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Old 01-12-2020, 09:20 AM   #1
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Anybody tried these? For the price, $100.00+, I would hope they work..patches aren’t available anymore, so I need another remedy...any feedback?
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Anybody tried these? For the price, $100.00+, I would hope they work..patches aren’t available anymore, so I need another remedy...any feedback?

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My wife uses the wrist bands, but she only paid like $7 for them. They are elastic with a plastic bump piece that you position on a pressure point. She says they work for her, but she usually hedges her bet with Dramamine too.
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Anybody tried these? For the price, $100.00+, I would hope they work..patches aren’t available anymore, so I need another remedy...any feedback?
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Have your doctor write the RX and then have a compounding pharmacy make you some Scopace pills. Search the Saltdog page for this popular topic.
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The sea bands cost $7 on Amazon - not sure what any $100 bands may be?
These worked amazingly well for two of my kids and my sister-in-law swears by them. For $7, worth a try...
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Old 01-12-2020, 09:58 AM   #6
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A band that takes a battery for those who cannot take scopace. you can order or research thu Walgreens?
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Placebo it works for some but I would rather have the drug. I have a couple sets on the boat when someone starts to get sick I give them to them. Only had 2 people out of maybe 40 that said they worked. One lady showed up with the expensive battery ones she got sick in 20 minutes.
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:19 AM   #8
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They don't work for me at all. I think if someone is afraid they would get sick but not actually prone to seasickness they would be comforting.


Patches at $10 a piece are too expensive for my budget. I ordered some Stugeron from an offshore pharmacy and it is 100% effective and affordable. Of course any drug you take comes with some risks but if I want to be on the ocean I have no other choice.
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They don't work for me at all. I think if someone is afraid they would get sick but not actually prone to seasickness they would be comforting.


Patches at $10 a piece are too expensive for my budget. I ordered some Stugeron from an offshore pharmacy and it is 100% effective and affordable. Of course any drug you take comes with some risks but if I want to be on the ocean I have no other choice.


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Anybody tried these? For the price, $100.00+, I would hope they work..patches aren’t available anymore, so I need another remedy...any feedback?

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Patches are absolutely available. I just got a refill for my Scope patches right before Bouy 10 opened. Go see your Dr and get an Rx.


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Old 01-12-2020, 10:40 AM   #11
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My wife and I use the "cheap" wrist bands and have yet to sea sick but our trips have been in calm seas except for some adventures on the Columbia in our 20 ft boat!

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Old 01-12-2020, 10:43 AM   #12
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I also just got a order of scope patches delivered to my mailbox 1 week ago
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:52 AM   #13
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Old 01-12-2020, 12:35 PM   #14
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For me, Dramamine ruins the trip because I struggle to stay awake. What has worked really well for me is a half dozen Ginger capsules and a positive attitude.

They should be available at most any store or drug store in the vitamin/supplement section for around $6.
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Old 01-12-2020, 01:35 PM   #15
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My dad gets deathly sick even using standard meds. The cheap wrist bands absolutely work for him and have for years. Well enough he even took my mom on a cruise ship for 10 days. I tried them years ago with no real results. I prefer Scopace tablets if I have them.
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Old 01-12-2020, 01:36 PM   #16
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I like that shocking wristband a buddy uses. When he's getting sick he turns it up and it really whacks him at changing intervals. It's good entertainment for me, like when I was training my dog with a shock collar and electric fence. My dog thought it was a game for awhile and seemed to enjoy the shock and be proud of jumping into the zone, getting buzzed and looking at me with a smile saying I did it again dad....

I think it would be better if you bring a cattle prod and when you feel woozy, let your buddies zap you. That way they get entertainment along with you having your mind taken off the seas for a minute.

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Old 01-12-2020, 08:55 PM   #17
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You can order the scopace pills from Australia, no RX required. I picked up 36 pills for ~$30 including shipping.
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You can order the scopace pills from Australia, no RX required. I picked up 36 pills for ~$30 including shipping.
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:39 AM   #19
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if you do can do it right and off the side of the boat, puke is great for chumming!
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My wife uses the wrist bands, but she only paid like $7 for them. They are elastic with a plastic bump piece that you position on a pressure point. She says they work for her, but she usually hedges her bet with Dramamine too.

