Sun. Aug 1st, 2021

Little Remedies Honey Pops (10 ct.)
View larger Product Snapshot Relieves cough and minor sore throat pain naturally*Safe for toddlers ages 3 years and olderContains no alcohol, artificial flavors or colors, dyes, saccharin, or parabensConvenient and kid-pleasing lollipop designGreat taste of natural honey100% drug free – no dextromethorphan Soothes Cough Naturally and Calms Fiery Throats

Little Remedies Honey Pops contain natural honey, a time-honored remedy for soothing sore throats*. Honey has also been shown to be an effective cough suppressant*. With their symptoms eased, children can get more rest. Hand your child a Little Remedies Honey Pop for soothing relief from cough and minor sore throat pain*. These great-tasting lollipops make kids feel better with natural honey. They contain no drugs or artificial ingredients and are safe for children ages 3 and older.

No Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Dyes and 100% Drug Free

Artificial dyes are often added to children’s medicine to make the medicine look pretty. Many parents prefer to avoid artificial dyes, especially if their children are sensitive to them. Parents can rest easy knowing that Little Remedies Honey Pops do not contain any artificial dyes. They are also free of artificial flavors, gluten, parabens, and alcohol. This children’s supplement contains only what’s needed for gentle relief of minor sore throat pain and cough*. It is 100% drug free and does not contain any stimulants or sedatives.

The Natural Sweetness of Honey Safe for Children Ages 3 and Older

The best sore throat and cough remedy is one that kids don’t mind taking. Little Remedies Honey Pops contain the natural sweetness of honey–a flavor children recognize and love–in a kid-pleasing lollipop form. This children’s supplement is safe for children ages 3 year and older. Honey Pops should not be given to children under 3 years of age because of the risk of choking.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.