Herbal First Aid: Managing Nausea and Diarrhea


Herbal First Aid: Managing Nausea and Diarrhea | BulkHerbStore.com/blog | Learn to manage nausea and diarrhea naturally in this herbal first aid post!

When putting together an herbal first aid kit, a few herbs for managing nausea and diarrhea are a must!  Nausea brings a lot of discomfort, and diarrhea can lead to dehydration if it’s not brought under control, which can make a situation get serious!  Being prepared with a few herbs to help these situations will bring the nausea and loose bowels to a stop.

Lets talk about some of the top herbs for nausea and diarrhea:

Ginger – Ginger root is clinically proven to decrease nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting.

Slippery Elm – Soothes the entire digestive system and absorbs toxins in the bowels.  Coats and relaxes stomach, kidneys, and bowels.

Activated Charcoal – Charcoal is really good for nausea that is associated with viruses, bacteria, or food poisoning.  It absorbs toxins in the digestive system and flushes them out.

Peppermint – Peppermint is know as being powerful to calm nausea.  You can buy the herb and make a tea with it by steeping 1-2 tsp. of the herb in a cup of water.

This month, the Bulk Herb Store blog is talking about herbal first aid.  I’m over there talking about how to manage nausea and diarrhea the herbal way!  Hope you’ll join me to find out how to use these herbs!

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  1. says

    Thats a nice article. I also wanted to add that Lemon is a wonderful way to decrease nausea. Lemon with its content of Vitamin C enables you to increase the level of immunity and with the smell of Lemon itself can make things more comfortable for people who are suffering from nausea. An excellent recipe would be lemon added to Hot water boiled with a bit of ginger and sugar.

    This remedy has proven to be great for people who have cold too as ginger can remove the congestion and lemon with the sugar adds up to the taste and Nausea is a thing of the past.

  2. Autumn says

    Hi Jill, when using the charcoal slurry for a 3-4 yo, I am assuming I can cut the dose from 1 tablespoon to 1 teaspoon maybe three times a day in water??? Just checking as I don’t want to underdose or overdose. Thanks so much!!

  3. Janel hernandez says

    Dear Jill
    I found your website when searching for natural remedies for nausea. I suffer from Sjögren’s syndrome which is an incurable autoimmune disease that affects the mucus membranes. So as you can imagine, it involves pretty much anything. I have gastro paresis as a result of my disorder and because of the delayed enjoying of my stomach, I have chronic nausea, vomiting and bloatng. Today is a particularly bad day when I can’t even drink fluids without feeling just horrible. I just tried the ginger honey lemon mix and feel some immediate relief. Wow…I wanted to thank you for sharing your knowledge and express my gratitude! God bless you!
    Sincerely,
    Janel

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