Chandlery February 2007 Issue

Three Lollies Aim to Lick Seasickness Naturally

Unless you’re one of those sailors with a cast iron stomach who can eat sardines in mustard sauce while smoking a green cigar in lumpy seas and 40-knot winds and suffer no ill-effects, you know just how miserable it is to be seasick. The first hour brings fear of death; the second, fear it won’t come soon enough, neither of which are conducive to an enjoyable day on the water.

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