Best OTC Drugs 2024

Best OTC Choices in Nausea Remedies

Medications can help reduce the feeling of nausea and help prevent vomiting.

Here are Money’s picks for the best nausea remedies, along with information on their active ingredients and general notes about efficacy and side effects.

These products were selected by, using a methodology that combines expert assessment with analysis of online reviews, ratings and other customer data.

The information provided on is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The products featured may not be right for everyone and may carry risk even if available without a prescription. Read the product’s label and consult with a professional for individual medical advice.

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Active Ingredients
Important Points
Bonine Meclizine
  • Tablets
  • Can cause drowsiness
  • Safe for people 12 years and older
  • Can help prevent motion sickness
Dramamine Original Dimenhydrinate
  • Safe in people 2 years and older
  • Can help prevent motion sickenss
  • Tablets
Emetrol Nausea Relief Liquid Dextrose Levulose Phosphoric acid
  • Non-drowsy
  • Safe for people 2 years and older
  • Cherry flavor
Gin Gins Original Ginger Chews Ginger
  • Chews
  • Vegan
  • Contains sugar
  • Gluten-free
Nauzene Chewables Sodium citrate dihydrate
  • Chewables
  • Safe for people 18 and older
  • Works within 4 minutes
Pepto-Bismol Original Liquid Bismuth subsalicylate
  • Liquid
  • Safe for people 12 years and older
  • Controls diarrhea
Sea-Bands N/A
  • Drug-free
  • No side effects
  • Accupressure
Tummydrops Ginger extract
  • Lozenge
  • Gluten-free
  • Safe for people 6 years and older
No results match.

Featured drugs are available without a prescription in the U.S. and may not be available with or without a prescription in other locations.