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Old 05-06-2012
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Keep a bottle of ginger capsules on board. Anyone who affirmatively or hesitantly answers to the "who gets seasick/carsick/carnivalsick" question should take 1-2 capsules 45-60 minutes before taking off and then another one as you leave. It's good for you, and it makes your burps taste like candy. Fresh ginger is probably best, but far less convenient and a large number of people don't like the taste. You should also pay attention to the food in your stomachs as foul blends of dairy, citrus, sugars and alcohol can induce a vomitocious trip even if you're not prone to seasickness. Take caution on a totally empty stomach too, as the ginger powder will sit on top of bile until it dissolves and even up to an hour later, I've belched up a powder cloud of ginger that tends to burn the sinuses a bit. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1336351510.119210.jpg
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