by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© June 2011, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Nausea is a fairly common symptom that we find is usually associated with a toxic and congested liver. There are other causes, such as an infection, food poisoning, general anxiety or upset, or another type of toxin in the body.
Another common cause of nausea during pregnancy is sometimes called morning sickness. This may be a form of liver congestion that occurs as the hormone levels rise during pregnancy. Morning sickness responds very well to coffee enemas, as explained below.
Rarely, other conditions can cause nausea, such as a cancer that is blocking the intestinal tract, or some other obstruction in the intestinal tract. Parasitic infection could also cause nausea, as can an inner ear infection, which can be very chronic and subtle. This is usually accompanied by dizziness or vertigo.
Impaired digestion, overeating, poor food combinations or tainted food can also occasionally cause nausea. Extreme stress, pain, a gall bladder attack, air sickness, sea sickness and a few other conditions can also cause nausea.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT NAUSEA?
This depends on the cause. Interestingly, one of the best remedies for nausea is the use of a daily or even twice or three times daily coffee enema. In many cases, they do not need to be continued for more than a week or so, although continuing them longer is often wonderful. To read about this, read Coffee Enemas on this website.
If the cause of nausea is an infection or food poisoning, this will need to be handled properly. I do not like to use antibiotics for infections, except as a last resort. They are all quite toxic. Instead, we recommend natural methods that almost always work excellently and quickly. For much more on infections, read Infections on this website and Beyond Antibiotics.