Soothie Suckers come in either Immune Support or Nasal Support. We had an opportunity to try them out when youngest child was sick this week. I cannot really say if it helped his throat, but he LOVED the flavor! Youngest child tried the Soothie Suckers Nasal Support, and he gulped it down with a quickness!
The Nasal Support contains:
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.
The Immune Support contains:
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 a must have for every kiddo! This winter, my tot will be using them! Check out their website here and be sure to Follow them on Facebook!
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