Both spearmint and peppermint are used to deal with two common problems associated with pregnancy – morning sickness and indigestion. But excessive use of these herbs can be harmful during pregnancy, so limit intake. Peppermint tea should also not be used if you have gastroesophageal reflux disease.
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Ginger essential oil can cure nausea, even if you’re pregnant or just had a surgery. Peppermint and spearmint oil can ease symptoms of headaches, light-headedness, and vomiting. If your nausea is from anxiety, use lavender oil for stress relief. Sweet citrus oils like lemon, orange, and bergamot essential oils can help relax an upset stomach. These oils can be placed in a diffuser or diluted with a carrier oil.
Mix 8 ½ cups of water, 1 tsp of grated ginger, 1 thinly sliced cucumber,1 thinly sliced lemon and 12 mint leaves in a jar and leave it overnight for the flavors to blend. Consume throughout the next day. This drink can be refrigerated up to 2 days. This mix helps curb craving, over eating, keeps you hydrated and also boosts detoxification.
Kiwifruits lower your BP, balance cholesterol levels, and reduce blood clotting to keep your heart healthy. Their lutein and vit. A improve eye health, while vits C and E avert DNA damage. Actinidin in kiwis help digest complex proteins, while their fiber eases constipation. Packing in 178% of the vit. C you need daily, they boost immunity and prevent cold, flu, and asthma attacks. Kiwis can also strengthen bones, check anemia, and promote sleep.
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