Very quickly--wanted to share this bit of success before I crash and burn entirely.
Late last evening, I got hit suddenly by three punches of vertigo within about 10 minute's time. Today vertigo and nausea are washing over me wave after wave, tinnitus is absolutely shrieking like a banshee and my ears are poised to expel their contents like projectile vomiting. Oh, and I've got pounding head pain as well.
I ate oatmeal with hempseed oil to see if that would settle my stomach. Nothing happened. I took both Robinul and Valium, the two prescriptions that my neurotologist gave me for Meniere's symptoms. Two and half hours past and other than feeling drowsy as well, I had every symptom that I've had all day.
Between waves, I made 16 fl ozs of peppermint tea and put in two small spoonfuls of my homemade Honey Stuff which has a good dose of ginger in it into each teacup. Ginger is perhaps the top-of-the-line non-Rx vertigo and nausea treatment out there. I put Bach Flower Remedies Scleranthus, Wild Oat, and Gentian drops in the tea cup as well.
Not only does this peppermint/honey/citrus/ginger tea tastes utterly divine, but in this last half an hour the vertigo has slowed to a small constant rather than strong waves and the nausea has vanished completely.
Could it be that the meds simply took longer than 2 1/2 hours to work? Possible but my stomach was actually empty enough when I took them that they should have hit my system within about 20 minutes or so. They did not.
I can certainly feel them now nearly 3 hours later. Hell, in another hour it'll be time for more and the last dose has only just begun. I'm of the firm opinion that this tea rebuked the rising tide until the meds had a chance.
If you haven't got a jar of Honey Stuff in your fridge, consider making some up on a day when your over health and ability suns are shining. It has proven itself valuable and, when stored in properly sanitized containers in the fridge, should last for at least a year.
I'm off for a crash landing. Take care. Hang in there.
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