Motion Sickness

4 Tips for Healthier Summer Travel

…and take deep, relaxed breaths to keep plenty of oxygen in your bloodstream. * Avoid Motion Sickness. If motion sickness is a problem (by land or by sea), consider giving ginger a try. To avoid motion sickness, eat a quarter-inch slice of ginger, or take 1,000 mg of standardized ginger extract three…

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Healthy Travel Tips

…available in most health food stores. * Treat motion sickness with ginger. Ginger has long been touted as a home remedy for nausea, and in recent years its effectiveness against motion sickness has been well documented. To avoid motion sickness, try eating a 1/4 inch slice of ginger, or taking…

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The Many Benefits of Ginger

…Dried ginger is a common component in Chinese herbal preparations, and it is often used in this country to prevent nausea and motion sickness, as well as morning sickness in early pregnancy. There are many other benefits of ginger. It also effectively relieves inflammation by mediating prostaglandin…

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