Always talk to your doctor before adding any of these products to your regime.
Vitamin B6 take 50 mg with each meal for short-term use only. If you have the MTHFR mutation, you’ll need a methylated.
Probiotics help support the gut and lower inflammation (which also helps the liver do its job). You can get probiotics via supplement or in fermented foods such as kimchi, kefir, homemade yogurt, and homemade sauerkraut.
Enzyme-rich foods, such as ripe papaya (avoid unripened papaya because it may cause contractions), pineapple, avocado, and fermented vegetables, can naturally help the body prepare for digestion when eaten before a meal.
Magnesium – Though you can find magnesium in supplement form, you can also increase your magnesium stores directly through the skin (it’s absorbed even better this way!). Take Epsom salt baths, and use magnesium oil on the skin. If you prefer capsules, magnesium glycinate is a good source that doesn’t disrupt the bowels. You can also boost your magnesium stores with food.
Peppermint – Ingest via tea or natural candies. Peppermint is great for soothing an upset stomach.
Ginger – Ginger is a great remedy for queasiness, but only in food form, as supplements can lead to spastic uterus. Things like ginger smoothies or homemade ginger ale are great beverages to soothe a queasy stomach. If you don’t have time (or desire) to make it homemade, you can get natural ginger ale, and ginger chews at many health food stores.