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Natural Treatments for Morning Sickness

“Natural Treatments
for Morning Sickness” Nausea and vomiting are
common during pregnancy, affecting 70 to 85% of women
worldwide, but not in all countries. Population groups that eat
more plant-based diets tend to have little or no nausea
and vomiting in pregnancy though. For example, on a
nationwide basis, the lowest reported rates in
the world are in India at only 35%. Sometimes symptoms are so severe
it can become life threatening, a condition known as
hyperemesis gravidarum. Each year more than 50,000
pregnant women are hospitalized. What can we do other than reducing
our intake of saturated fat, for example, cutting the odds five-fold by cutting
out one daily cheeseburger? The best available evidence suggests that
ginger is a safe and effective treatment. The recommended dose is a gram
of powdered ginger a day. That’s about half a teaspoon,
which is equivalent to about a full teaspoon of grated fresh
ginger, or four cups of ginger tea. The maximum recommended daily
dose is four grams though, so no more than like two teaspoons
of powdered ginger a day. Cannabis was rated as extremely
effective or effective by nine out of ten pregnant women
who used it for morning sickness. But cannabis use during
pregnancy may be regarded as potentially harmful
to the developing fetus. This is not your
mother’s marijuana. Today’s marijuana is six to seven
times more potent than in the 1970’s, and may cause problems
both for the developing fetus, and then later for
the developing child. The bottom-line is that pregnant
and breast-feeding cannabis users should be advised
to either decrease or, where possible, cease
cannabis use entirely. What do they mean
‘where possible’? Under what circumstances
would it not be? People don’t realize
just how bad it can get. This is how one woman
described it. (Read woman’s testimony.) Hyperemesis gravidarum can
lead to such violent vomiting you can rupture your esophagus, bleed
into your eyes, go blind, or comatose. And so there are certain circumstances
where cannabis could be a lifesaver for both the mother and the baby,
as women sometimes understandably choose to terminate otherwise
wanted pregnancies.

29 thoughts on “Natural Treatments for Morning Sickness

  1. Wow! I was definitely one of those woman with severe nausea, the whole pregnancy. Though I would never have thought or wanted to try weed, at some points of my pregnancy I probably would have entertained it. I had to resort to anti nausea and antacid medications with both my pregnancies. Just so happens, both my children have developmental delays. I thought all along that it might just be genetics but perhaps not. What can you do when you're throwing everything up, even water. This is why I do not want to have another child! It was TERRIBLE! I wish I had known about the changes in diet I could have made back then though!

  2. I wonder what studies have been done on marijuana and pregnancy child development ??also if the mother orally ingests it vs smoking. ?? Be interesting to know.

  3. So what about the cannabis that is used a medicine that doesn't have THC? Is this also harmful? Is it effective for this problem? Are we just lumping all forms of cannabis together for lack of knowledge?

  4. My pregnancy morning sickness was horrible nothing helped not even the prescribed medication from my gyn after that pregnancy I was traumatized 😂

  5. But the dopeheads keep saying pot is safe, also stay away from alcohol. Cinnamon and ginger have been proven to be safe and effective.

  6. Great information as always. Just wanted to point out that since women in India complain less frequently of nausea during pregnancy it doesn't mean the prevalence is lower than other places. There are lots of factors involved in a pregnant woman reporting nausea to a professional that ends up reporting the statistics.

  7. Wtf is up with Vegan Gain's latest video? Why did it get so many dislikes??? I didn't see anything he say that was out of the ordinary.

  8. Are there any medical arguments for or against the consumption of honey? I've been searching not only online but in our university's library (and the Charité's; you might remember all the Charité students on the VegMed), but couldn't find much on the topic other than it apparently did help healing wounds when applied to the skin of rats, I think.

  9. There is so much misinformation about fruit making people fat in the UK. An article came out saying we should not eat fruit at all. Can you do a video on fruit again please?

  10. I hate cannabis….the smell alone so disgusting, urgh!…… infect I hate all mind altering drugs, I actually know of 2 women who smoked it while pregnant and before as did their boyfriend/Husband and both of their kids ended up born with down syndrome and one also with a whole in her heart….and I just watched a judge judy episode where both mom and dad had done cannabis before they got pregnant their baby also ended up not only with down syndrome but also a whole in her heart……coincidence? I think not

  11. http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/article/behind-headlines-why-low-fat-milk-isnt-whole-story

    This is an article on an official BBC website and it basically talks about how milk is healthy for you…


  12. I was plant based before during and after pregnancy. My morning sickness was so horrible! It lasted the entire time and up to 6 months after she was born. Vomiting during labor and all. Even the smell of ginger brought on vomiting so I couldn't drink it. I also couldn't take any vitamins cuz they just come right up. And weed is out of the picture since I live on a military base. Medication saved my life after being hospitalized.. I wonder if there's more reasons why some women get it bad and others don't.

  13. I have successfully used no to morning sickness tea to cope with nausea and vomiting during early weeks of my pregnancy. It soothed me and I was able to keep down my meals.

  14. I probably should have taken ginger in this pregnancy. My last pregnancy I did take it and it worked pretty well! 🙂

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  16. first pregnany was awful and anything I took including ginger made me hurl, 2nd I used the travel sickness bands which seem to take the edge off, when I took them off to shower I vommitted on my feet. good times.

  17. I was having horrible nausea with this pregnancy but ginger ale and No to morning sickness tea eased me completely.

  18. I had zero morning sickness in my first trimester. I attribute it to a very regular exercise regime with weight training, yoga and cardio along with a super healthy vegan diet. Strong muscles and empty bowels keep nausea at bay! 😉

  19. I'm vegan and have been for over 2 years, I'm super nauseous and I'm 16 weeks. Can you do a video for pregnant women who are already vegan? Also is it safe to drink soy milk during pregnancy?

  20. I've been vegan for over a year and I'm 15 weeks pregnant. I have HG and I've lost 30 lbs. I'm on three medications just for the nausea alone, have tried sea bands, ginger, crackers, everything. It's hard to keep anything down. It's more than severe morning sickness.. it's hell

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