Soothie Suckers Review and Giveaway


About Soothie Suckers

web-header_rev3In the course of a year, individuals in the United States suffer 1 billion colds.  Children suffer, on average, five to nine colds annually although it would not be unusual for a younger child to suffer up to 12 colds per year.
Over-the-­counter and prescription drugs are being called into question due to overuse and regular recalls.  Consumer concerns continue to escalate regarding the long-term use of these chemical-laden products with children.  Soothie Suckers provides safe, convenient options for the millions of consumers demanding natural solutions.
Soothie Suckers provides great tasting, pre-­measured herbal remedies formatted for children.  These proprietary herbal formulas are packaged in ice pop pouches and come in two natural flavors (grape and orange) for daily or seasonal consumption.  These first formulas help support the immune system and the upper respiratory system.


Are you like me?  Have you been hoping to find more natural ways to support you child's immune system during vacations, travel or in preparation for fall?

Are you already dreading the back-to-school slog?

I remember how difficult those months were when my kids (I have 5 of them!!) were small....ugh....searching for healthy alternatives in the OTC aisle, and being unable to find any options.      


And then it hit me while reading some old history books. If natural plant remedies have been used for thousands of years... and we are still here....and the plants are still here.... 
Why not me? Why not here? Why not now?

Hi - my name is Marietta Harrison and I have been making herbal remedies for my children for the past 20 years.  When my 5th child was born we decided to try to make something that would taste good.....and I developed Soothie Suckers the only all-natural ice pops infused with herbal remedies. 

Soothie Suckers Herbal Ice Pops bring the ancient wisdom of herbal healing to today's families in pre-portioned, BPA-free pouches, and are blended with a yummy fruit base that tastes great.

Soothie Suckers are the cool way to feel good! 

The Soothie Suckers' product line launched with two herbal blends:  Immune Support (Orange) and Nasal Support (Grape).  These gentle blends were formulated in partnership with thePresident of the American Herbalists Guild, are sweetened with organic agave nectar and monk fruit and contain no artificial ingredients whatsoever.  

Now, I can give my kids herbal supplements that are tasty, fun and all-natural!(The college kids take them to school too!!)

In addition to online availability at Amazon anddrugstore.com, we are in several natural foods chains in the Pacific Northwest including Whole Foods, New Seasons, PCC Natural Markets, Chuck's Produce and more - yep - we are from Portland, Oregon! 

My Review:
I am always excited when I can find a good product for my kids.   I am thrilled that these frozen pops have no food coloring and help my kids immune systems.  We have been in school for a couple weeks and my kids are healthy.   They enjoy the flavor which made me one happy mama and they have been asking me buy more!  :)   If you are like me and trying to find alternative all natural medicines instead of grabbing in the medicine cabinet then this is the next product to try!  :)

I am also a fan of the website that lists the natural herbs that are used in the pops and how they help along with the history of it!  Very interesting!

Nasal Support

Echinacea – Used by Native Americans and quickly adopted by European settlers, echinacea has become one of the most widely used herbs and is best known for its immune enhancing ability.
Pleurisy Root – Known to be used in North America for more than a thousand years, pleurisy root is most popularly used during the winter season.

Immune Support

Astragalus Root – One of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine, astragalus is commonly used to strengthen the immune system and boost metabolism.
Mullein – A valued herb used by the Greek Dioscorides over 1800 years ago.  It is also said that Mullein is the plant that Ulysses took with him on his legendary voyage.
Thyme – Best known today as a culinary spice, Thyme was grown in monasteries during the Middle Ages and has been used for centuries to promote overall health and well being.  It was originally grown in the Mediterranean region and came to North America with the first colonists.


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Comments

Dana said…
No real secret, just staying away from dairy and drinking orange juice.
Kristie said…
I don't have any secrets. Recently I discovered that I'm allergic to Zicam so that is out. I used Mucinex recently and it seemed to help. I would like to go a more natural route though. Too much medicine is bad! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
Sharon said…
I don't have any secret. I just try to limit sugar (especially during cold season) because I read that it weakens your immune system. And I let a virus run it's course. I usually let some fever run to do it's job of getting rid of the germs.
Kaila said…
I try and get rest on the onset of a cold or sickness. I find that I just need my body a day or two to heal.
Diana said…
Just lots of vitamin C and plenty of santizer
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Vitamin C!!! I at least triple my normal supplement when I feel a cold coming!
Katie said…
If I wake up feeling a bit sick, I will drink an Emergen-C tea with breakfast. It always helps me to feel great!
corey1971 said…
Lots of rest and Vitamin C! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)
wen budro said…
Not really any secrets....just hydration, bed rest, and chicken soup. I try to keep my immune system up so I won't get them in the first place.
blew415 said…
Lots and lots of water

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