Lollipops As A Health Food?

Lollipops As A Health Food?

The All-Natural Remedy Every Mom Needs To Know About

’Tis the season…with schools back in session, fall in full swing and winter fast approaching, more and more families are reaching to their medicine cabinets to ward off those pesky symptoms that don’t easily budge.

Only, not every medicine cabinet is created equally.  So often, we’re sold remedies that are packed full of chemicals and additives, which can cause their own set of issues.  When we’re sick, we need deeply-nourishing, targeted support - not fillers and preservatives.

Last week, I had the pleasure of chatting with Soraya Benitez, a mom from New York who is the driving force behind MommaBear, a start-up with health at the forefront of its vision.  

Soraya told me, "I was sitting on the couch with my son who had a bad cold and he didn’t want to take his cough medicine. I said… if only there were a product that were good for him, and that he loves as much as candy!"

Fast-forward to today, and together with her colleague, Isabella Chial, Soraya is propelling MommaBear towards changing the landscape of holistc remedies in a way that ticks both boxes...especially since their launch product takes the form of a lollipop.

Yup, the lemon and ginger nausea aid lollipops, are child-taste-test-approved, and made with all-natural, organic ingredients to gently stimulate the immune system, alleviate nausea and soothe digestion.

No preservatives, no additives, no fillers, or nasties...these lollies are simple, pure and holistic.

"I'm the daughter of two immigrant parents from Colombia," Soraya explained, "holistic was a way of life."

So with winter fast-approaching, these aids are perfect for coping with viruses, of course, but are also a go-to for both morning sickness and even motion sickness. A true cure-all.

MommaBear ships across the US, and as a mommy-owned, women-led start-up, it's already making waves in the field of holistic health and wellbeing.  If you or your loved ones are prone to nausea or a digestive system that often needs soothing, you can see what all the fuss is about over at MommaBear’s website.

May calm seas and calm bellies be with you, my friends.


#SponsoredPost - I only collaborate with brands that I trust, and you may notice mommy-owned start-ups getting an extra loud shout-out in this space. Because women supporting women is where it’s at. I hope you love the brands that I carefully choose to champion as much as I do.


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