From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Motion Sickness:
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- Ginger Root
- Licorice Root
- Peppermint Leaf
- Pumpkin Seed
- Rehmannia Root
- Valerian Root
Natural Cures and Remedies for Motion Sickness
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Ginger is is a perennial rhizome with annual stems that reach about three feet in height. The root is used in Asian and Indian cuisine frequently. Ginger also has widely known medicinal benefits. It is often used for motion sickness and stomach upset. Learn more about how to grow ginger here.
Catnip, Ginger Root, Licorice Root, Peppermint Leaf, Pumpkin Seed, Rehmannia Root, Valerian Root
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stress often presents as the overworked, com-pletely exhausted person who has been on the go (physically or emotionally) for a long time. At times, a chronically fatigued person will present with melancholy and depression. Treating with borage in such cases can give them a bit of spark. Soothes respiratory issues Borage contains mucilage, a wonderful ingredient to add to throat and cough syrups to soothe the respiratory tract. Overall, in small doses borage fortifies the entire respiratory system.
It took the better part of 15 years before I finally took the time to learn just a little bit about the anatomy and the biology of breathing. And when I did, my view of breathing changed. No longer did dramatic and extreme breathing practices appeal to me. No longer did I follow the instruction to breathe deeply by taking a bigger breath. And I began to see the association between emotional and psychological symptoms and breathing patterns.