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Posted 28 November 2012 - 11:21 PM

I've heard B6 and B12 can help (celiacs are often deficient in B12 at diagnosis anyway), but honestly making ginger tea from scratch has helped me out a lot. Just google it for recipes (I just use a ton of grated ginger with a cinnamon stick in water simmering for 20 minutes). It may not help everybody, but it really seems to help me. So far, at least.

My friend is an OB-GYN and she recommends ginger, B vitamins, and pressure points (just below your thumb). The pressure point thing never worked for me, but some people like it.
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