A FAQ from their website reads What's in Preggie Pops and how do they work? the answer is as follows "Childbirth educators have historically recommended sour flavored pops for labor because they were perceived to be less likely to exacerbate queasy stomachs. Lavender has been widely used in aroma therapy for relaxation and sometimes for upset stomach as well. Mint has long been used in both oral and aroma therapies for upset tummies. Ginger is an ancient remedy for tummy troubles and research shows that mint has been used for over a hundred years. We use the natural essences from these sources to flavor our Preggie Pops. For nausea caused by hypoglycemia, even the sugar and brown rice syrup in our pops can be effective. In fact even the mode of delivery is therapeutic as only a small amount is delivered to the stomach at a time. So, part of why Preggie Pops work rests on where your morning sickness is coming from, which is still rather poorly understood. The overwhelming response from our customers is that our special formulation does work for most women. In development of our Preggie Pops we also incorporated what women requested or recommended. Our pops are for both labor and morning sickness and we have tried to address each phase with specific flavors. However, our customers report using all flavors with success for both labor and morning sickness.Preggie Pops use only natural flavors and colors and there are no medications to interfere with other therapies or complicate your pregnancy."
For a recent review I received 1 Preggie Pop Drops Green Apple,1 Preggie Pop Drops Sour Fruit & 1 Preggie Pops Variety. I like the fact that they have a lollipop version & a smaller jolly rancher sized version which can be placed in a purse or hand wallet for easy on the go access. I think they have a great flavor & they do help settle the stomach I am sure these could be used for people who aren't pregnant & are having an upset stomach just as well as morning sickness. I think that Preggie Pops should be a baby shower Must! they are quite helpful and they don't cost an arm and a leg they are $5.50 for a 21 piece jar [Sounds like a little amount but they last a while]. ****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.Products were Provided by Three Lollies for the Review & Giveaway free of charge****
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