For many women, morning sickness is the first indication of pregnancy. Many herbs are recommend for morning sickness. One of the most widely cited is ginger. Ginger can be very effective for morning sickness and for other conditions in which nausea plays a major role.
Ginger is technically a rhizome, or underground stem, rather than a root. Ginger has played a role in cooking and healing since the dawn of history. Multiple studies have been performed using ginger to prevent morning sickness. Ginger has no known pharmaceutical effects on the fetus. Ginger can be taken in a tea or capsules.