"It's not medicine, it's Magic Feel Good"
We are now in the midst of the cold and flu season...even though it seems like we never have a break in our house. These past few weeks have plagued our house with nasty head colds, sinus infections and tummy troubles. Oh, and did I mention, I had pneumonia...well, still have, but you know as a parent you don't get a day off, so I keep pushing forward.
Because the girls always seem to be feeling under the weather, it is hard to decide if they are really sick or just looking for a little attention. I find that when one child is sick, the other starts feeling "phantom pains/symptoms" in hopes to get some of the extra attention and pampering they see their sibling get. So, what do you do when your child presents cold symptoms, for instance, but you know aren't really sick? Do you give them medicine along with their sibling so that they feel included? This is not good to do for many reason, especially because they can build a tolerance to different medications over time. Is there something else you can give them instead? Yes, there is!
Recently, I was sent two packages of Magic Feel Good pills (read on to learn how you can win a box to try with your child(ren) — a delicious, all-natural, chewable placebo packed with Vitamin C! This placebo pill, invented by parents contains no artificial sweeteners or coloring, is Non-GMO. But, most importantly, this kid-tested and kid-approved placebo pill is delicious, thanks to its all-natural fruit flavor. "This chewable leverages the placebo effect to help kids get rid of their phantom pains & anxieties." (Note: You cannot administer Magic Feel Good to any child under the age of 3, or if the the child cannot safely chew & swallow solid foods.)
So, how does this placebo pill work? Well, first let me share about placebo effect and then why the makers of Magic Feel Good brought this product to market...
What is the Placebo Effect?:
"The Placebo Effect is a remarkable phenomenon in which a placebo – a fake treatment, an inactive substance like sugar, water, or saline – can sometimes improve a patient’s condition simply because the person has the expectation that it will be helpful. Expectation plays a significant role in the placebo effect – the more a person believes they are going to benefit from a treatment, the more likely it is that they will experience a benefit."
And, now here is more about why parents Akiva and Jeni created this feel better pill...
"Akiva and Jeni used the power of imagination to make their kids think they were taking something to make them feel All Better! Created with what kids love and what parents are looking for, Magic Feel Good is the only pill of its kind. Using the power of imagination, it safely cures all of your child’s non-medical ailments."
Akiva and Jeni themselves were no strangers to phantom pains as a child. Weren't we all? I remember when I had a big test I was anxious about or a speech I had to give at school, I would start to feel sick. My mother knew I wasn't sick, but would give me her special medicine (turned out to be sugar water) to make me feel better and ease my tummy troubles and nerves. And, when my brothers were sick and being showered with extra love and pampering, I found myself experiencing similar symptoms, just to get some of the extra attention.
I know that if Magic Feel Good was around back when I was young, my mother would be stocking the medicine cabinet with it and giving it to my brothers and I when we presented with phantom pains. How about you? When a band-aid can't take away the pain from a minor scrape, maybe a Magic Feel Good pill will.
Just like my mom who created her own feel better concoction, Akiva found himself in the kitchen mixing together his own magic in a medicine cup, which included some honey, grape juice and whatever other juices were in the fridge at the time. He finished by sprinkling some magic, invisible of course, and then gave to his children. And, just like when we took our mom's drink, Akiva's children were all better. Their pains were gone, they stopped fussing and they were all smiles again.
Instead of keeping Magic Feel Good a secret, Akiva and Jeni decided to bring their product to market so that other families just like mine and yours could offer up our children an all-natural vitamin c packed placebo pill that would make it all feel better. I, for one, am happy that Akiva and Jeni didn't keep it a secret as it really has helped with my girls' phantom pains. And, I know that whenever they come to me with a minor scrape, nerves or anxiety and need a little bit of extra love and attention, along with a dose of Magic Feel Good, I will be ready. :-)
Does Magic Feel Good really work?
Yes, it does! There were a few lulls in the past few weeks when one of my girls was well. So, I took this opportunity to try out the Magic Feel Good pills with them, as like they always do, they came to me "not feeling well" just like their sister. While the Magic Feel Good pill was not in liquid form like I was giving the other child, my other daughter was quick to pop it in her mouth and chew this Vitamin C pill. She couldn't stop talking about how great it tasted, as my other child was asking for water to wash away the icky medicine taste of the liquid medicine I gave her.
Usually I am not one to medicate my child unless medically necessary. And, when I do, I prefer all-natural products over others that contain questionable ingredients. From now on, I will be making a point to keep Magic Feel Good in our medicine cabinet for when my girls come to me with phantom pains or anxieties and need a little vitamin c pill to make it all feel better.
Magic Feel Good turns frowns into smiles -- Savannah can attest to that!
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in which I was compensated for my time in sharing about this product. However, all views shared are mine and mine alone.