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Nausea products help to ease queasy stomachs.** Ingredients in these products are typically sourced from herbs with a long history of traditional uses, such as:

  • Promoting soothing digestive comfort**

  • Supporting gastrointestinal stability**

  • Helping with motion-related issues**

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What are Nausea Products?

Natural supplements derived from botanical sources, many of which have a long history of supporting stomach health in folk wellness practices, have been found to help with nausea.** Some of the most popular natural nausea products include:

  • Peppermint: This prominent form of mint has a cool, slightly sweet scent and taste, making it notably common in aromatherapy, as well as food and beverage flavorings. Used in various health traditions for thousands of years, peppermint, particularly as inhaled essential oil, is associated with helping queasy sensations.** This connection is also upheld in other forms of peppermint offerings, including ingestible oil, tea and capsules. The renowned mint is further tied to overall digestive wellness.**
  • Ginger: This potent spice is extracted from the root of its namesake flowering plant. Originating from southern Asia, ginger has been incorporated into many regional cuisines, as well as Ayurvedic and Chinese wellness practices. Intensely fragrant, it has a clean, zesty and subtly sweet taste. Beyond its use in an array of foods and drinks, it is traditionally valued for its ability to maintain digestive comfort and soothe gastrointestinal issues.** Like mint, ginger is available in a wide variety of stomach-supporting forms, such as candy, capsules, oil and tea.**
  • Clove: The distinctly scented flower bud of a tree found in Southeast Asia, clove is a well-known dried spice. Clove has been a staple herb of various wellness approaches, including Ayurveda, and it is utilized in aromatherapy to aid both breathing and digestion.** Studied for its considerable antioxidant content, the bold spice has a venerable reputation as a stomach soother.** It is typically found in oil, capsule or dry spice form.

Nausea Products

Natural nausea products are primarily extracted from plants. These herbs are frequently presented as capsules or essential oils and may be featured in digestion-supportive teas. Peppermint and ginger are popular flavors of candies and other sweet foods and beverages.