Dramamine Non Drowsy

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 Dramamine Non-Drowsy Meclizine

Meclizine, sold under the brand names Bonamine among others, is an antihistamine used to treat motion sickness and the feeling like the world is spinning (vertigo).[1] It is taken by mouth.[1] Effects generally begin in an hour and last for up to a day.[1] Common side effects include sleepiness and dry mouth.[1] Serious side effects may include allergic reactions.[1] Use in pregnancy appears safe but has not been ...
can this be used for air sickness?

I'm a student pilot, and I had my first flight yesterday. Awhile into the flight after we hit some turbulence and started practicing descents I almost lost it. I was sweating profusely and felt extremely nauseous. So much so that my instructor had to take over the controls and open an air vent for me. Anyways, I mentioned to him that I wanted to take Dramamine before the next flight but he told me that in the eyes of the FAA it is illegal to take any sort of medication while piloting an airplane. That's understandable since your functions may be impaired by certain drugs. But I keep reading that Bonine is non-drowsy, and I remember taking it before going in a boat and did not feel any fatigue. Can anybody else speak about this? Since Bonine is non drowsy, can it be taken prior t... ...

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round yellow pill marked otcl 86

Dramamine is what the yellow round pill is marked "otcl 86". It's an off-brand non drowsy medication for motion sickness and nausea. ...

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