Friday, February 09, 2007

Honey, Propolis Lollipops Used for Sore Throats in UK

Fun Medicine for Children with Colds and Sore Throats
PRWeb, 2/9/2007

London, UK (PRWEB) February 9, 2007 -- What's difficult for parents of sick children? - getting them to take their medicine. What's the answer? Making medicine fun to take.

It is difficult for a parent or caregiver looking after a child with a cold or sore throat anyway, without having to resort to tricks and bribes to get them to take any medicine that will actually help them.

But offer a child a lollipop, and they are going to say yes, happily.

Children's Lemon and Honey Lollipops are now available in the UK. Made by New Zealand based natural health products company Comvita, they combine the soothing action of UMF 10+ active manuka honey, and the power of propolis, both of which are great for helping with sore throats and colds.

Active manuka honey is unique from New Zealand and contains natural antibiotic properties. Propolis is used by bees to sterilise and protect their hive from infection, and used by humans to help fight colds and sore throats.

Parents don't need to go searching for these lemon and honey lollipops, as they are available for delivery from the World Of NZ online store,

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