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For people that have tendency to have motion sickness, this inhaler
might be the answer. i have not try it in the water yet so don't hold
me to it, I thought it might be a good idea to try it especially for
people that get sea sick. It smells like lavender and peppermint

QueaseEASE is the first all-natural inhaler which, according to the
manufacturer, instantly alleviates the symptoms of sea-sickness.
Formulated to combat the effect of nausea related to surgical
anesthesia, the patented blend of papermint, lavender, ginger and
spearmint oil also calm motion sickness.

More preview to come this evening!
 

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A diving buddy of mine told me about this. He said it worked great.

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One more product to try it seems in the never ending battle against chumming.

Keep posting pics. I'm curious to see what new gear they have slated for release.
 

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My eyes are going bad. Does that device say "Queer Ease"?

If so, it's going to take a few great big bad old boys to stick that thing up my arse!! I'm letting it know now that I don't get seasick. Don't even think of pulling that thing out near me.
 

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My eyes are going bad. Does that device say "Queer Ease"?

If so, it's going to take a few great big bad old boys to stick that thing up my arse!! I'm letting it know now that I don't get seasick. Don't even think of pulling that thing out near me.

LOL - If that thing was a suppository I think all of us would choose being sick instead.
 

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My eyes are going bad. Does that device say "Queer Ease"?

If so, it's going to take a few great big bad old boys to stick that thing up my arse!! I'm letting it know now that I don't get seasick. Don't even think of pulling that thing out near me.



LMFAO....
 
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