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Re: Seasick medication
I think you may be talking about Stugeron (generic name Cinnarizine) which is not available in U.S. However it is the same derivative of piperazine of Bonine or Antivert which is available OTC in U.S. They all work well if it is taking before the voyage.
Prior to take the seasickness med, try it at home to see if any side effect occurs on land.
Salivette won't work. To prevent excessive over production of saliva, use crystallized ginger root (not the sweet one).
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Last edited by rockDAWG; 02-14-2013 at 04:17 PM.