Queasy Drops - 21 pieces (Various Flavours)33 people have chosen this
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?"I found these really useful when I was undergoing chemo. It is great for nausea on those bad days."
What are queasy drops?
Queasy drops are small sweets that you suck on. They have been formulated to help reduce the feeling of sickness, and nausea. They are particularly helpful for people who are experiencing chemotherapy-induced nausea, or morning sickness.
Who can benefit from queasy drops?
Nausea can occur for a number of reasons. Chemo and radiotherapy can cause you to become nauseous. As can medications used during surgery. Pain relief medication, such as morphine, can lead to some people feeling queasy as well. If you are experiencing mild, intermittent nausea, that does not require medication you could benefit from queasy drops. Additionally, if you are experiencing nausea due to any of the reasons above and having anti-nausea medication, then you could also benefit from queasy drops as they complement anti-nausea medications really well.
Are queasy drops ok if I have diabetes?
Some people find that their sugar levels become unstable during cancer treatment. This is usually due to steroids that are given alongside chemo or radiotherapy. People with cancer also can have other comorbidities such as diabetes. Queasy drops do have sugar in them, so may be unsuitable for you if you are monitoring your sugar intake, but Queasy Drops also have a sugar-free alternative that you could benefit from.
What other mouth problems can Queasy Drops help alleviate?
Chemotherapy, radiotherapy and certain medications can cause changes to the taste buds. These changes can lead to metallic or altered taste. At times this can be unpleasant, it can also make eating during and after treatment a bit more difficult than you’d like. Queasy drops can stimulate your taste buds, so you can enjoy the flavours of queasy drops. They cannot remove altered or metallic taste, but they can be enjoyed if you are experiencing those cancer treatment-related side effects.
Vomiting can often follow feeling nauseous during cancer treatment. Sometimes vomiting can relieve the feeling of nausea. However, it can leave you with an unpleasant aftertaste, even if you brush your teeth. Sucking on a Queasy Drop can help remove the unpleasant taste from your mouth, as well as settle your stomach.
What flavours do Queasy Drops come in?
There are two options when buying queasy drops. You can buy them in a variety back which contains the flavours cola, sour raspberry, green tea with lemon, banana and ginger. Or you can buy the ginger flavour by itself.
What are the ingredients?
Ginger: Dried Cane Syrup, Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours (made with essential oils) and Natural Colours.
Variety: Dried Cane Syrup, Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours (made with essential oils) and Natural Colours.
Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts.
How do I use it?
For oral consumption only. Allow to dissolve in mouth. Do not chew.
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