This post brought to you by Nauzene Kids. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Nina Says.
I like to pride myself on being the fix-it mom. When there is a problem I am always available to offer up the best possible solution.
I find it difficult when problems seem like there’s no possible solution. When an issue seems unsolvable I will inevitably go into panic mode (it is the control freak in me.) One thing that used to haunt my dreams is when my kids would have an upset stomach or relentless nausea. Bonus freak-out points if we’re trapped in the car. In my mind an upset stomach is something that can only end in one of two ways: 1) it just gets better with time, and 2) ya get sick. Why? My kids despise taking medications. The flavors really get to them so as they’ve gotten older they’ve become the suffer in silence type when they’re nauseated.
Long story short, it kills me to see them suffer.
But I also had no idea that there was a gentle, homeopathic, and delicious natural grape flavored medicine (THAT MY KIDS THINK TASTE GOOD, IT’S A MIRACLE) called Nauzene® Kids that works quickly in those sticky situations.
Pediatrician Recommended Nausea Relief for Children 2 and Up
Nauzene Kids is an easy choice because as a product I’m giving to my child–they’ve made sure to help us parents feel confident that it is safe. On top of being homeopathic, Nauzene Kids contains no artificial dyes or colors, parabens, gluten, or aspirin. What impressed me the most, though, was the fact that it did not contain salicylates (which should not be given to children under 12.)
Nauzene kids help in many different situations, from car sickness to horrid nausea that accompanies the nasty “stomach flu” in children 2 and up.
Tips and Tricks for Upset Stomach Relief
I’ve learned that an upset stomach can happen any time, any place, for any reason at all. Experience has shown that it is best to stay prepared always, not just when relief is needed. Here’s how we stay prepared:
- Keep a bland snack in the car (saltines, pretzels, etc.) for those on-the-go moments.
- Add Nauzene Kids to your car’s First-Aid Kit, but keep the temperatures in mind. Nauzene Kids is not meant to be in extreme temperatures.
- Stash some disposable bags in the car as well for those inevitable moments. (Like the time we were just moments too late to give my daughter Nauzene)
And don’t forget parents, you can take it too!
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SAVE! You can get a $3.00 coupon to try Nauzene Kids for your family at NauzeneKids.com. Find it on shelves at your local CVS, HEB, Meijer, and many more nationwide retailers.
Like with everything in your medicine cabinet, please make sure to read and follow all label instructions before using.