Hylands – What’s in your Bag?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hyland’s and Promotional Partners
Hyland’s is proud to be a leader in offering safe and effective medicines for the entire family. The What’s In Your Bag? promotion gives consumers a chance to learn about and interact with Hyland’s and other natural brands that are making a difference. Companies participating in the promotion donated products to contribute to three bags: A Baby Beach Bag, a Day-Trip Kid Bag and a Natural Fashionista Mom Bag. There is also a $100 VISA Gift Card per bag.
The Ginger People Review and Giveaway
As I have mentioned in the past, as I get older I seem to be getting more sensitive in the stomach region. The newest issue I just discovered is that if I have any dairy after a certain hour I pay for it about 8 hours later in the form of nausea and sickness. It took a little effort to discover why I was waking up at 6 am every morning sicker then a dog, but now that I have I can work around it.
This is not the first time I have experienced nausea and I am always looking for ways to ease that feeling it gives. During one of Jason and I’s many discussions he suggested that I try some Ginger Ale. I had tried this as a kid under my father’s roof with mixed results and honestly reliance on a memory that is aging. I decided to give a try to some ginger, but I wanted an easier method then the ill tasting ale.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge in consideration of a review from Hyland’s Homeopathic . This in no way will influence the review to follow & all opinions are my own.
Hyland’s Homeopathic Menstrual Cramps Review
“I get knocked down but I get up again” are not only lyrics to a popular 90’s song but really the story of my life 2-3 days a month. As my chronological age has progressed, the severity of my monthly menstrual cramps have as well. For that 2-3 days a month I am held hostage by cramps to severe to function. I have tried many remedies for these over the years including heating pads, ibuprofen, hot showers, chamomile tea and wishful thinking.
I am always open to trying something new to relieve the discomfort that I feel each month. I was given the opportunity to review Hyland’s Homeopathic Menstrual Cramps tablets. I figured no matter the result a little relief is better than none at all. There are 100 tables in the bottle, and it is recommended to dissolve 2-3 tablets under your tongue every four hours. It takes very little time to dissolve the tablets, less then 20 seconds total.
The idea behind the homeopathic tablets is that they assist by stimulating the body to safely heal itself. Instead of suppressing the symptoms like many over the counter medicines do, Hyland’s tablets uses natural ingredients to help the body do what it wants to do naturally.