Answer 1 of 10: I was watching Mythbusters the other night and they were doing a bit on different remedies for motion sickness. One of the remedies was ginger .
Ginger, of course, is widely available in its raw state (ginger root), but as well as fresh, it can also be used dried, powdered and as a juice or oil. You'll find it available as supplements, pills and capsules, tea, candied, in drinks (ginger ale, ginger beer) and in sweets and cookies (ginger snaps and nuts).
Ginger: A Natural Remedy for Motion Sickness. Fresh root. Teas. Capsules. Tablets. Tinctures. Liquid extracts. Candied slices (See our previous Candied Ginger recipe.)
I get motion sick riding in cars, on amusement park rides, bumpy flights and etc., so I've always taken scopalamine patches on cruises to .