Dr. B.TM. Watchara Damchuti, Lecturer of the College of Thai Traditional Medicine Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), who conducted a research on the effectiveness of aromatic medicine extract on sleeping quality, revealed that Thai traditional antinausea remedy had been included in the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) but with lack of prior research studies on drug effects particularly on sleep induction, overuse of the drug may lead to drug addiction; hence, the researcher had decided to conduct research studies on sleep-inducing effects of Thai traditional antinausea remedy and developing Thai traditional antinausea remedy tablets. Concerning the medicinal benefits of Thai traditional antinausea remedy, the drug aimed at helping those who had sleeping problems and relaxation. Dr. Watchara Damchuti continued that Thai traditional antinausea remedy was determined to study Thai traditional antinausea extract that was then tested with lab mouse in order to find out significant quantities of drugs affecting mouse behaviors, sleeping duration, and mechanism of drug action, thus, may lead to the manufacturing of suitable amount of drug for human treatment. The drug would be manufactured in capsule making it easy to consume. The research won best presentation award during 35th International Annual Meeting in Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAMPS35) organized by Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chulalongkorn University in collaboration with Meiji Pharmaceutical University. Moreover, the research paper titled “Thai traditional antinausea remedy tablet and capsule” was also published in SCOPUS and ISI journals. The paper revealed that beside being easily consumed, the Thai herbal remedy also helped intestine absorption. Furthermore, it had also been further developed into effervescent tablets since the capsule may take longer time to be absorbed. More importantly, effervescent tablets in one way helped user drink more water. Concerning the extract properties, the remedy helped relieve dizziness and create relaxation. Dr. Watchara Damchuti also added that the taste and smell of remedy was favorable. In June of this year, the Thai traditional antinausea remedy tablet and capsule will be brought to join a research competition in the United Arab Emirates at the 2nd International Conference on Herbal and Traditional Medicine. Additionally, Dr. Watchara revealed that the remedy had been registered in the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) and currently in the process of distribution while the effervescent tablet was in the registration process.