Bonamine

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Bonamine works! Now we can avoid motion sickness with a tablet of Bonamine every time we travel.

Do you have the problem of feeling dizzy and even throwing up when touring by land, air and sea? This is called motion sickness or travel sickness and occurs when the inner ear (which is responsible for balance and movement detection) is disturbed. It also arises when there’s confusion between the sense of sight and balance, as in feeling movement but not actually seeing it just like when inside boats and planes. Sometimes, throwing up and feeling nauseated do not stop when the travel has ended and may go on even after a few hours. That sucks right and always ruins the tour. To stop this, Bonamine, an over the counter drug can be of great help, this drug prevents travel sickness and the good thing about it is that a tablet of Bonamine is enough to keep you comfortable the entire day!

 

What is Bonamine?

 

Bonamine is a drug belonging to the class – Anti emetic. These are drugs used to suppress vomiting as well as prevent nausea. Bonamine (Meclizine Hydrochloride) acts as a calming agent to the inner ear whenever motion is felt thus prevents dizziness and throwing up. Bonamine comes in the form of little white tablets (25 mg, 50 mg) and can be bought conveniently in drug stores with or without prescription. Pregnant women are also prescribed with Bonamine to prevent nausea and vomiting.

Bonamine Indications: Nausea and vomiting due to motion Sickness, Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy

Bonamine Dosage:

For motion sickness for adults and children over 11 years old: take a tablet of Bonamine 25-50 mg. while children 5-10 years old can take a 12.5 mg tablet . All doses should be taken 1 hour before travel for 24-hour protection.

For nausea and vomiting in pregnancy: 1 tablet of Bonamine 25 – 50 mg/ day

Bonamine administration: may be taken with or without food, Bonamine tablets are swallowed with water; there are Bonamine chewables now available in drug stores

Bonamine adverse reactions: dry mouth, fatigue, drowsiness, blurred vision

Note: Do NOT take in Bonamine when allergic to Meclizine

Source: http://www.mims.com/Philippines

 

Why take Bonamine?

Don’t let motion sickness ruin the fun out of touring. Sight seeing, talking with the family and friends while riding as well as picture taking will be so much fun without the feeling of sickness wouldn’t it? As mentioned above, travel sickness sometimes does not stop when you get out of your vehicle, as a matter of fact, many people report feeling dizzy, nauseated and tired even after a few hours of travel and this takes the enjoyment away from everything. To prevent this, a tablet of Bonamine is all you need and we ourselves testify that the results are great!

The next question you may probably ask is that: is Bonamine safe for everyone even without a doctor’s prescription? To prevent travel sickness, the answer is yes – as long as dosages are correctly followed and that one should know if he/she is allergic to Meclizine, then travels should be free of motion sickness. Bonamine is the most popular anti emetic drug in the Philippines exactly for the reason that it’s the safest and really affordable. Bonamine is distributed by Zuellig and is available nationwide.