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Lasts for a week or so So not a bad idea and not so expensive when you just use one. Also you need to wear a few days before to make it effective. Available in USA too.
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On Jun 9, 2021, at 2:10 PM, CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...> wrote:
Tell crew members to tell you when they feel the least bit queasy, then put them in the helm seat and have them steer to something on the horizon, even if it is a cloud...of course, you'll have to adjust their focus when the cloud moves.
This works. Have you ever known a driver of a car to get car sick?
When doing aerobatic training in the RCAF, we could use Scopolamine patches.
Luckily, I never needed one even when surrounded by very sick people. I am lucky.
Jean-Pierre Germain, Eleuthera, SM007, NZ
Scopaderm a patch that sticks to the skin behind the ear and available at pharmacies in NZ is excellent for crew afflicted by sea sickness . It’s not cheap at about NZ $25 for 2 patches. You wear both. Does not make users drowsy. I don’t use myself but always keep some on board for use when someone on board is afflicted
Nga Waka SN 61
I was asked by a crewmember to poll the group to find out what Amel owners used
and recommended for seasickness.
Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376