FAQ – Why Do I Get Nausea When I Drink the Juices?

There are two key things to remember when taking the juices, especially the grape mush and/or the Noni Juice.

First, a person should always sip these juices very, very slowly. They are potent and your digestive tract is not used to them. If you get nauseous you are probably drinking them too quickly.

A good rule of thumb is to take at least 1 hour (when possible) to drink 16 ounces.

However, there may be a way to increase the amount of juice you can drink without getting nauseous.

Second, if you drink natural water before, during and after you drink the juices, it may help with nausea.

I received an email from an ND, who stated: “one of the key benefits of FRESH juice(s) certainly is the purity thereof, few people have the presence of mind and discipline to sip-and-salivate, which is essential to good digestion, even of melons. For the help of so many, they may dilute with pure water, unless/until health improves, and discipline likewise, and will suffer no significant nutrient loss thereby.”