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Today, the Altoids line includes mints, sours, and gum.
Why Are They Called Altoids?
The exact origin of the name is unclear, but it seems that during the 19th century confections were given names employing the -oids suffix to imply a medicinal benefit (Altoids were promoted for more than a century as a "stomach calmative," though of course Altoids provides no medicinal benefit). Smith & Company also marketed several other remedies with oids in their names, such as Benoids for delicate throats and chests, Zenoids for an easy digestion, Cyphoids to defend your throat, and Notoids antiseptic voice and throat pastilles.
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Ginger relieves stomach and digestive stress, upset, indigestion, and motion and seasickness.
I really like the taste of ginger and I recommend it for anyone who wants an affordable product that helps with stomach ailments and tastes good.
My wife and I love this product, and can no longer find it in stores where we shop (Over a hundred miles in any direction).
This really do the trick for an upset stomach and nausea. You may need to take 2-3, but they're tasty!Published 22 hours ago by Yardley Rose
I have used these for years for dogs that get car sick. Works great for this use
Give the dog a lozenge about a hour before travelling and it will settle the dogs tummy. Read more
After I started buying the chewing gum, I didn't get these anymore, they are fine but like the gum better, (which I can't get anymore).Published 10 days ago by Carol Bruneel
I have always loved the peppermint altoids, but this is the first time that I have tried the cinnamon ones....they take a little while to get used to the heat.Published 13 days ago by RF
They are altoids, and a lot of them. They work well and are the exact same ones you can get in the store.Published 14 days ago by Kate
The first original curiously strong mints date all the way back to 1780, when they were created by the London-based company Smith & Company – their charter was signed by King... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Kurt A. Johnson
I love these. They are hot enough to keep you from eating them one after the other but they provide a nice cinnamon scent to your breath. Read morePublished 17 days ago by SC GIRL
I think my family is addicted to these "curiously strong mints". We love the cinnamon ones the best so order in bulk.Published 24 days ago by M. Wagner
What can I say. They are GINGER Altoids. They aren't easy to find in stores. It was great to find a source for my addiction.Published 25 days ago by Brooke Neal