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u/RiverTrails · 2 pointsr/kratom

Tbh, one of my favorite drinks for energy is a greens juice powder. That is the one that I use, it's unsweetened and unflavored because i am picky about that stuff. It has 5 grass juices, 23 fruit/veggie juices and 14 sprouts. It also has Probiotic and Enzyme.

I will often drink it in the morning for breakfast when I have it around. I'll sweeten it with honey, and it's pretty tasty. If i have Cacao i will throw a little in some mornings. It's a little expensive, or I would drink it much more frequently - It's so good to me.

I won't have a craving for food. I will have tons of energy. I will generally be in a better mood and feel better. I'll also occasionally throw other herb powders or oils into it if i want a dose of something, such as Bacopa and Black Seed oil which help with my pain/anxiety/overall health.

Another one that really helps me early mornings with energy, food cravings, pain and overall mood is Ginger. This is an often under appreciated herb, it's very good stuff. Here is a post that i made a while ago discussing ginger and its benefits for someone. I used it very often working early morning labor, it made the experience much more enjoyable.. Plus it tastes pretty yummy :). I've done both fresh root tea and these. The prince of peace are water soluble ginger, cane sugar and honey that you can mix into warm or cold water and make a quick tea. Fresh tea is better, but we don't always have 30 minutes to brew it and the prince of peace is pretty good. It's nice to be able to take a packet, mix it into a bottle of cold water and head out of the door. The ingredients aren't crap like most instant drink packets.

Edit: and yeah, if you haven't experimented or tried yerba or Green/black/white tea - give them a shot. They're great.

u/flamingopanic · 2 pointsr/ChronicPain

I'd recommend getting a little of each and seeing which ones help your pain the best (avoid getting any tinctures, extracts, or anything stronger than regular kratom, as this will be very strong and increase your tolerance). You'll want to get a kitchen scale to measure out your doses accurately (one that measures in grams).

Start low, with 3 grams or so, and increase by 0.5 g each time you take it until you get the results you are looking for. Then stay at that dose as long as possible. Make sure you take it when you get up and have an empty stomach, and avoid taking it with dairy, as this will coat your stomach and hamper the effects.

I also recommend getting a blender bottle to mix it in a liquid. I recommend shaking it up with either strong orange juice (get frozen OJ and use a bit less water than it calls for) or chocolate or dark chocolate almond milk. It tastes like shit, so be prepared for that.

It also makes some people nauseated, so I recommend getting some Chimes ginger chews and eating 2 of those after you take your kratom so that your tummy is okay. Ginger also has some antiinflammatory properties itself.

I take 2 of these capsules about 30 minutes prior to taking my kratom, as it is said to potentiate the kratom and also have antiinflammatory properties, and then I take 1.5 g agmatine sulfate right before taking my kratom, as it helps keep tolerance down and helps keep any withdrawals at bay if I can't take my kratom right on time.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask me. I truly believe that kratom saved my life. I'm still in pain, obviously, but it treats it well enough (and without being a drugged up zombie) that it's worth it. It does still make you a bit high when you take a higher dose, but nothing on the level of prescription narcotics.

Also, you should visit /r/kratom and/or /r/KratomKorner. Those are both great communities for people who use kratom, and you can get answers to a lot of your questions there. Good luck! I hope it works as well for you as it has for me.

u/HeavensTouch · 2 pointsr/BreakingBumps

Yes, the ginger tea was just awful to get down! Oh the ginger extract gave me WICKED heartburn but took antacids to help mellow that out. They have an all natural ginger candy that is pretty good as well that I started to love https://smile.amazon.com/Ginger-People-Original-Chewy-Candy/dp/B000LKX4FW/ref=sr_1_5_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1481882476&sr=8-5&keywords=ginger+candy

never tried this flavor but people seem to like it but I have to imagine its pretty good as the plain ginger was shockingly good.


u/cwcoleman · 3 pointsr/backpacking

Buying 'stuff' for a backpacker is complicated. Since everything must go into a single pack and be carried - weight and bulk are important factors. Every item is critiqued and most travelers will already know what they want/need. Buying a random item can be hit-or-miss.

Think about small or consumable items. Don't be embarrassed if they want to return your gift for something they actually need.