Wife bought us some of these when we took a cruise for 7 days, None of us 4 ever got sick. I believe we paid about 7.00 as well.
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Old 01-13-2020, 11:00 AM   #21
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The few wristbands I've tried do not work for me. Good old dramamine works the best for me.
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Old 01-13-2020, 11:24 AM   #22
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Surprised no one mentioned Bonine.
When I had my sportfisher, I always kept Bonine on hand for greenbacks that wanted to go out with me.
I'd usually have them take it when we'd meet up and by the time we got to the launch it would be in effect.
I'm fortunate that I don't suffer from motion sickness, at least I never have and I've been in rough water on small boats a good number of times.
Unfortunately it's a problem for both my kids and grandkids.
My daughter gets sea sick on a calm lake.
I know it's miserable. Scope patches should be a last resort though.
My sporting partner for years would get sick whenever we went out. He tried all the remedies.
But I'll give him credit, even being as sick as it made him he'd still go at every chance.
He'd fish a bit then puke a bit then some more then... You get the idea.
But for most people Bonine works.

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Old 01-13-2020, 11:30 AM   #23
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I keep a electric stimulation wrist band on my boat for guests that have sea sickness issues. It really does work quite well and relief can be instant.
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X2 for Bonine. Sometimes it dries my mouth but doesn't make me drowsy.

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There was a link in this thread on the salty dogs forum that I used for the Australian pharmacy

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I took one guy out and he said he really liked the wrist band. He said I was great for wiping the puke off his face, and his sleeves stayed cleaned.

I just thought it was funny, they may work for some.
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Old 01-14-2020, 07:43 AM   #28
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Placebo it works for some but I would rather have the drug. I have a couple sets on the boat when someone starts to get sick I give them to them. Only had 2 people out of maybe 40 that said they worked. One lady showed up with the expensive battery ones she got sick in 20 minutes.

Mythbusters had an interesting episode on this:


https://mythresults.com/episode43


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Seasickness: Kill or Cure

The MythBusters tested various seasickness cures. They wanted to see if any non-pharmaceutical, no-side-effect remedy would work.
Motion sickness is caused by your brain being unable to process conflicting signals from your sense: your eyes tell you that your surroundings are still, but your inner ear and your fine muscle controls are telling you that things are moving.
Test setup

They built a chair modeled after NASA's seasick chair. The chair spun around at 7 rpm while the person in the chair was ordered to move their head to touch tennis balls positioned in front, behind, and to the sides.
Finding the test subject

They had to figure out who in the MythBusters crew was susceptible to seasickness. Adam was a sure bet because of previous seasickness during the Jaws Special. Sure enough, Adam got quesy within 3 and half minutes on the chair. After a half an hour in the chair, Jamie was still fine. Kari and Tory were both fine as well. Grant became the final test subject. He lasted longer than Adam, but he got sick as well.
Remedy Testing

  • Homoepathic tongue tingler. They used a unnamed spray that you squirt under the tongue as often as needed. Grant was sick within 10 minutes and vomited some small chunks. Adam was sick within 4 minutes.
  • Wrist straps:They wore little gray wristbands that are 'Barry Manilow's choice.' Adam was sick within 90 seconds. Grant got sick as well. They've gotten pretty quick with bringing a bucket to Grant.
  • *Ginger pills: It worked! Adam and Grant were both fine.
  • Small shocks on the P6 Accupunture point (on the wrist): Both Adam and Grant got sick.
  • Placebo: They told Grant and Adam they were getting an over-the-counter pharmaceutical remedy, but they actually gave them vitamins. Adam's reponse: "I hate this [bleeping] chair" after three and a half minutes. Grant: "This is among the most effective, if not the most effective."
  • Over-the-counter pharmaceutical drug: Worked on Adam and Grant, but it made them both a little loopy.
Only thing that worked without any side effects was the ginger pill.
Ginger pills: plausible
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Old 01-14-2020, 08:49 AM   #29
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Another vote for Stugeron. I learned about that from some ocean sailing friends. They buy it in Mexico.
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I have both pairs. The $7.00 pair, and the $100.00 electronic one. They both work, but the electronic one you can adjust the electronic pulses going into the wrist. I have burnt my wrist with the electronic one, trying to control my nausea. The problem with them is, you are constantly reminded that you are trying not to get sick. Which makes your brain work harder, and you end up getting sick anyway.
BUT, With that said, I have Ménière's disease, which cause vertigo. So I'm always nauseous. The Drs thought the bands would help. They do for a little time, till my body figures out I'm trying to fool it.


