7 doctors weighed in:

How can ginger help with motion sickness?

7 doctors weighed in
Dr. Taraneh Azar
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
5 doctors agree

In brief: Benefit of ginger

Ginger contains a substance which is thought to promote peristatlis (contaction of the intestines in a forward motion) and to stimulate gastric secretions.
It essentially functions as an antinausea agent without any sedating effects.

In brief: Benefit of ginger

Ginger contains a substance which is thought to promote peristatlis (contaction of the intestines in a forward motion) and to stimulate gastric secretions.
It essentially functions as an antinausea agent without any sedating effects.
Dr. Taraneh Azar
Dr. Taraneh Azar
Thank
Dr. Harold Peltan
Ophthalmology

In brief: Actually yes

A medical study done in denmark and published in the british medical journal lancet showed convincing evidence that it does help.
Ginger has been a traditional remedy for years. In reasonable doses, it should not be harmful. Of course, there are other treatments as well, including dramamine (dimenhydrinate) patches.

In brief: Actually yes

A medical study done in denmark and published in the british medical journal lancet showed convincing evidence that it does help.
Ginger has been a traditional remedy for years. In reasonable doses, it should not be harmful. Of course, there are other treatments as well, including dramamine (dimenhydrinate) patches.
Dr. Harold Peltan
Dr. Harold Peltan
Thank
Read more answers from doctors