How about a gift card to a local shop that sells travel gear?

A folding water bottle can be valuable. I bet your friend already has one, or plans to use a disposable plastic bottle - but this may work.

u/HoodratHoochiemama · 2 pointsr/Parenting

My MIL found these great ginger chews for me that were tasty but not overpowering and helped, http://www.amazon.com/Ginger-People-Original-Chews-3oz/dp/B000BP1SDM.

Also, I second how important it is to eat something as soon as you get hungry. Even if it's just some crackers or something. I found mine to intensify dramatically if I let my hunger get the best of me. Good luck :)

u/BipolarWithBaby · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I’m so sorry you’re having such a rough go. :( Whoever decided to call it morning sickness was very cruel for giving us that expectation.

I’ve only thrown up maybe 3 or 4 times now (and I’m 9 weeks tomorrow), but I’m nauseous almost constantly. I’ve gotten a lot of relief from sucking on ginger candies , drinking peppermint tea, Preggie Pop Drops, and eating very small meals throughout the day when the nausea lets up a little bit.

If you’re having trouble eating enough, I’d definitely recommend some protein shakes and Clif bars. When I know I need some calories/protein/sugar, those two things help a lot. And since they’re generally small portions with a lot of nutrition, I feel they hold me over. I’ve also really enjoyed smoothies when I feel my blood sugar might be low but I can’t handle a full meal.

I hope this helps, and that you find some relief soon!

u/Orchidsandtears · 1 pointr/ttcafterloss

Agh! I'm sorry, love!

If it helps I can share what has been helping me, but of course we're all different. I take a lot of B6, and chew Gin-Gins. I also try to never get too hungry because that's when the nausea gets me. Well, that and swallowing vitamins. I don't know if any of this will be helpful — one of my friends had hyperemesis gravidarum and she'd have laughed at this advice. I'm sorry this is so awful!

u/Madky67 · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

I think pg mutes my taste buds. I have a really strong sense of smell and therfore taste. Store bought juices were overly sweet and actually making my mouth raw and then I would have trouble tasting anything. Friut flavors are the only flavors that taste good to me. I just started diy and using juice that doesn't have a bunch of sweetner has helped a lot. I made my first few batches with pg60 vg40 and everything tasted great. But I purchased a few pod systems for the first time and decided to make the same recipes in a 50/50 ratio and I could barely taste anything from it for days, even though the first time I made the same recipes they were good to go from the first or second day.

When I was trying to find out what was wrong with my mouth, I came across a forum about vapors tongue and someone said they use chimes [Chimes Ginger Chews] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0079LT71G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ft6WDb3FCBW60) I don't get vapors tongue that much, it's more like something is wrecking my mouth. But these help clear my palette. Brushing my teeth and tongue never did it. The peanut butter ones are amazing, I thought I would hate that flavor.

u/queen_of_turtles · 1 pointr/migraine

These are the kind I buy! I’m not sure if they sell them over there in the UK, but you can find them in pretty much any health food store in the US. They aren’t gummies exactly but have more of a thick caramel texture, so watch out if you have any fillings. I’m sure any type of ginger (tea, ale, crystallized, etc) would do, but these are especially yummy :)

u/tygrshel · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You should try Biscoff cookies they are awesome! And they are those cookies you get on airplanes.

And I want to try those mango gummy/candy, because I love mangoes and haven't tried a mango candy before.

I also suggest you try ginger candy if you haven't before. It tastes good, but has some heat to it, not too much though.

And try Teavana Blueberry Bliss Rooibos tea and Pineapple Kona Pop together! It's like a fruit punch or something!!! Mmmmmmmm

u/Yogadork · 18 pointsr/antiMLM

Sorry you're getting downvoted for saying something works for you. I see there is peppermint and ginger in those gelcaps. You could give these peppermint flavored ginger chews a try if you want to stay on the safe side. There are smaller bags, but the 1lb bag is the best deal. I love them and the plain ginger ones, but they also have mango, orange, and peanut butter flavored ones.

u/afcagroo · 1 pointr/LSD

Ginger chews help with the mucus issue and the nausea.