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Old 01-15-2020, 12:12 AM   #32
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You just need to develop your sea legs. After two years on ships I had a hard time walking if the floor wasn't moving.
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You can order pills from Beaverton Pharmacy, Banks Pharmacy, and others around just get a script and have them made. Look up compounding pharmacys in the area you live in or ask your pharmacist who does it. In the area I have found them to be about $1.00 each.
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Cold fried chicken and coffee . My girlfriend says the bands absolutely work for her. I have only gotten seasick a few times when I was young. Lucky me I guess.
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When I was a kid standalone put me to sleep and I still got seasick.
Marazine didn't put me to sleep and I felt fine. Unfortunately I don't think marazine is available any more.

After 23 years in the Navy I don't often get seasick any more.I'll just feel qweezy. If you keep your head up and don't lose the horizon, it helps a lot.

Don't eat a greasy dinner or breakfast before you go and DON'T go on an empty stomach.
If you do get sick have some crackers or bread with you to eat. Keep something in your stomach so you don't get dry heaves.

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In 1998, I was working at an Oregon port and talked to a guy who was restocking the container of wrist bands at a store. I asked how they worked. He said he made them and they worked by a person starting to feel sick, thinking about the band, then playing with the band and not thinking about getting sick. He said it was all mental.

If you use bonine, go to a WalMart or other pharmacy and ask for a bottle of Meclazine. They are non-prescription and the active ingredient in Bonine. Cost about $7.00 for 250 last I bought some. I used to carry a bottle on board. I don’t anymore.
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Full blown puker here. I've tried everything under the sun, wristbands included. Only thing that works for me is Scopace.
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Full blown puker here. I've tried everything under the sun, wristbands included. Only thing that works for me is Scopace.


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I consider myself very fortunate as I have never had a problem. Even in some sporty seas. Sure hope it stays that way.

I have a good friend that would love to experience what the ocean has to offer, but he get's sick 100% of the time. Even crabbing the Hammond area.

Following this thread so maybe I can get him some help. Funny thing is, he's a doctor. I figured he would know what to take. Guess not, but if you ever need foot/ankle work, he'll have you covered.


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Dramamine makes me sleepy, so I take a full dose the night before and a half dose the next morning.

The trick is to go to bed extra early, in which case the dramamine acts like a sleeping pill, knocking you out earlier than usual (This is a plus for me since I usually leave super early for a boat trip anyway, and it's often hard to fall asleep thinking about all of the fish you are gonna catch the next day)

Seems like by getting it in my system, the half dose on fishing day doesn't make me too drowsy.

Dramamine and bonine both are equally effective for me.
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Read the label on both the products, the active ingredient should be Meclizine. Some Dramamine might be something else and that's the stuff that makes folks drowsy. If it works, fine but the drowsy part makes a lot of people sick because they put their head down for a nap and start puking a few minutes later. Keep you head up and eyes open, no napping.
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Full blown puker here. I've tried everything under the sun, wristbands included. Only thing that works for me is Scopace.


Me too. Even with the scopolamine, I get queezy. Hard to get used to the movement when you only go out a couple times a year.


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Join one of the sea services, you'll soon be a salt, having to walk on the bulkheads sometimes, and being below decks watching your tools swinging on their hooks cures just about any seasickness over time. Been lucky enough to never have been sick, even as a kid fishing with my grandparents out of Chinook. If the fishing got slow grandad would just tell grandma to feed me something, it always worked, never could finish anything I was eating.
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