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Does ginger prevent motion sickness?
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Dr. Randy Baker
Holistic Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Research has proven ginger to be very effective for preventing motion sickness.
See http://www.Nytimes.Com/2007/08/21/health/21real.Html and http://www.Drweil.Com/drw/u/art00390/motion-sickness.Html.

In brief: Yes
Research has proven ginger to be very effective for preventing motion sickness.
See http://www.Nytimes.Com/2007/08/21/health/21real.Html and http://www.Drweil.Com/drw/u/art00390/motion-sickness.Html.
Dr. Randy Baker
Dr. Randy Baker
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Dr. Martha Stark
Psychiatry
In brief: Often
Motion sickness (or kinetosis) is a condition in which a conflict exists between the visual system (which detects little or no motion) and the vestibular system (which senses motion).
Nausea, dizziness, and fatigue are the most common symptoms. Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) is the more "conventional" approach; ginger root is a more "alternative" but often equally effective treatment for the nausea.

In brief: Often
Motion sickness (or kinetosis) is a condition in which a conflict exists between the visual system (which detects little or no motion) and the vestibular system (which senses motion).
Nausea, dizziness, and fatigue are the most common symptoms. Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) is the more "conventional" approach; ginger root is a more "alternative" but often equally effective treatment for the nausea.
Dr. Martha Stark
Dr. Martha Stark
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