MOTION SICKNESS, GINGER, AND PSYCHOPHYSICS

@article{Mowrey1982MOTIONSG,
  title={MOTION SICKNESS, GINGER, AND PSYCHOPHYSICS},
  author={D. Mowrey and D. Clayson},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1982},
  volume={319},
  pages={655-657}
}
Abstract The effects of the powdered rhizome of Zingiber officinale on the symptoms of motion sickness were compared with those of dimenhydrinate and placebo in 36 undergraduate men and women who reported very high susceptibility to motion sickness. [...] Key Method Motion sickness was induced by placing the blindfolded subject in a tilted rotating chair. Measurements of perceived degree of gastrointestinal distress were reported every 15 s for up to 6 minutes by means of psychophysical methods. Z. officinale…Expand
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