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Non-prescription medicine for vomiting is directed at one of two problem sites: the stomach and labyrinths.
'Meclizine and Cyclizine' (available at your local pharmacy)
*-These are antihistamines with powerful anti-nausea actions on the labyrinths. They prevent motion sickness and the vomiting associated with it. Meclizine can be used just once daily in anyone over 12 years; and Cylizine is shorter acting.
Posphorylated carbohydrate solution- This mixture of sugar syrups and phosphoric acid calms nausea and vomiting due to stomach irritation /upset. Because it’s not a drug, you may use it safely. Be sure to obey the limits on the package, since large doses can worsen vomiting.