especially are to be avoided. Small amounts of water that are lapped up at intervals may help, but too much at one time is counterproductive.

Related Herbs: Apple, Chamomile, Comfrey, Feverfew, Goldenrod, Goldenseal, Juniper, Lavender, Raspberry, Thyme, Water Dock, Water Mint, Mint,
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