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Falling for Fitness blog: My unexpected saviour

Thursday, January 10, 2013

I have to say I was a bit gutted when I saw this week's FFF challenge. I don't have any ailments, and I don't entirely believe in 'alternative' medicine/remedies/whatever anyway.

Then that reheated Indian curry made me throw up. That'll teach me not to eat junk food. But anyway for the next two days, even though I wasn't physically sick again, that sicky feeling would not go away.

Enter the 'alternative remedy': ginger for sickness. I have been recommended this before (I seem to feel sick strangely often...) but I always said no because I really don't like ginger. However, after two days of feeling constantly on the edge of losing my lunch I was willing to try anything. So I grated a wee bit of ginger into my favourite mug (I thought it might help), poured on hot water and waited with a mild feeling of dread for it to cool down. It finally got there and I took my first sip.

Honestly, it was vile. But half an hour later I couldn't remember the taste and I realised that for the first time since the weekend I didn't feel sick. Turns out some of these alternatives really work.
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    Glad it worked! I like ginger so will have to remember that one and try it sometime.
    1376 days ago
    I'm so happy you feel better!

    1379 days ago
    This is great news! I'm so happy you are feeling better!
    1379 days ago
    Some of them definitely do - especially the old one that was used long before commercial medicine. I hate ginger too, but it works. :D
    1379 days ago
    Good for you!
    I'm glad you feel better!
    And I will have to remember that about ginger.
    1379 days ago
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