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Gave these as a gift and was told that they seriously work, especially after a month of eating ginger made her more nauseous and left without options!Published 19 days ago by Stephiejj
These are great to keep in your purse while pregnant. So far, I've used them in first & second trimester. Read morePublished 1 month ago by June Bug
I thought that they were very helpful when it came to nausea. They had a great taste and i would definitely recommend them to someone else!Published 1 month ago by Angelica Brosnan
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I used these for two months and didn't notice any help with my pregnancy-induced nausea. I strongly suspect they don't contain any special ingredients. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth R. Stevens
Corn syrup is NOT something I want to feed my child, in or out of the womb. There are natural alternatives, ginger chews, etc. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lauren
these things gave me a sore on the roof of my mouth after sucking on ONE! It really hurt, I threw them away. So disappointed!!!Published 3 months ago by ablunt
I have mild to moderate morning sickness and I bought these hoping they'd help me be more able to function without having to sit down and let my stomach settle every 15 minutes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bluegreen
After having SEVERE Morning sickness (AM-PM) I knew their had to be SOMETHING out there to actually help me. Ginger - made me throw up. Mint - made me throw up. Tea - yep. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sarah Anne