Get Morning Sickness Relief with Natural Pregnancy Remedies

Relief from pregnancy-related nausea is possible with simple remedies such as herbal teas, ginger tinctures and fiber mixtures.

| January 2013

  • Author Shoshanna Easling gives tips and recipes for natural pregnancy food, teas and tinctures in "Making Babies" from Bulk Herb Store Publishing.
    Photo Courtesy Bulk Herb Store Publishing
  • A ginger tincture is one natural approach to alleviating morning sickness discomfort.
    Photo Courtesy Bulk Herb Store Publishing
  • “Making Babies” is a fun, informational, artistic and colorful pregnancy book. Follow author Shoshanna Easling through her pregnancy and the birth of her daughter, as she stays healthy and builds a baby. Packed with 480 beautiful pages of research about fertility, conception, morning sickness, pregnancy, birth, nursing, postpartum issues, losing weight, and more, “Making Babies” is a fresh, organic look at the simple beauty of pregnancy and birth.
    Cover Courtesy Bulk Herb Store Publishing

Keep your growing baby happy and healthy by keeping yourself morning-sickness free. Shoshanna Easling, an advocate for natural pregnancy remedies, provides recipes and tips in her book Making Babies (Bulk Herb Store Publishing, 2011), a great resource for alleviating various pregnancy complaints. In the following excerpt, learn how ginger, peppermint, fiber and hibiscus can help ease morning sickness.

Buy this book in the Mother Earth Living store: Making Babies.

Morning Sickness Tips

• Exercise: Exercise is very important. It helps to balance all those crazy hormones that are making you sick. I like to swim. It helped me so much when I was pregnant with my first child. Swimming was something I could do every day while living in the city. Not crazy over-arm swimming, but stay-moving exercise swimming. Walking, dancing, prego exercises are also good. Even if you do not feel like it, get up and go exercise. It will make you feel better!

• Eat right: You will feel so much better eating good foods in small portions often. Your baby needs most of your body’s resources to build. Eating processed food and too much food is too hard for your body to deal with. Eat what your body needs, even if it is not always what you want. Think about how each food does something good or bad to you and your baby. Eating right will make you feel better.

• B6 vitamin: Studies show that vitamin B6 (also known as pyridoxine) helps relieve queasiness. To ease nausea and vomiting, I like to take 10 to 25 mg, three times a day. To reach this amount, I take B6 supplements.

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