Nauseous? Try ginger
If you get queasy in the car or on planes, or if your stomach just feels off, pass on the sugary ginger ale and reach for a ginger supplement. Tons of research show it can stave off motion sickness and alleviate nausea. It’s often suggested for pregnant women experiencing morning sickness. The key with ginger is getting to the root. Sucking on ginger candy may help a bit, but your best bet is to take a powdered ginger root capsule or sip tea made with real root, available here. If you’re prone to motion sickness, take it 30 minutes before taking off. If you’re already nauseous, grab it now.