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Nausea Relief

Nausea Relief 

Everyone experiences nausea at one point or another. Whether it's related to pregnancy, acid reflux, or cancer treatment, natural remedies may provide some nausea relief. Stocking up your pantry with natural treatments for nausea can help you sail through the worst of it next time.

Nausea arises in a variety of situations, and understanding the cause is important to deciding the most appropriate treatment. For example, pregnancy-related nausea requires a different response than nausea due to cancer treatment.

Pregnancy is a most crucial time for natural treatments. Especially in early pregnancy, when you want to avoid taking medications as much as possible, nausea can be draining and fatiguing. Most natural remedies will work during this stage, however. Every woman’s response is different, so it may take some experimenting to find out which natural treatment provides the greatest nausea relief.

This herbal combination was formulated specifically for morning sickness in pregnant mothers, but is helpful for any type of nausea, including travel sickness.

Maus' Nausea Relief Tincture is made from all organic or wildcrafted herbs, contain no caffeine, preservatives or additives, and are of the freshest and highest quality possible. The tincture comes in a regular alcohol-base or in a non-alcohol version, which is great for children or for those who simply prefer a non-alcohol product. Alcohol-based tinctures extract more of the medicinal properties of the herbs, making them a little more potent and effective, and are safe for use by pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. The amount of alcohol per dose is the equivalent of eating a very ripe banana.

Maus' Nausea Relief Tincture contains organic Ginger Root, Peppermint Leaf, Fennel Seed, Red Raspberry Leaf, Chamomile Blossom, Wild Yam Root and Dandelion Root. Ginger Root is one of the most effective herbs to prevent and relieve nausea of any kind. When used prior to traveling, for example, it will help prevent any travel-related stomach upset. Peppermint Leaf is soothing to the digestive system and also helps to relieve nausea. Fennel Seed is specific for relieving gas and indigestion, and for relaxing intestinal spasms. Red Raspberry Leaf is highly nutritive and helps to soothe nausea - morning sickness in particular. Chamomile is a relaxant, and is also used to relieve colic, indigestion, gas and its accompanying pain.  Wild Yam Root is an herb famous for relieving morning sickness, and Dandelion Root helps support liver health and function.

Note: Due to the Ginger Root, it is advised to test a small amount first. If the straight tincture is too spicy, it may be diluted in water and sipped as desired. 

Nausea Relief Tincture is safe for use by pregnant and nursing mothers. Although this product was formulated specifically for pregnant women and morning sickness, it will effectively relieve any type of nausea. The herbs in these products will bring immediate relief!

Suggestions for use: There are really no rules here, and no wrong way to take this tincture. As with all tinctures, there is nothing to prepare - it's ready for your immediate use. The herbs will go directly into your system if taken directly under the tongue, or you may add it to water to make an instant tea, or added to a water bottle to be sipped on throughout the day. Whatever you find that works for you best is perfect!  A general suggestion is to use two droppersful three times a day and adjust according to results.  It can be taken as a preventative as well as a curative, and it is safe to take on a frequent basis throughout the day, every day.  To use the tincture in a water bottle to sip throughout the day, start with four droppersful (squeezes) of tincture in a full bottle of water.  More can be added if needed (or less if that's preferred).  Again, there is no wrong way to do this - experiment with it until you find the right balance for you. 

Keep in mind that morning sickness can be very elusive - what works one day might not work the same the next, so you can safely and effectively experiment and take what works for you on any given day.  For additional ideas and details on how to alleviate morning sickness, see the Morning Sickness article at the link below.

Herbs for Chemo

One cancer treatment type is chemotherapy, which consists of a series of toxic medications intended to send the disease into remission by killing cancer cells. However, the medications also destroy normal cells, which causes adverse side effects such as severe nausea, hair loss, fatigue, vomiting, weakness and damage to internal organs, according to nutritionist Phyllis A. Balch in her book "Prescription for Nutritional Healing." In addition to the aforementioned side effects, chemotherapy lowers the body's already compromised immune response. Some herbs have been known to counteract the side effects of chemotherapy and to bolster the immune system; however, a physician should be consulted prior to adding herbs to any cancer treatment plan.


Nausea and vomiting are common side effects of chemotherapy.  Horehound (Ballota nigra) and German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) are particularly helpful herbs. Both are relaxants to the intestinal area.


German Chamomile, often called the "mother of the gut", has relaxing, anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea, and pain relief actions that are effective but gentle enough for even a child. A tea can be made with either of these herbs by infusing a teaspoon of the dried herb in a cup of boiling water for 15 minutes. Ginger tea, made by simmering a teaspoon of the chopped fresh root in a cup of water for 15 minutes, is also effective in relieving nausea and vomiting, but because of its stimulating properties, is best taken with food or sipped by the tablespoon.


Astragalus root has been a significant herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years to strengthen the body's immune response. The herb is known to improve the condition of cancer patients by bolstering the responsiveness of T cells, which helps the body's natural immune response fight the disease. Astragalus has been known to mitigate side effects and extend the life expectancy of patients taking chemotherapy treatments, according to the University of Maryland Medical Medical Center. The recommended dose for astragalus is 2 to 4 g of fresh ginger root daily or 30 to 90 drops of the liquid extract daily.

Ginger root grows natively in Asia and has been used traditionally in Chinese, Indian and Arabic medicine since ancient times. The herb is commonly associated with its role preventing and treating nausea, which is useful for patients undergoing cancer chemotherapy. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, ginger can alleviate nausea during chemotherapy. The recommended dose for nausea is 2 to 4 g of fresh ginger root daily or 30 to 90 drops of the liquid extract daily.

Fennel Seed Tea - Brew seeds for 3-5 minutes. May be taken 2-3 times a day or as needed.

Disclaimer - The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.