As soon as I start to come up, my sinuses and throat say "LSD? Oh good, let's make massive amounts of mucus!". The ginger chews don't solve the problem, but they help. Plus I love the taste.

u/hitonihi · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I flew to Greece and back from the United States at the very end of the first trimester. The flights honestly weren't too bad, except that on the way back there was some heavy turbulence (which has never bothered me before!) and I nearly used the sick bag. Things that probably helped: I made sure to carry extra snacks, as well as ginger chews (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D6X94D2/) and Queasy Drops (https://www.amazon.com/Three-Lollies-Queasy-Drops-Variety/dp/B0052N7YQ8), and drink a lot of ginger ale, and I also picked up a set of anti-nausea bands (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BKAGF5C, which I personally like more than the sweatband style ones).

Unfortunately, my good luck didn't extend to the trip itself! I was pretty miserable for the two weeks we were there.

u/Rimn · 1 pointr/oculus

People poked fun at Oculus for having bins of ginger candy available at their GDC demos, but ginger really is a great way to combat motion sickness. I ended up buying a bunch of the same kind of ginger candy Oculus had, and I plan to offer it to people any time I'm giving demos of VR to friends or family.

Ginger People Gin Gins Chewy Ginger Candy

u/SG804 · 2 pointsr/rva

A cook I used to work with introduced me to this stuff.

It's awesome hot or cold and is pretty handy for sauces and whatnot as well. They have it at Tan A for about the same price as Amazon.

Also mixes OK with vodka.

u/servethe_serpents · 1 pointr/teenagers

Yeah I was sick too, recently. It sucks. I'm still actually dealing with the fallout, even though it's been about a week or two. Luckily my aunt had introduced us to this ginger candy. It burns (in a tolerable way), but it's pretty effective in getting rid of the soreness. I recommend it, you should check it out.

Here's a link:

u/alway122 · 1 pointr/kratom

Prince of Peace 100% Natural Ginger Candy, 3 PAK - 3 X 4.4oz (3 x 125g) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GZRW2O4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_arwPAbTSZX0PN

These are the ones I buy. I actually ate them a lot before Kratom as well. They're cheap and great.

u/Throwawaypoppys · 6 pointsr/kratom

Oh well, that's why I bought a bag from him last time. You can find them other places and there are different brands of ginger chews. ALSO if you are into your skin feelin GREAT after you shower or bathe, I suggest at the very least trying his Peppermint Tea Tree Activated Charcoal soap, my skin has been dry for decades (its hereditary) and Its never felt as good after soap, unless I used that charcoal soap he has. :)

Edit: https://www.amazon.com/Chimes-Ginger-Chews-1lb-Variety/dp/B0079LT71G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1505061883&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=ginger%2Bchews&smid=A12LG4IUYHK4ZN&th=1

u/cazman321 · 2 pointsr/simracing

I felt bad at first. Sometimes I'll feel a bit off/sweaty, but I recently grabbed a huge bag of ginger candy double strength and I never feel any sickness as long as I have one before racing https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00IO2K91Q that's like 160 pieces

u/16-bitch · 2 pointsr/Anxiety

THESE are amazing for nausea! They’re really strong ginger gummies, and they come in other flavors too. Whenever I feel like I’m seriously about to throw up, I take one, and it actually works.

u/Mr_Disoriented · 1 pointr/ibs

I was put on Paxil for IBS-D and left on it for over a decade. When it was time for me to come off I suffered withdrawal, including nausea, that left me unable to eat and bed bound. I found The Ginger People Gin Gins Original Chewy Ginger Candy which I swear saved my life. Now, when I get that extra special nauseous feeling I'll reach for one of those before the Zofran, which I worship in it's own right. I would say 75% of the time it helps and I can skip the Zofran.

u/ksprincessjade · 2 pointsr/kratom

i think you're just taking too much and possibly too often, just take like half of what you've been taking and only dose like twice a day. Kratom has a sort of plateau effect where you feel good up to a point, but taking more after that will just cause the alkaloids to build up in your body and basically cancel out the good effects

BTW i get stomach pains sometimes too, just make sure you're drinking enough water, and i've also found that those ginger chew candies help settle the stomach amazingly

u/noideaeither · 2 pointsr/Ultramarathon

I'm a big fan of Ginger Chews. You can get a pack at Trader Joes for like $2 (Gingins). I don't even like ginger that much, but these really help, and have calories!

