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Morning sickness is a misnomer. When you’re pregnant, nausea can strike any time of day… or night. Or as in my first pregnancy – ALL day!
There’s a few remedies out there: crackers, flat ginger ale, those wrist bracelets… but none I love better than Preggie Pops!
Yes, leave it to me to take any excuse to eat candy! Preggie Pops by Three Lollies are a tasty way to combat queasiness you’ll probably experience in your pregnancy.
These tasty lollies are all-natural and come in fantastic flavors (Peppermint – Spearmint – Lavender – Ginger – Sour Lemon – Sour Tangerine – Sour Raspberry). The lavendar is a curious flavor – I liked trying it, but it reminds me too much of potporri to become a favorite! I love the sour fruits the best!
And, if you’re in a place where a lollipop sticking out of your mouth might be inappropriate (church? work?), there’s also Preggie Pop Drops! Large hard candy shapes in the same great flavors as the lollies!
I love how the pops and drops are made with essential oils – it gives an aromatherapy effect when you’re eating them that is also soothing to a tummy in turmoil!
How well do they work? Everybody is different, but for me they work well! They definitely take the edge off the nausea, although I the effect doesn’t last too long after finishing a pop. Good thing there are so many flavors to try!
I’ll be stashing a few of these in my hospital bag, because I hear they are great for relieving dry mouth during labor!
Have you tried Preggie Pops yet? Which flavor Preggie Pop sounds most interesting to you? What other morning sickness remedies have you tried?
BUY IT: You can find Preggie Pops at many grocery, maternity, and baby stores and online! A box of 7 is just $3.95 and would be great to give a friend when you find out they are pregnant! Follow Three Lollies on Facebook and Twitter!
WIN IT: Two readers will each receive a box of Preggie Pops & a container of Preggie Drops!! (ARV $9.45).
Disclosure: I was given product samples to facilitate my writing this post. I was not compensated in any other way, and all opinions are 100% my own.