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Stomach Virus

by Dasha N.

January 2006

I have almost all the books you offer and they have helped so much! I am excited to get Herbal Antibiotics. Thanks so much for this website! Now I wanted to share a remedy that I recently learned about.

For a stomach virus that causes vomiting, a cup of Ginger tea will stop it in its tracks. We had to use it recently and I gave it to my whole family. With the little ones (3 and 5), I gave it to them warm in a medicine dropper.

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