I don’t need to describe the feeling of nausea since it is likely that you have experienced it at least once.
This discomfort in the abdomen is often ending with vomiting. What can you do to relieve that awful feeling and calm down the stomach?
I will tell you which tea for nausea and vomiting is appropriate for you to drink. Among the factors that can cause vomiting reflex is the smell and the taste.
This can only be particularly pronounced during the first months of pregnancy.
Certain foods can cause it at that time. Food poisoning can also end with severe vomiting when the body wants to get rid of harmful bacteria.
OK, let’s see the teas that will help you in this kind of situation.
What causes vomiting?
Gallbladder disease, infection with certain viruses or migraine attacks can occur as its cause.
Head injury, severe pain, or feelings (fear) can cause it also. Dizziness and driving (travel sickness) are often blamed for feeling sick.
Last but not least, some changes in the body such as eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia) should not be neglected.
What tea is good for nausea and vomiting?
You have the possibility to treat nausea and irritated stomach with herbs and spices. Anise, fennel, and cumin originate from the same plant family.
The seed of these plants act antibacterial, release cramps and relieve nausea. They are effective even in the case of hypersensitivity to certain foods. Here are the details.
Anise tea has a specific smell and taste, and extremely positive properties for human health. Children love the sweet taste of it.
Almost all world cultures use anise. In Indian restaurants, you get a spoonful of anise after a meal, which eliminates the bloating problems.
It calms the stomach, regulates digestion and reduces bloating. In addition to the plant, seeds contain essential oil, proteins, and carbohydrates that are also effective.
The dominant component of essential oil is trans-ethanol, which gives a specific aroma and a sweet taste to the drink. It contains vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.
Take a teaspoon of anise and cook it in the milk for 10 minutes. When the preparation cools, strain it and add a tablespoon of honey. Drink it several times a day.
If you don’t like milk, or don’t digest it well, pour the spoon of anise with boiling water and let the preparation stand for about 15 minutes before drinking it.
Fennel is known all over the world. It is an important spice in culinary, and an indispensable part of folk medicine. It is an excellent vegetable.
Fennel tea (from seeds) is a good agent against gastric disorders and tension in domestic medicine. It works calmly in small children.
Fennel seeds seem to be similar to cumin seeds, but they differ only in the fact that they are slightly greener.
They have a rich, bitter-sweet taste, which is very similar to the taste of anise seeds, just a bit stronger.
As in ancient times, today fennel water is also suitable for eye baths. Distilled oil from fennel seeds is used in healing and in the perfume preparation.
People use the plant in candies. They also make fennel honey, which cures cough and has a good name in the alcohol industry.
Cumin tea has a characteristic strong taste, which is slightly sweet, sharp, and even bitter at the end. Cumin seeds contain essential oils.
Carvone is the most known essential oil in cumin. Carvone oil promotes the formation of gastric juices, soothes the intestines, prevents tension and gases.
Because of these characteristics, it is recommended in a combination with anise for babies with cramps, and a tense stomach.
Warm and unsweetened cumin drink was used in folk medicine as one of the most effective anti-vomiting products; it was also used for digestive cramps, tension, and strong gases.
Cumin upsets the intestinal muscles to stretch and eliminate gases that occur when food is decomposed.
It is an herb that irritates, opens, heats, strengthens the stomach, and stimulates digestion.
It contains essential oils, sugar, starch, and salt, and its volatile oil promotes the functioning of the stomach and gall bladder.
Also, note that the anise and fennel tea should not be consumed daily (not even in children).
Seeds that help with stomach problems
These 3 seeds are great when you have nausea or even vomiting. Each of these seeds will help you to calm the stomach and prevent vomiting.
You can get each seed tea or get the mixture. If you are buying ready-made tea blends, it’s best to choose ecological.
Tea for nausea and vomiting should contain at least one of these seeds due to their soothing effect on the stomach.
Drink them slowly, sip by sip. I should stress out that chamomile isn’t appropriate in this condition no matter that it has a calming effect.
If your health problems last for a longer time then you should visit a doctor.