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Old August 28th, 2000, 08:11 AM
John Burns, R.Ph.
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Default RE: Motion Sickness

Hi, Wendy! You do know how to provide a challenge to this pharmacist!!

Here are some of the other names Bonine might be available under:

Generic: Meclizine Hydrochloride

Trade: Antivert
Marezine
Dramamine II or Dramamine Non-Drowsy (my
company has this contract manufactured in Canada)
Ru-Vert-M
Medivert
D-Vert
En-Vert
Meclarex
Meni-D
Vertin-32

Some of the international trade names for meclizine are:

Ancolan
Bonadoxine
Bonamina or Bonamine
Calmonal
Chiclida
Duramessan
Meclicot
Meclozine
Peremesin
Postafene
Suprimal
Yonyun

Kuki referred to Gravol being available in Canada. The active ingredient (dimenhydrinate) in Gravol is the same as in the original product, Dramamine or Dramamine Chewable.

I am uncertain if any of these are the international trade names are available in Canada, but hopefully, you can find one of these through your pharmacist.

Happy Cruising, Wendy!

John Burns, R.Ph.
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