Here are five fast ways to relieve menstrual nausea safely and naturally:
1. Change your diet
That means no longer eating foods that can directly lead to nausea, foods like:
• Trans fats
• Packaged foods
• Processed foods
• Processed meats
• Carbonated beverages, both sugar free and regular
These foods are unhealthy anyway and you would be doing yourself a big favor by getting rid of them. You can replace these bad foods with these good foods:
• Protein foods such as beef, pork, turkey, chicken, lamb, buffalo, fish, eggs, shellfish, and dairy products
• Nuts and seeds
• Avocado, olive oil and coconut oil
• Herbs and herb teas
The truth is drinking ginger tea or chamomile tea to relieve menstrual nausea is a stop-gap approach, you are just treating the symptoms of your condition.
Your nausea will keep coming back. On the other hand, changing your diet can lead to real change and you may stop experiencing menstrual nausea at all.
2. Take Herbal Remedies for Menstrual Nausea
There are several herbal remedies that can provide menstrual nausea relief. Examples include: herbal colon cleanses and herbal liver cleanses.
Just remember when taking a colon cleanse that taking it for one week is not good enough. You need to take it for six weeks to get real benefit from it. Remember, many people have food from 8 or more meals in the colon, it takes time to remove that amount of waste.
Take an herbal colon cleanse for a week, then add an herbal liver cleanse and take both of those for six more weeks to get your body operating optimally.
What you very well may discover is that your nausea disappears. That’s because nausea is often caused by either a blocked color, a blocked liver or both.
Your goal should be to get to a point where you are having a bowel movement after every meal.
3. Take a Period Vitamin
Actually, regularly taking a period vitamin is a great way to prevent menstrual nausea. This is because a period vitamin will fill in gaps in your nutrition. But don’t just take the period vitamin when you begin to feel nauseous. Instead take it daily and this will prevent the vitamin and mineral deficiencies that can lead to nausea from ever occurring.
4. Take Home Remedies
Ginger tea remains a good home remedy to provide relief of nausea symptoms. You can also drink ginger ale. To make ginger tea, slice a ginger root thinly until you have a teaspoon full. Put the ginger in a coffee cup and all boiling water. Let it steep for five minutes and then drink. You can also add honey or lemon for taste if you like.
5. Take B Complex Vitamins
Another solution for nausea is to take B Complex vitamins. Specifically, vitamin B6 is great for dealing with nausea. You should take 50 mg. But here’s what most Internet sources won’t tell you: when taking a B vitamin it’s important to take all the B Complex vitamins together. The B vitamins always work together, and it’s a rule in the field of nutrition that B vitamin deficiencies are never found singly; only with other B vitamin deficiencies. Thus, if you are taking a 50 mg vitamin B6, add another 50 mg B complex formula that contains 50 mg vitamin B1, B2, and B6. Usually vitamin B3 dosage is double that of vitamin B1, B2, and B6.
By using one or more of these solutions you can get rid of menstrual nausea fast.