Question Scopolamine... where to get and cost

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Good day all. Scopolamine
Yeah, I do recall a sailing trip, 24 hours, having that thing behind my ear.
I was throwing up as long as I was awake.
You need to apply it EARLY!
 
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I find that if put the patch on the night before and eat a breakfast burrito or something light the morning of I have never felt less than 90% good, which for me is great
 

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Meclazine the night before. Travacalm just before the boat.
 

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I hate Scop , evil, evil anxiety/panic inducing drug. The best thing I've found is to take Drammine the night before, and then take a half to full tablet that morning. An old timer told me that and I have not been sick in years. Be safe with scolpamine it can have nasty mental side effects even in people with no history
 
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I hate Scop , evil, evil anxiety/panic inducing drug. The best thing I've found is to take Drammine the night before, and then take a half to full tablet that morning. An old timer told me that and I have not been sick in years. Be safe with scolpamine it can have nasty mental side effects even in people with no history

It's amazing how everyone is so different. I consider myself pretty acquainted with the effects of narcotics from a slightly shaded past and I don't feel the slightest bit of anything from Scopolamine. It sure does keep the seasickness away though.

Dramamine on the other hand makes me noticeably sleepy.
 
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