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#672566 - 03/24/11 08:09 AM Seasick remedies
Angela J. Shirley Offline
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Hi Everyone:

What do you use for "seasickness"...

I am so not into taking pills smile

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#672646 - 03/24/11 12:39 PM Re: Seasick remedies [Re: Angela J. Shirley]
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Ginger helps, carry some crystallized ginger or ginger flavored hard candy if you can find it. But sometimes you just have to take that pill! Or, how about a patch that sticks behind your ear? Are you taking a cruise? Watch the weather, if it is calm at first you shouldn't have any trouble, but if high seas are predicted a pill is better than misery.
Are you troubled by carsickness? If not then you will probably find your sea legs pretty quickly.

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#673563 - 03/28/11 06:22 PM Re: Seasick remedies [Re: Claybird]
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I agree with Claybird - ginger or ginger root capsules work well. Some cruisers wear anti-motion sickness wristbands called Sea-Bands, while others try the patch. Both seem to be very effective for some people, but not for others. I rarely get seasick, but if there's a lot of rolling motion on a small ship and I'm worried about it, I take Bonine as soon as possible.

Hope that helps!
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#673990 - 03/30/11 11:21 AM Re: Seasick remedies [Re: Nancy - Cruises]
Angela J. Shirley Offline
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Thanks Claybird & Nancy smile
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