take a little fresh ginger and grind it up and use it in food or water. it helps settle the stomac and sooth nassia. sorry my english is'nt great. hope it helps.
A few things for Seasickness:
-go into the fresh air
-place 'ginger root' under your tongue & suck on it (this worked on a snorkelling trips in the Keys)
-lie down on your left (your stomache is closer to the right & this alleviates pressure on it, making nauseasness at ease)
-place cold wet towel on base of neck
-they say look at the Horizon, but it makes it worse for me.
Ginger or pepermint and either lie completely flat or look in the direction you're going and get fresh air. oh and rub your wrists in your pressure points. I've been on sailing holidays since i was 8 and i've used them all on occasion!
I WORK ON A CRUISE SHIP AND HAVE SEEN A LOT OF MY GUEST FALL SEA SICK .THE BEST REMEDY I SUGGEST IS TO BITE INTO SOME GREENAPPLES .EVEN GINGERALE IS A GREAT CURE AND WORKS AS EFFECTIVELY
Before you go out on to the water in the morning try taking a ginger pill. If you have some powdered ginger available it will work too.
Suck on some grains of aniseed, some candy sugar, or anything minty.
In a car, do not look out the side window but instead look straight ahead.
Eat only a light meal before traveling. Do not eat until you are full.
Try to keep the head from rocking. When the vessel rocks one direction, counteract it by moving your head or body the other direction.