Most people have experienced nausea at one time or another in their lives. It is that very familiar, unpleasant sensation which makes you feel as though you are going to vomit. Nausea can be caused by many different diseases and treatments including infection, liver disease, inner ear disorder, pregnancy, cancer and anti-cancer treatment. In most cases persistent nausea requires a medical evaluation. There are many strong, safe and effective traditional medicines your medical professional can prescribe for nausea which work very well. However, with the herbal industry becoming ever so popular, more and more people are turning to alternative medicine to see if some of their symptoms can be improved with herbs.
Several different herbs have been shown to help in relieving nausea associated with motion sickness, pregnancy and chemotherapy. Ginger, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Papaya, Green Tea with cites and lemon.
All of these herbs have been ‘Generally Recognised as Safe’ (GRAS) for food use in the US and Europe. There have been no serious adverse effects reported with any of these herbs when they are used in moderation. Sucking lollipops which contain small amounts of these herbs is a very safe and soothing way to deal with nausea.
Although it is not understood exactly how these herbs work to relieve nausea, it is thought they have a local soothing and antispasmodic effects on the stomach. Additionally, papaya contains natural substances called enzymes which help in the digestion of food, while citrus flavours and cinnamon have been found helpful as appetite stimulants.
Nausea associated with cancer treatments can be particularly debilitating. We recommend using Queasy Drops along side your anti-sickness medications from your doctor to help keep nausea well controlled.
One box is included in most cancer gift packs but often one is not enough. The box in our gift packs have 12 lozenges this tin has 21 lozenges. These are hard to come by as they are imported from the United States of America.
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