Three Lollies - Preggie Pop Drops Ginger - 21 Lozenges
Three Lollies Preggie Pop Drops Ginger is developed by healthcare professionals to provide relief from morning sickness. Preggie Pop Drops are effective due to their special formulation of essential oils, aromatherapy and a unique delivery method. Preggie Pop Drops are also a great addition to your labor bag to help with dry mouth and provide a nice energy boost.
Preggie Pop Drops Ginger Features:
- Provides relief from morning sickness
- Special formula of essential oils, aromatherapy and a unique delivery method
- Great addition to your labor bag
- Helps with dry mouth and provides a nice energy boost
- Ginger flavor
What's in Preggie Pops and How Do They Work
Childbirth educators have historically recommended sour flavored pops for labor because they were perceived to be less likely to exacerbate queasy stomachs. Lavender has been widely used in aroma therapy for relaxation and sometimes for upset stomach as well. Mint has long been used in both oral and aroma therapies for upset tummies. Ginger is an ancient remedy for tummy troubles and research shows that mint has been used for over a hundred years.
They use the natural essences from these sources to flavor their Preggie Pops. For nausea caused by hypoglycemia, even the sugar and brown rice syrup in their pops can be effective. In fact even the mode of delivery is therapeutic as only a small amount is delivered to the stomach at a time. So, part of why Preggie Pops work rests on where your morning sickness is coming from, which is still rather poorly understood. The overwhelming response from their customers is that their special formulation does work for most women.
In development of their Preggie Pops they also incorporated what women requested or recommended. Their pops are for both labor and morning sickness and they have tried to address each phase with specific flavors. However, their customers report using all flavors with success for both labor and morning sickness. Preggie Pops use only natural flavors and colors and there are no medications to interfere with other therapies or complicate your pregnancy.
In Summary: Their Preggie Pops work by a combination of:
- Specific essential oils flavors known to help stomach problems
- Mode of delivery
- Sugars to combat hypoglycemic queasy stomach
- And, they are safe beceause they are all natural
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a limit to how many Preggie Pops, Drops or Naturals you can have per day?
The maximum daily intake for the Preggie Chews and the Preggie Plus is six per day, because they contain Vitamin B6. The Preggie Pop and regular Preggie Pop Drops have no limits because they contain no ingredients that have a daily limit. They recommend, however, that you keep in mind your calorie and sugar intake while using them.
Are PreggiePops gluten free?
Yes, their products are gluten free.
When do you consider Preggie Pops to be expired?
Preggie Pops have a shelf-life of 18 months.
Can the ginger in Preggie Pops cause uterine contractions?
Ginger is a well known remedy for nauseated people. Their pharmacologist tells them that the studies she has seen report that a person would have to ingest greater than 250 mg a day of pure ginger extract to cause any adverse reaction. Their Preggie Pops use only a trace amount of actual ginger for the natural flavor used. Therefore they consider Preggie Pops quite safe. As always, you should consult your healthcare provider on a question of this nature, and follow their advice.
Do they make Preggie Pops or Queasy-Pops for diabetic women?
Absolutely, they now offer sugarfree Queasy Pops. They are available in two flavors: ginger and sour raspberry. Splenda is used to sweeten these popular Pops.
Are Preggie Pops absolutely safe for pregnancy?
They have absolutely no reason to believe Preggie Pops are not safe. There is neither any medication, nor any newly created substance in them. All the ingredients are natural food items. On the other hand, everyone is a unique individual and they must use their common sense when considering a new product. For instance, a diabetic would need to figure the grams of carbohydrate of a Preggie Pop into her meal plan. If you have any food allergies this would have to be considered. It is important to be a conscientious consumer and ask about the safety of anything you consume when pregnant. Please discuss your questions with your healthcare provider before considering any product safe in pregnancy.
Do Preggie Pops work for everyone?
Each person responds in their own way to any therapy. Therefore, nothing works for everyone. However, they have many, many, satisfied customers and you can read what they have to say on their website.
What if you get nauseated and sometimes also have the dry heaves. Can Preggie Pops help?
Dry heaves are no picnic. Many women with morning sickness don't necessarily vomit but do report to them that their pops help with that nauseous feeling. Nausea usually comes before the "dry heaves", and if you stop the sick stomach feeling you just might avoid the heaves. Once you are vomiting most things will not work as well. You might try avoiding greasy foods while you're at it. Good luck and they wish for smoother sailing for you from here on in.
Are Preggie Pops kosher?
Yes, K of-K certified.
About Three Lollies
"Casual name, great product!" It's a good thing that they have a sense of humor! Yes, many people believe that their products named "Preggie Pops" & "Queasy Pops" could not possibly come from a serious background. Believe it or not, "Preggie Pops" & "Queasy Pops" were conceived and developed by health care professionals! In their line of work, they are daily witnesses to how debilitating nausea can be. They also came to realize that not every nausea remedy works for every person or situation, and that many people would prefer not to take a prescription if they can avoid it. They found that a lot of their patients wanted something "natural".
With all that in mind, they did some research into natural pharmacologic agents, reading through the available literature (both scientific and non-scientific), talking to numerous other health care professionals from a number of disciplines, and most importantly, talking directly to nausea sufferers. Many patients were willing to share their favorite home remedies, and through time and research, they were able to determine which ones really work. They discovered which herbs are truly helpful, and developed flavors that would be appealing to anyone with a queasy stomach.
As healthcare professionals, they have dedicated their life's work to helping people in need. Their friends in the field have welcomed their natural products as an alternative therapy for their patients, and the feedback has been great! From traditional practitioners to the holistic and wellness communities, there seems to be a universal market for a flavorful and simple remedy that makes life a little easier during nauseous times. They are thrilled to offer their customers a tasty way to ease their nausea and help them through difficult times.