Friday, November 14, 2014

Help Boost Your Child's Immune System in a Yummy Way with Soothie Suckers Herbal Ice Pops & Giveaway (CLOSED)

I was seriously so excited when I received the chance to try Soothie Suckers and they could not have come at a better time. The seasons are changing again and the weather here in Michigan is starting to get COLD which means cold and flu season is beginning. Z and I usually get colds 2-3 times every winter so I was really thrilled to see if we can boost our immune systems with the help of Soothie Suckers!

Soothie Suckers are the only all-natural herbal supplement ice pop. They're available in two formulations: Immune Support (orange flavor) and Nasal Support (grape flavor). They can be frozen and enjoyed as an ice pop or consumed as a liquid. Soothie Suckers are made in pre-measured 1 oz. pouches which make them completely portable for flights, trips and everyday activities! They contain certified organic or wild-crafted herbal extracts and come in delicious, all-natural fruit flavors. They were created for kids with no artificial flavors, no high fructose corn syrup and no alcohol and they are even loved by adults!

Over-the-­counter and prescription drugs are being called into question due to overuse and regular recalls. Consumer concerns continue to escalate regarding the long-term use of these chemical-laden products with children. Soothie Suckers provides safe, convenient options for the millions of consumers demanding natural solutions.

I've always been a fan of natural remedies and herbal supplements so having Soothie Suckers in my house comes as no surprise to anyone who knows me. Soothie Suckers provides great tasting, pre-­measured herbal remedies formatted for children... what could be better than that?!

Here’s a look at each flavor’s formulation and how their ingredients supplement children’s health:

Nasal Support - Grape
Echinacea – Used by Native Americans and quickly adopted by European settlers, echinacea has become one of the most widely used herbs and is best known for its immune enhancing ability.
Pleurisy Root – Known to be used in North America for more than a thousand years, pleurisy root is most popularly used during the winter season.

Immune Support - Orange
Astragalus Root – One of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine, astragalus is commonly used to strengthen the immune system and boost metabolism.
Mullein – A valued herb used by the Greek Dioscorides over 1800 years ago.  It is also said that Mullein is the plant that Ulysses took with him on his legendary voyage.
Thyme – Best known today as a culinary spice, Thyme was grown in monasteries during the Middle Ages and has been used for centuries to promote overall health and well being.  It was originally grown in the Mediterranean region and came to North America with the first colonists.

Soothie Suckers are the perfect size for little hands plus their small size helps prevent huge messes. I've also noticed that with other ice pops we've tried, the ice is hard and hard for my daughter to bite off by herself but the ice in the Soothie Suckers pop is softer and flakier, so she can actually bite it and eat it without any assistance. Soothie Suckers were made for daily or seasonal consumption and these formulas help support the immune system and the upper respiratory system. So, it makes me feel like I'm taking a great step to help protect my child from any sicknesses this season.

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Enter to win your own Soothie Suckers below! The winner will receive both flavors of Soothie Suckers. Giveaway is open to US residents only.

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