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    Distinguished Community Member Sunshine's Avatar
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    Default Ginger and red bell pepper: GI approves for nausea

    The high doses of Baclofen and Tizanidine creates periodic nausea during the day. Zofran works but it leaves me a space cadet.

    I find raw ginger helps a lot. GI consult yesterday confirms science shows it is helpful. GI doc said red bell pepper helps tooŚ love RBP!

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    Distinguished Community Member Lazarus's Avatar
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    I am growing both ginger and red bells. It is neat to grow your own ginger. Makes a nice looking house plant, so does turmeric. Just buy some in a grocery store and plant in an 8” pot filled with loose soil that drains easily.
    Lots of people post how to grow them in your house tutorials on YouTube.

    Be the kind of woman that when your feet hit the floor each morning the devil says:"Oh Crap, She's up!"

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    Good news, Sunshine.

    Thanks for the ginger tip, Linda!
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