Medicinal Herbs for Motion Sickness
Almost everyone experiences some level of motion sickness at some point during their life. Motion sickness is a result of confused signals received by the brain. In other words, what is being perceived by the eye is not matched by the signals received by the inner ear. The symptoms of motion sickness arise as a result of real, anticipated or perceived movement (some Imax films can cause motion sickness) and include nausea, thirst, sweating, dizziness, and vomiting. At best these symptoms can be inconvenient and embarrassing and at worst they can be life-threatening in cases of severe dehydration. Children are