If you're susceptible to motion sickness, traveling can be a nightmare. Fortunately, there are drugs that can help, maybe a lot. And there are also drugs that people take that do little or nothing. Here's an article in which I "bring up" the classes of motion sickness drugs and "regurgitate" some knowledge about which ones are helpful and also the ones that are "wretch(ed)." This is no "gag." It's serious info that could be the "nemesis of emesis."
All too often, parents give only an approximate amount of medicine to their ill children, trying to follow label directions for teaspoons or other kitchen measurements. Doctors have been guilty of this and it has led to catastrophic overdoses. The AAP says: stop! Measure accurately.