Let food be your medicine! In India, food has been used to cure minor ailments for years. Learn how you can cure aches and pains, lifestyle conditions, minor skin and hair problems and common ailments at home!
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Vomiting is a physical process where the stomach contents get expelled due to severe contraction of the muscles of stomach. Most of the time, it is spontaneous reflex of the body triggered by overeating, indigestion, food poisoning, stomach infection, intestinal infection, flu or diseases like cholera, stomach cancer, intestinal obstruction , or many other problems. In some cases, vomiting occurs as a symptom of major disorders.
Vomiting Roast some cardamom and make its powder. Add some honey to this mixture and eat it. This is very effective in stopping vomiting.
Avoid eating the foods that don't suit you.
If you eat out then ensure hygiene.
Avoid eating fried, greasy and sweet food.
Eat and drink slowly.
Don't mix hot and cold food.
Avoid activities after food.
Cranberry juice- Avoiding solid food for a day is sometimes recommended when you're nauseated and vomiting, But don't give up the fluids. Drink cranberry juice during your fast. It's generally easy on your digestive tract.
Lemon juice- Mix 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon lemon juice together. This cure comes with a folk: Dip your finger into the mix and lick it off so that you take it in slowly.
Lime juice- For an immediate nausea/vomiting stopper, mix 1 cup water, 10 drops of lime juice, and 1/2 teaspoon sugar. Then add 1/4 teaspoon baking soda and drink.
Milk- Don't drink it straight. Instead, try this vintage milk toast recipe for a bland food that's easy to eat when combating nausea and vomiting. Heat 1 cup milk until hot but not boiling. Put it in a bowl. Then take 1 piece of toast, slightly buttered, and crumble it into the milk. Eat slowly.
Onion- Juice an onion to make 1 teaspoon. Mix with 1 teaspoon grated ginger and take for nausea.
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