Nausea is the urge to vomit, which often precedes vomiting. This condition may be present from motion sickness, early pregnancy, diseases of the nervous system, medication side effects, infections, or other disturbances of the digestive tract. It may be present, without vomiting, in certain gallbladder or liver disorders. Should the nausea and vomiting be the result of food poisoning or a bacterial infection, please refer to the Bacterial Infections section of this guide. You may also wish to refer to the Digestive Disorders section of this guide. If the nausea is accompanied by vomiting or headaches, consider checking the patient for food sensitivities and refer to the Food Sensitivities (Allergies) section of this guide.
Gallbladderpar™- glandular homeopathic for gallbladder support, indicated for flatulence, constipation, belching, abdominal discomfort; and burning and itching due to hemorrhoids.**
Gastopanpar™- glandular homeopathic for stomach and pancreas support, indicated for relief of aching of the stomach, nausea, indigestion, fullness in the abdomen, thirst, weakness, feebleness, and frequent urination.**
Gastropar™- glandular homeopathic for stomach support, indicated for relief of indigestion, flatulence, nausea, retching, vomiting after eating or drinking, and minor burning in the stomach.**
Gastrotone™- homeopathic tonifier for the stomach, indicated for relief of indigestion, nausea, retching, vomiting after eating or drinking, and minor burning in the stomach.**
Hepatone™- homeopathic tonifier for the liver and gallbladder, indicated for relief of flatulence, constipation, and salty, bitter taste in mouth.**
Hepapar™- glandular homeopathic for liver support, indicated for relief of abdominal bloating and soreness, and constipation alternating with diarrhea.**
Liver Gallbladder HP™- high potency formula for liver and gallbladder congestion, indicated for flatulence, constipation, belching, abdominal discomfort, hemorrhoids, and indigestion after eating (especially fat).**
Vertitone™- homeopathic tonifier for vertigo, motion sickness, and Meniere’s disease, indicated for relief of symptoms of dizziness and motion sickness with nausea.**
Cascaracom™- fortifier for the colon and liver, indicated to support digestion, detoxification, and healthy bowel function.
Dandecom™- fortifier and detoxifier for the liver, indicated for liver support.
Digesticom™- fortifier for the digestive system, indicated to support healthy digestion.
* Digestive Formula– Rainforest Botanical formula that relieves occasional stomach upset and bloating while supporting healthy digestion and nutrient absorption.
Gencom™- blood purifier and detoxifier for the general system.
* Gingercom™- fortifier for the pancreas, liver, and adrenals, indicated for temporary relief of occasional nausea.
Hydrangeacom™- fortifier for the biliary tract and gallbladder, indicated to support gallbladder function and healthy bile secretion.
Jambulcom™- fortifier for the pancreas and liver, indicated to support the maintenance of healthy blood sugar levels.
Nettlecom™- fortifier for the blood, indicated as an alternative and nutritive tonic.
Paracom™- fortifier for the intestines and colon, indicated for digestive and immune support.
B-6 250 MG– may help to alleviate nausea, especially associated with pregnancy[i].
* Digestizyme or Digestizyme Plus– digestive enzyme to aid in the breakdown of foods.
Enervimin™ Digestion Focus– full spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement formulated with an emphasis on digestive support.
* H.D.A. (High Delivery Acidophilus)– combination of eight different cultures to support healthy digestion and intestinal flora.
Mag-Chlor– highly absorbable form of magnesium, deficiency of which has been associated with nausea.
Encourage the patient to drink water to flush toxins and avoid becoming dehydrated.
For pregnancy-related nausea, inform the patient that eating a small snack before rising in the morning may alleviate morning sickness. Eating small, frequent meals may also alleviate her nausea.
[i] Sharifzadeh F., Kashanian M., Koohpayehzadeh J., Rezaian F., Sheikhansari N., Eshraghi N. (2018). A comparison between the effects of ginger, pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and placebo for the treatment of the first trimester nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP). J. Matern. Fetal Neonatal. Med. 31 (19), 2509–2514. 10.1080/14767058.2017.1344965
*Denotes primary remedy.
**These statements are based upon traditional homeopathic practice.
**Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.