Homeopathy treatment for Seasickness from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Seasickness…

Antimonium-tart [Ant-t]

Great debility; dizziness with sparks before eyes, abundant saliva in mouth; continual nausea, with anguish and oppression in pit of stomach, violent vomiturition, with copious discharge of saliva lassitude in legs, copious vomiting, with great straining, desire to coil himself up, chilliness and desire to sleep; tendency to faint (when Cocc-fails)

Apomorphine [Apom]

Sudden and profuse vomiting with little or no antecedenta, Reflex vomiting usually from brain, heaviness of head or vertigo, roaring in ears, feeling of anxiety in praecordial region and pressure in chest, after vomiting prostration, desire to sleep, faintishness and fainting.

Arsenicum [Ars]

HORROR FOR ANY MOTION, rapid loss of strength, ill humor repugnance to conversation; excessive nausea with fainting; violent vomiting of food and drink, with excessive pain in stomach diarrhoea.

Cocculus [Cocc]

Vertigo as if drunk, vertigo and cramps in stomach, as soon as he raises himself from recumbent position as if everything turned round, and inclination to vomit; excessive nausea and vomiturition when riding in a carriage; when in bed she is scarcely able to raise; owing to nausea and inclination to vomit, exciting profuse salivation; violent cardialgia compressive pinching in epigastrium, arresting breathing; great sensitiveness to noise.

Glonoinum [Glon]

Faint, warm sickening sensation in chest and stomach; slight giddiness on moving about; faint feeling; spasmodic vomiting; pit of stomach the seat of distress.

Hyoscyamus [Hyos]

Bilious temperament, haemorrhoids, acid vomiting from least motion, gastralgia (<) from food, (>) from hot drinks; pressure in epigastrium as from a stone, (<) mornings and after meals; vertigo, buzzing in ears, nausea and urging to vomit, hernia; habitual use of tobacco and alcoholic drinks.

Petroleum [Petr]

Irritability, DIZZINESS EVEN IN BED AND PALLOR OF FACE; violent nausea with cold sweat; vomiting after long-continued nausea often of bile mixed with blood; gastralgia, with pressing drawing pains (<) from eating cold feeling in abdomen; diarrhoea after riding in a carriage. Chronic vertigo, chilblains, herpetic constitution.

Sanicula [Sanic]

(Mineral spring. III) Seasickness, with desire for cool, open air nausea and vomiting as soon as leaves the deck; cannot ride in car or carriage without becoming sick and vomiting.

Silicea [Sil]

Vertigo starts from neck and runs up into head, great despondency; dizziness, as if one would fall forward, (<) from motion or looking upward, pale face, desire only for cold food; nausea and vomiting of tenacious mucus.

Staphisagria [Staph]

Long attacks of vertigo, accompanied by continual nausea; brain aches, as if torn to pieces, on rising from bed, (<) from any motion (>) from rest and warmth, Great desire for stimulants and tobacco, but it makes him sick, sensation as if stomach were hanging down relaxed, wants to hold up abdomen, nervous weakness, sleepy all day, sleepless at night.

Sulphur [Sulph]

Vertigo, especially from seeing running water, when rising from bed, from crossing a river, with vanishing of sight, inclination to fall to left side, nausea and vomiting, first watery, then of food, empty, gone feeling in stomach; constipation and haemorrhoids.

Tabacum [Tab]

Vertigo with pallor of face, pain in stomach, vomiting with cold clammy sweat, even to fainting; great general lassitude, no desire to exert himself or for society, vomiting renewed by the least motion.

Theridion [Ther]

Traveler shuts his eyes to get rid of the motion of the vessel, and turns deathly sick, with cold sweat, vertigo with nausea as soon as he leaves the recumbent position, cannot lift head up (<) from least noise, which increases the vertigo, anxiety about heart; pulse slow, with vertigo. Put on a stout flannel bandage snugly around abdomen to prevent as much as possible the motions of the viscera.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.