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Zei Gezunt with Bubbe's Remedies
For Nausea and Vomiting

Editor: Yael Rosenberg, RN, B.S.H

When you over indulge yourself, dipping deep and often into Bubbes goodies;  When you eat too much of yesterday's leftovers and you feel yourself turning green;  When you're sick with the flu, and nothing seems to stay down; Or even during the blessed times of pregnancy, when nausea and queasiness seem to rule your days;  Who else but Bubbe to the rescue?  Keep it natural, affordable, and accessible! That's Bubbe's motto.  Here is what you may do:

  Vinegar and Baking Powder - Place strong vinegar in a plate and add baking powder. Mix well with a spoon until it foams. Drink this concoction and watch the nausea disappear.
  Gingerale Gingerale is an old favorite used to relieve nausea and vomit in young children as well as adults. Ginger is known to settle the stomach and help fight queasiness.
  Cola Cola too relieves nausea and settles upset stomachs.
  Lemon - Suck a lemon, it helps.
  Dry Crackers Crackers, like Saltines, work very well to combat nausea in pregnant women.

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