In case your child complains of a stomach ache on the first day of college or during another major event, there's a good chance it's not something he or she consumed. While there are many ginger tea varieties available, refreshing ginger in its real state is the most potent and therefore the most effective at relieving stomach pain. You can make a fresh cup of ginger tea by first peeling and grating the ginger, then placing ½ teaspoon in a cup of warm water. Allow it to sit for up to 3 minutes then strain out the ginger and drink the tea. You can also try natural ginger ale (stay away from sweetened varieties and the ones that contain high fructose corn syrup) and ginger candy.
And after that put a cool peppermint washcloth on your head. You could skip the peppermint and just use a cool washcloth to help lessen a fever and headache, but in the event that you add peppermint to the mix, you'll obtain extra headache-fighting powers and relief from nausea. Either soak the washcloth in peppermint tea (and put it in the freezer till it's cold), or put two or three drops of peppermint essential oil on the washcloth after wetting it down with cool water.
I actually couldn't eat or beverage anything. Eventually I was able to take little sips of Gatorade. These times hasn't been as poor as last time. It still sucks tho. In least I'm able to keep some pedialite down. Also, I've noticed the stomach cramps are worse this time, but I am just not violently throwing up like I was last time. It seems the ideal remedy for this is definitely plenty or rest, pedialite (what you can handle), and let the god awful virus run its course. Hope everybody the swiftly recovery!!
Thought I would share this as it helped me a lot, although I didn't quite understand it. A couple of days ago I had stomach cramps and gas. Within the third day I was on a flight and the worker came around serving us dinner. I refused to eat due to my condition and requested some fresh juice. She suggested that I have a mixture of Soda water and tonic drinking water (mixed in equal parts). I did not understand the mixing part but I still went ahead and had it. Indeed it proved helpful!!!! I only had a few very mild cramps so when we reached our destination at midnight, I directly away went to bed. I woke up absolutely good in the morning. I possibly could eat normally, no cramping at all!
Something to note: the most fragrant herbs are often the best herbal remedies for stomach problems. That said, in the event that you suffer from frequent digestive issues, try sprinkling your food with, and cooking with, the most fragrant herbs you have in the cupboard or garden. Good picks are rosemary, fennel, horseradish, ground aniseed, dill, mint and more.