What are the herbs that can be used for motion sickness
Hi I would say that ginger might help you this can be made into ginger tea or a thin slice chewed or sucked during the time that you experience the sickness eg while on a boat or driving etc Ginger has many uses but one effect is it reduces nausea and as such is also used for sea sickness. I believe another herb that might help is fennel and the seeds of the plant can be chewed or taken in a capsule.
Forgot to mention that if ginger is too much for your pallete you could also take this in a herbal capsule and can be found at most health food stores.
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