You can also get them on Amazon, of course: http://www.amazon.com/Ginger-People-Original-Chews-3oz/dp/B000BP1SDM

u/cg001 · 5 pointsr/PS4

Play some of the demos that came with it. I played rush of blood for about a week and never really had problems except for rigs.

Theres also getting your 'vr legs'. The more you play vr the less you get motion sickness.

Or you can get ginger candy. That gets rid of vr sickness ive heard

u/KINGCLVN · 2 pointsr/kratom

I would recommend Green strains for anxiety, specifically Green Malay. This differs from person to person, but reds can be more nauseating for me. Stick with low doses (since higher doses are what causes nausea for me) and buy some ginger chews or make some ginger root tea if the nausea gets bad.

Try different methods of consumption. Personally, I toss and wash, but I know it can be rough on people's stomach. Maybe try brewing tea or capping kratom if this is the case.

Best of luck to you and your brother. Mental illness is never anything to take lightly, and you are doing a good thing by trying to help him out.

Chimes Ginger Candy, 1lb Variety https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GODIBMQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_sycxyb6HGA0JM

u/Jess_Starfire · 2 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

I used to be a singer so I got all of the tricks

tea with honey. You can do tea with lemon but I always found lemon to hurt my throat more than help. Also lots of water and clear liquids.

Ginger candies. Even though they are ginger chews, just suck on them like a cough drop


these are my favorite and a bit stronger in the ginger flavor

u/gooeyguts21 · 1 pointr/PSVR

literally just ginger that's coated. 3 grams of sugar and pretty much nothing else bad. Sorry for the big link. Ginger in general tends to help motion sickness.


u/Weeelll_Actually · 1 pointr/Assistance

Gin Gins are the best imo.. the are several types.

The Ginger People Gin Gins Original Chewy Ginger Candy 3 Oz (pack of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000LKX4FW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_AHQLDb26V0W52

u/jag-lkn · 4 pointsr/Narcolepsy

I carry ginger chews (like Prince of Peace Ginger Candy 4.4 oz. (Pack of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0779PY9KC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_iXGKDbVKER433) with me all the time. Used to have more gastro issues, but they work wonders. I could live w/taking Rx and ginger Chee together every morning. Hope it goes away soon for you!

u/ErrorAcquired · 3 pointsr/kratom

ginger chews by chimes. Trust me!


Thank me after trying them! its a little known secret, and some vendors add a few of these to my orders

u/plasticlivesmatter · 1 pointr/researchchemicals

Ginger caps? What exactly are these, like dried up ginger ground up and put in a capsule?

Here is a link to buy the candies from amazon. They are really freaking cheap, and they are actually good tasting, in my opinion at least, so you'll probably end up going through them a lot faster than you will use them for tripping with lol.

u/CarlSagan4Ever · 2 pointsr/Gastroparesis

These are my favorite ginger candies :)

u/Caustical · 1 pointr/kratom

Ginger Chews works well. I rarely get nausea unless I dose too high, but I keep these on hand:

u/AskMrScience · 1 pointr/TrollXChromosomes

If ginger helps you, these are the only candies I've found that were intense enough to help with my sea sickness nausea.

u/JohnnyPlainview · 2 pointsr/ibs

lol blood I got you! edit: it's muuuuuuuch cheaper at TJ's like, $2.5 or something

For the diet, I generally follow the Monash app.

u/PotentialPeach · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Awesome slippers

Good lotion


Awesome blanket

Ginger chews

Trashy romance novels (go to the thrift store, they are usually under $1

In a tote bag instead of a basket so she can bring the things with her to appointments.

u/MidnightCoconut · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Oh and if you like/ don't mind the taste of ginger, things made with real ginger can help. I like these chewy candies: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ISUOEQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_0YT0DbVBHKHQ7

u/diminutive_lebowski · 2 pointsr/oculus

Not to sound like a shill but Trader Joe's has a lot of ginger stuff.

These are really good.

u/mycosniper · 2 pointsr/LSD

These work great to combat nausea.

