Nauzene® Kids is a Must Have for Your Medicine Cabinet AND a Giveaway – ends 12/10

This post brought to you by Nauzene Kids. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Everything Mommyhood.

Children almost seem to always pick up germs, no matter if they’re at school, the playground, a playdate, or even at the store (unfortunately, so do we as parents). It’s the season for that dreaded “stomach flu” and as a parent, there’s usually nothing we can do except watch our child(ren) be miserable and let it work it’s course. That is until I learned about this great product, Nauzene® Kids.

Nauzene Kids is pediatrician recommended and it’s also a gentle homeopathic formula. Not only that, it tastes great too, as it has a delicious natural-grape flavor. We all know how difficult giving children a medicine can be, but not this one. How do I know it’s delicious? Well, not only is Nauzene Kids just for kids, but it can be used for the entire family! There was a day last week after we got home from vacation that our whole family wasn’t feeling too well, and myself and my 4 year old both had upset tummies with a bit of nausea. We both took a dose of Nauzene Kids and our nausea went away! Just like that. I was actually surprised at the delicious grape taste it had!

The other great thing about Nauzene Kids is this homeopathic formula, not only helps with nausea from the “stomach flu”, but it also helps with car sickness, and upset tummies in children 2 and up. The whole bottle of Nauzene Kids can be used for the entire family, which is something I like as a mom because I can get rid of other products in our medicine cabinet and just keep Nauzene Kids on hand at all times.

Some other great points about Nauzene Kids that you may be wondering is:

  • There are no artificial dyes or colors
  • Does not contain parabens or artificial flavors, and it is both gluten and aspirin free
  • Unlike some other popular nausea remedies, Nauzene Kids contains no salicylates (which should not be given to children under 12)

I know that for a few of my friends having no artificial dyes and being gluten free are very important to their family. Nauzene Kids is the answer to everything nausea!

Buy it: You can purchase Nauzene Kids at CVS, HEB, Meijer, and many other retailers nationwide. You can also find where Nauzene Kids is available by visiting NauzeneKids.com .
Also you can get a $3.00 coupon to try Nauzene Kids for your family at NauzeneKids.com as well.

Now for the Giveaway!
One lucky reader will win a Nauzene® Kids care package.

Open to US Residents, 18 and up!
Void where prohibited.
Only one entry per person.
Winner will be chosen randomly.
Giveaway ends 12/10 at 11:59pm EST.

How to enter: Leave a comment below and tell me your helpful and creative ways to deal with the “stomach flu” or tips and tricks for car sickness for all those who may be traveling to family for the holidays, or any other time. (Also make sure to leave your email for me to contact you.)

Please remember, like with everything in your medicine cabinet, please make sure to read and follow all label instructions before using.

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Comments

  1. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I have never heard of this product before. I will definitely have to pick some up for my grandchildren and see how it works for them. Thank you so much for sharing

  2. I usually use some sort of heating pad. My boys love it.

  3. Always bring a change of clothes.

  4. abedabun dawn says:

    If my grand daughter looks at a book while in the car, she will get sick everytime. So we dont take books in the car.

  5. we try to make sure they wash hands, especially after the bathroom or coming back from a store

  6. Debbie Bray says:

    I always recommend sipping on coke syrup over ice for upset stomachs

  7. Emily Coen says:

    We just had a bout of stomach virus with my daughter. My go to remedy for the rest of the family is 100% purple grape juice. It keeps the stomach bug at bay.

  8. Jodi Hunter says:

    Hot pads for tummy aches is the way we deal with them at our house.

  9. Trisha Burgess says:

    For car sickness with my daughter we always play “eye spy” it helps her by being distracted and helps focus on outside rather than feeling the motion inside!

  10. Id love to try this for car sickness. Sounds like it could be a good way to help with those long car rides.

  11. Miss B gets car sick, as do I. We both can’t be looking down so we sing songs. Smelling peppermint oil and rubbing a little bit diluted with carrier oil on tummies helps too!

  12. For the flu, we use On Guard to help everyone get and stay healthy.

  13. Ashley Jones says:

    I’ve always called the doctor and had them call in medicine for the stomach bug, I’ve never tried anything else! Maybe I’ll get this and some peppermint oil!

  14. Amber Cregger says:

    We usually sip in ginger ale for upset stomachs or pedialite popsicles to keep hydrated.

  15. Cheryll Shubert says:

    To keep my little guy hydrated when he has a stomach bug, I make Kool-Aid Popsicles. He never gets it because of all the sugar so it’s a treat and he loves Popsicles! Win-win! He’s so tiny so I’m always worried about him getting dehydrated. I found this to work best. It’s so heart-breaking when little ones are sick…

  16. Thank goodness we aren’t big carsick people, but when we have a stomach bug we try to do a lot of dry crackers and lots of rest.

  17. My poor daughter had such a bad stomach flu this last month. I really don’t have any advice other then leaving a bowl by her bed. I just hate having her sick. I’d so much rather be sick myself!

  18. Marjorie Mann says:

    I have never heard of this but would love to try it out next time my kids are sick

  19. my best time us I always have a small, double bagged trash can next to my dd.
    if she gets sick,she doesn’t have to worry where to get sick at.

  20. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    I have never heard of this product before. I have not had to deal with car sickness thank goodness but have dealt with the stomach flu. I just made sure to keep a bowl by my daughter wherever she was. We make sure to have Pedialyte Popsicles and broth. I make sure to give lots of cuddles.
    Email is christinastrapp@hotmail.com

  21. I deal with the stomach flu by resting and drinking lots of fluids.

  22. Rachel Richard says:

    I’ve never heard of this brand!
    I’ve never dealt with motion sickness before, or the stomach flu.. But I do know that while I was pregnant the only thing that allowed me to get out of bed in the morning was to eat a whole sleeve of crackers and drink a bottle of water.

  23. This has been a great product for the grandchildren. It has helped them on several occasions. Thank you for sharing

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