I had the worst morning sickness with my two pregnancies. It was all day, every trimester, and only a couple things could relieve the nausea. Sometimes those remedies didn’t even work. (I really loved the B Natal suckers (affiliate) and always kept them in my purse.)
I was always searching around for something, anything, that could help. If I had seen any of these recipes back then I would have drug myself into the kitchen to make a few. I was wiling to try anything.
Since I no longer suffer from morning sickness myself, I can’t verify how well these work or don’t work. BUT, there seem to be a lot of people that vouch for them and honestly, it doesn’t hurt to try.
10 Recipes That Help Ease Morning Sickness
Nausea Pops – These morning sickness popsicles are full of healthy foods to help combat nausea. via Sabrina Aalery
Ginger Cookies – Ginger is something most people swear by for upset bellies, these ginger cookies just might do the trick! via Serenity Now Blog
Morning Sickness Smoothie – This smoothie would be a great pregnancy breakfast idea with bananas, almond butter and of course, ginger. via Mama Natural
Electrolyte Ice – If you just can’t get anything down and worry about dehydration, make this frozen Gatorade ice to suck on. via Baby Bump
Anti Nausea Smoothie – Bananas, ginger and oats are three things that can seriously help your upset stomach. via Texan Erin
By the way, have you heard of Relief Band? It’s a non-medicated wristband designed to use the body’s own natural neural pathways to “turn off” nausea. It looks awesome!
Lemon Ginger Gummies – These homemade gummies with ginger might give you a little relief throughout the day when you need it. via Meghan Birt
Honey Lemon Tea – Tea is another soothing option, this one specifically made for morning sickness. via Ovuline
Nausea Lollipops – Make your own suckers to give you quick nausea relief. via Pistachio Project
Ginger Chews – Mix ginger with some honey and cane sugar to make this little candy to keep in your pocket. via Rebooted Mom
Ginger Ale Popsicles – Everyone loves Ginger Ale when they have a belly ache, make them into a popsicle to soothe your belly! via What I Do
Here’s hoping your belly feels better fast!