Ginger is safe and helpful for treating nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
Most of the pregnant women hesitate to take medicinal drugs as they can be highly atrocious to the fetus, so they show great interest towards non-medicine options like acupuncture, acupressure, ginger, etc.
Gingerroot, a perennial plant that grows under the ground can suppress nausea and greatly boosts the digestive health.
A usage of 250 mg of ginger capsules four times a day gives a significant benefit in severe hyperemesis gravidarum. Ginger can also be taken in liquid forms such as ginger ale, ginger tea and ginger beer.
The effectiveness of ginger is due to its carminative, aromatic and absorbent properties. The active ingredients in ginger work against the morning sickness symptoms.
Ginger can help to treat other sorts of nausea and vomiting that the patients are experiencing when taking the medications for cancer treatment as well.
There are some concerns about the efficacy of ginger on the fetus. Taking ginger capsules for longer periods can result in heartburn and acid in your throat. These conditions can result when the baby presses on your stomach.
Still more research is needed to conduct about the safety of ginger to your unborn baby. But, studies showed that taking 1 gram of ginger a day can be safe for everyone.