Cruising is hell when you're seasick. Luckily, there are several remedies -- from ginger candy and green apples to acupressure wrist bands, medicinal patches and a fixed gaze on the horizon -- that can make you feel better in no time. One of the most effective, though, is seasickness pills, but with so many to choose from, which is the best?
Below, we compare two popular brands, Dramamine versus Bonine. (Note: Dramamine and Bonine both offer several versions of pills and tablets to fight seasickness. For the purposes of this article, we're referring to Bonine's and Dramamine's original formulas.)
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