Chimes Original Ginger Chews, 1-pound bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ISUOEQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_QuPQCb9JGW7YX

u/Nolff · 1 pointr/kratom

Ginger chews really help.

How many grams did you burn?

When I first started, somebody turned me on to ginger chews and it enhances the whole experience and prevents nausea.

u/Torisuta · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These just conveniently went out of stock, but when they're in stock, they're under $5 and Prime. They help with nausea a ton (which I get a lot from migraines.)

u/Amaquieria · 1 pointr/WatchPeopleDieInside

Chimes ginger chews. I usually find them at the Asian market near me. They're also on Amazon.

Chimes Original Ginger Chews, 1-pound bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ISUOEQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_wD.TCb91RABTM

u/ash_O_leigh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I try to promote rescue and no kill shelters as much as possible. I am also trying to get into recycling. It's hard to do so in ND.

I'd like to try this ginger candy.

Jani likes it au naturel

u/gummy_bear_time · 7 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Ginger chews! I personally like the ones by Chimes, and you can order a multi-flavor pack from Amazon. They're 16 calories a piece, and while tasty, not as addicting as chocolate so the calories don't add up as fast. :D

u/Prometheus4620 · 2 pointsr/cigars

I have found that ginger chews help a lot

u/AssPounder5000LLC · 1 pointr/bipolar

I’m sorry your struggling with the vomiting. There is this candy made from ginger root that helps with nausea as well as a drug your doctor can prescribe called Zofran. I will update this with a link to these anti nausea candies. You get used to the bitter taste but if you can chew one of these before you hurl, the nausea will subside :)

update: link to the ginger root candies that I swear by for nausea

u/cramp · 1 pointr/travel

Ginger chews work well, too. You can get them anywhere.

u/TheLoCoRaven · 2 pointsr/PSVR

I like these ones, but I don't actually need them for VR. I haven't had any motion sickness with PSVR since the first day.


u/NoIWontSmellThis · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

These help me a lot to cut down on the general nausea https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0779PY9KC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_BdpzDbDQ5AA90 .

u/Boozybrain · 3 pointsr/flying


and more time. I wasn't fully over it until probably 30 hours in and doing touch and goes on a hot windy day.

u/MXEnthusiast · 1 pointr/Drugs

Chimes ginger chews. I eat some every time I use kratom.

u/fortheshitters · 2 pointsr/oculus

I keep a bag of these handy for guests.

u/TedSchmosbey · 7 pointsr/Kratomm

Chimes Original Ginger Chews, 1-pound bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ISUOEQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_UXKKAbWBYYX4E

I got tired of being teased with 2 or 3 in a kratom order and then none at all so I bought a couple lbs.

u/NotNotACylon · 3 pointsr/BB30

Ginger really is pretty good for nausea. BUT, ginger ale has very little or no real ginger in it. It's no better than sprite. Ginger beer (it's non-alcoholic) will work well though. You can find it at fancier grocery stores. I also used a lot of chewy ginger candy (gin gins) and a hot ginger drink (ginger honey crystals). Warning, these are all very spicy because they have a high concentration of real ginger.

That being said, there's no shame in getting anti-nausea medication either. D what works for you.

u/NNTPgrip · 1 pointr/Vive

Make sure your IPD is correctly set. Make sure you have a beast of a machine. Check your steamvr frame graph for frame drops/late starts etc and tweak if you can or avoid that particular game/experience. Stick with teleport locomotion games/experiences only, but a bad performing game or experience will make you ill regardless.

You also might have a issue with vertigo in general. I have issues with that and its called BPPV. Try the half-summersalt or Epley maneuver to get the calcium crystals in your ear back to where they should be. I got a thing called the Dizzyfix from amazon that guided me through the Epley. I am at some point going to post my experiences with Vertigo and Motion sickness with the Vive and Rift to /r/vive into one big post.

Ginger may help(take it like 30 minutes in advance). I like pickled ginger(the stuff they give you with sushi), or those Gin-gins candies:

lying flat on the floor on a rug or carpet(no pillow) with a fan pointed right on me is the only thing that sooths me if I screwed up and went too long with VR