9 Effective Home Remedies For Vomiting In Children

9 Effective Home Remedies For Vomiting In Children

Vomiting is a very common human phenomenon and it is not always serious Vomiting in children is troublesome It drains them of all the energy. It makes them dull and inattentive. It is associated with other underlying conditions.Some of the common causes behind vomiting are overeating, drinking too much alcohol, food poisoning, stomach flu, emotional stress, pregnancy, and motion sickness.

Vomiting is not a disease or disorder that can be treated. Rather, it is a symptom that can only be controlled with medications and home remedies. Many children find it hard to take medications when they experience frequent bouts of vomiting. In these cases, it is best considered to opt for home remedies that can reduce the vomiting to an extent and offer extended relief from the same until the child recovers from the illness causing the symptom.

Effective Remedies For Vomiting In Children


Take fresh ginger and extract juice from it. Now, take a spoon of ginger juice, along with honey. This simple home remedy for vomiting aids proper digestion and also averts nausea. Ginger tea is a thing which can give your child for immediate results. For preparing ginger tea, you have to use ginger at the time of tea preparation.


Apple cider vinegar can help ease a queasy feeling. It helps calm the stomach and aids detoxification. It also helps treat food poisoning, thanks to its antimicrobial properties. Mix one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and one tablespoon of honey in a glass of water. Drink it and repeat as necessary.


Peppermint has the capacity to relax stomach muscles. This can reduce the tendency to throw up. You can give peppermint gum to the child so that he can suck on it. Peppermint candy an also do the trick.

Cumin Seeds

Grind cumin seeds to make about one and half tablespoon of cumin powder. Add this powder in a glass of water. Stir well and consume. You will notice the effects immediately and will be relieved that you opted for this home remedy.


Mint juice helps alleviate vomiting, Take 1 spoon of mint juice and add 1 spoon of lime juice in it. Now, take this mixture with half teaspoon of ginger juice and honey. This is an effective technique that helps a child to relief from nausea and vomiting

Rice Water

Rice water helps alleviate vomiting, especially when it is caused by gastritis. While preparing rice water, use white rice not brown rice as it is rich in starch and easier to digest. Boil a cup of rice in one to one and a half cup of water. Strain the solution. Drink this rice water.

Coconut water

Tender coconut water is also a wonderful remedy for vomiting. It provides soothing effects to the stomach and also relieves the other symptoms that results due to vomiting. So, you can give 4-5 spoons to your child two-three times in a day.


In certain cases, encouraging a child to sleep can help reduce vomiting by emptying the stomach and curbing the feeling of nausea. Frequent bouts of vomiting would most surely drain the child and he/she would readily fall asleep if asked to do so. Do not wake him/her up in between. Rather, let him/her sleep peacefully and wake up on his/her own. Try feeding him/her some liquids afterwards.

Care For The Child

Each vomiting episode would leave the acidic taste of the vomit in the mouth for some time. When combined with the odor of sweat, this could trigger more episodes. Therefore, it is considered wise to change the child’s clothing every time he/she vomits. Dress the child in loose, airy and comfortable clothing that does not trap moisture. In addition to this, have a couple of soft towels handy in order to wipe the child’s neck and face after he/she vomits. Switch on the fan or open a window after every vomiting episode in order to air out the room and remove the odor of vomit.

How to prevent vomiting in children

  • Make sure that your baby’s food is stored properly and prepared hygienically.
  • Keep her toys clean and devoid of any contamination. If necessary clean them with bleaching powder solution.
  • Do not keep your baby’s food in the open for too long
  • Remember to wash both your own and your child’s hands before and after meals..


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