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Just Ginger For Motion Sickness

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Forget the anti-nausea tablets! Chew a small piece of ginger or drink ginger beer / ale (there are also ginger capsules available) before setting out on a journey. Ginger will settle your tummy in no time, and it's safe for small children and during pregnancy, too!
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  • Too many side-effects on Nexium... Ginger is safe.
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    m/general76/nexium.htmr> - by TWOTIMESS
  • Great advice. I always have fresh ginger on hand for when my tummy is upset from reflux. It is great as a tea as well. - by GOANNA2
  • I used to nibble on ginger biscuits during my pregnancy to prevent nausea - both morning sickness and travel sickness. It really helped. :-) - by LEXIE63
  • Discovering ginger's ability to ease motion sickness allowed me to enjoy snorkeling. Ginger ale and water are my beverages of choice when flying. - by JEANKNEE
  • Ginger can work but not as well as Nexium - by MARGARETFELTY

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