Spotlight on Our Ginger Gummies for Nausea

Published on April 17, 2024

By Lisa Stockwell

Lisa Stockwell

Lisa Stockwell has worked as a copywriter, writer, author, and editor for 35 years, specializing in the field of healthcare since 2009. She recognized the need for reliable health information while supporting friends through unique health challenges and refocused her career to bring clarity and compassion to healthcare communications. Lisa is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and a lifelong Northern Californian.

Everyone knows that awful feeling of nausea. The unpleasant saltiness that fills your mouth. The dull heaviness in your abdomen. The tightening of your throat. 

When indigestion, upset stomach, car sickness, or morning sickness sends waves of nausea through your body, you don’t have to suffer in silence. 

Gaia Herbs is excited to introduce our ginger-flavored Nausea gummies, packed with the equivalent of 250 mg of organic dry ginger rhizome per serving to keep you feeling well at home or on the go.

A Pleasant Taste to Soothe an Upset Stomach

When you're feeling nauseous, you don’t want to swallow anything that tastes bad, no matter how well it relieves your nausea. Our Nausea gummies were carefully formulated to create a palatable and well-balanced flavor profile that tastes and feels good going down. 

The flavor of Gaia’s Nausea gummies is refreshing, with a mild zing from ginger and a splash of lemon oil. Both ginger juice and powder have been added to enhance the texture as well as the taste. Organic apple juice concentrate and puree concentrate are used to sweeten the gummies naturally so that a serving of two gummies has only 3 grams of sugar. 

Ginger: The Main Ingredient

For centuries, Ginger has been celebrated for its ability to provide digestive support. This unassuming rhizome (underground horizontal plant stem), with its distinctive aroma and flavor, contains active compounds that make it a gentle and reliable support for unsettled stomachs.

Ginger's effectiveness as a nausea-calming herb is thought to come from its active compounds, gingerol, and shogaol. These compounds are believed to influence several biological pathways in the body, including the nervous system and the digestive tract. When ingested, Ginger acts as a calming agent, helping to counteract the signals of discomfort that accompany nausea.

Ginger Helps Relieve Various Types of Nausea

Research has confirmed Ginger can help relieve nausea in different circumstances, making it the ideal herb for use in our Nausea gummy:

  • Sea sickness: When used in advance of a boat or ship outing REF#2831
  • Motion sickness REF#2832
  • Morning sickness during pregnancy: 1,000 mg per day is recommended REF#2833
  • Post-operative nausea REF#2834

Results from studies have been significant enough that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has recommended Ginger for morning sickness during pregnancy.REF#2835

In addition to its direct impact on the body, Ginger also offers a soothing sensory experience. The slightly spicy and warming quality of ginger may help distract the senses from the sensations of nausea.

Gaia Herbs Delivers Products You Can Trust

You get quality without compromise when you purchase Gaia Herbs’ Nausea gummies.

Every plant used in our supplements is grown on our 350-acre Certified Organic farm in Brevard, North Carolina, or sourced from farms all over the world that we personally vet. Every product we produce meets our Purity & Potency standards, with traceability and testing results available at We are dedicated to transparency and high standards in our products and facilities.

We are proud to be Certified B Corporation®, actively working to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. 

We hope you’ll try our Nausea gummies when needed and check out some of our other supplements to support your health so you can keep feeling your best.


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  • 4. , "The Effect of Ginger on Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting Among Patients Undergoing Upper and Lower Limb Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial", Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing.
  • 5. , "Morning Sickness: Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy", The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists FAQ126 .