Win-It-Wednesday: tummydrops

This week’s Win-It-Wednesday is all about keeping tummies happy!

Whether it’s cramps, bloating, upset stomachs, nausea, motion sickness or morning sickness, we all sometimes have tummies that take a toll.

That is why I was so excited to receive samples of tummydrops delivered to my doorstep. Developed by three award-winning Gastroenterologists, these soothing drops create a convenient, all-natural, gluten-free way to take advantage of the natural soothing powers of ginger and peppermint… two of Mother Nature’s best healers.

I love that Tummy Drops are a natural alternative that can assist in digestive issues. The Tummy Drop website hits the nail on the head when it says, “Think of tummydrops as a cough drop, but to soothe upset tummies.”

Just a like a cough drop that you pop in your mouth to soothe a scratchy throat, tummydrops are perfect to keep in your purse or bag for when you, or your kids, have a upset tummy. Just pop one in your mouth and let the soothing begin.

Tummy Drops comes in two flavors: Ginger and Peppermint. The ginger drops are perfect for those that experiences stomach upset, motion sickness, nausea or morning sickness. Made with the purest and best tasting ginger, they are great for travel and when on the go. The peppermint drops are great for cramps, bloating, urgency, stomach upset and nausea. I love the natural peppermint oil that is in each and every drop. These drops are perfect for those unexpected stomach upsets.

Another reason to love tummydrops? They proudly donate 5% of new sales equally between the Celiac Disease Foundation and also the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America.

All of these tummy taming reasons are why I am so excited that tummydrops is sponsoring this Win-It-Wednesday on BeFreeForMe.com

Two (2) lucky winners will each win a prize pack of  tummydrop items. One (1) winner will be randomly selected from the entries received before Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 11:59 PM EST, and one (1) more winner will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, March 19 and Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 11:59PM EST. SO – make sure you enter to win two times!

How can you win?
Easy!

Reply to this blog and tell which tummydrop flavor sounds the best to you.

Good luck, be kind to your tummy… and as always,
Be Free!

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60 Responses to “Win-It-Wednesday: tummydrops”

  1. traytray95 Says:

    Tummy droos sound pretty cool! Would love to try them

  2. Todd Says:

    Peppermint sounds good!

  3. elaine Says:

    Oh my, with my chronic stomach problems, this is exactly what I need! I can not believe I never heard of them before! Peppermint, the best for bad tummies! I would be just elated to win!

  4. Shelly Says:

    Peppermint please!! I always seem to have bloating and cramps.

  5. Monica Kirkham Says:

    I’ve heard so much about the effects of Peppermint on stomach pains, so I personally would like to try Peppermint!!

  6. Theresa gates Says:

    Peppermint as it would fit my tummy troubles perfectly

  7. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I prefer peppermint tummydrops for my tummy. Nice to have an all natural remedy.

  8. Kathy Fleming Says:

    I would like to try the Ginger flavor Tummy Drops!

  9. Rosario Serrano Says:

    The best flavor is grape

  10. Sandra Simkins Says:

    I think peppermint tummy drops would be soothing to tummy!
    Also I love fresh ginger!

  11. TXEdie Says:

    With a strict, gluten-free diet, my Celiac symptoms have disappeared … except for bloating and gas. I would love to try “tummysrops” as an convenient, pop-in-the-mouth remedy for these digestive problems. Being sure that there is no gluten in this remedy is a reassuring incentive to try.

  12. Sharon Says:

    I have not heard of these but have been battling nausea due to bacterial overgrowth from my Sjögren’s syndrome for over 4 years. I would LOVE to try them. I would be happy to try either, but think the ginger might be my first choice.

  13. Eileen Says:

    I would like to try the ginger tummy drops.

  14. Margoka Says:

    I would like to try ginger flavor tummy drops.

  15. Michelle Says:

    I love hearing about new natural products like these! I would love to keep both on hand, just in case, while I am on the go. The peppermint would definitely never not be in my purse!

  16. Meghan Says:

    Peppermint sounds good!

  17. Larc Bogdan Says:

    Ginger sounds like a wonderful way to soothe a tummy.

  18. cindy w. Says:

    I think both – it depends on what kind of stomach issue you’re having. Thanks for the giveaway.

  19. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Peppermint please. I wish we had these when I was growing up. I can’t even count how many times I had tummy aches. I use to roll myself to sleep.

  20. cassie Says:

    Peppermint would be my choice! with the cramping from both menstrual and accidental digestion of gluten I sometimes get my seizures and this could be a help to ease pain and stop seizures. natural remedies are great.

  21. Sylvia Lombera Says:

    The peppermint sounds great. I would love to try it.

  22. stacey Says:

    This sounds perfect for someone whose gluten free diet alone has not resolved all their symptoms!

  23. Cassandra A. Says:

    Ginger sounds amazing! I know it’s all natural and has been proven to help with other problems.

  24. Briana W. Says:

    Mmmm, peppermint! Yummy!

  25. tomi Says:

    I have used peppermint and ginger for years! I try to keep both on hand but these would be easier to keep in my purse. I also use peppermint oil for headaches and other aches and pains. And whenever I munch on dried ginger my dog always talks me out of some for her too. It would be hard to say which I like better!

  26. Susan M Says:

    I think I would prefer the peppermint flavor.

  27. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I would like peppermint. I am sure the rest of the family would like to try it as all 4 girls have celiac disease in our family. Out of the family of 5 only my father doesn’t have celiac disease.

  28. Fran Laing Says:

    Peppermint is my first choice but think the ginger would be good as well

  29. Katheryn Says:

    i would love to try both but ginger sounds amazing!

  30. Julie Shannon Says:

    This would be extremely helpful for me; ginger sounds great!

  31. Wendy Says:

    I would love to try the peppermint!

  32. Cassandra D Says:

    Soothing my tummy is such a beautiful thing.

  33. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Told my family about your product and they can’t wait to try it. We prefer peppermint.

  34. Celine Girouard Says:

    We would love to try these in our family! I can not eat gluten and my daughter has Crohns. What a great product! Thank you!

  35. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    My family and I would love to try peppermint please.

  36. cindy w. Says:

    I think both would be great to have on hand depending on the stomach issue.

  37. Sharon Says:

    Peppermint or ginger, both sound great to me! Would love to try.

  38. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    peppermint please

  39. Katie C Says:

    Would love for my girls to try peppermint. One gets car sick and other tummy troubles sometimes….thanks!

  40. Shea Adams Says:

    Peppermint sounds great!

  41. Meghan Says:

    I would love to try Peppermint!

  42. Cheryl Says:

    I’d definitely try the peppermint drops. No matter how vigilant I am about keeping gluten free, I’m still susceptible to SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) and uncooked veggies and beans tear me up. Anything to soothe the bloat and the pressure on my hiatal hernia would be welcome.

  43. glenda Says:

    I would love to try these in peppermint please , I really need some !!!!

  44. Gretchen Dorn Says:

    Peppermint sounds good.

  45. Karen Schaefer Says:

    I’d love to try these! Both sound wonderful, but I think I’d go with ginger. Thanks for the change to win some!

  46. Briana W. Says:

    Peppermint would be awesome. :)

  47. Bridgette Reid Says:

    My husband has Crohns, and I don’t like taking medicines. These Tummy Drops sound fantastic. Both flavours sound good… do I really have to pick just one?

  48. Gretchen Dorn Says:

    Peppermint, please.

  49. Alliesong Says:

    These sound like a great day, I would love to try the peppermint one for my daughter. Ginger can have a bit of a bite, but pepper spiny is oh, so soothing!

  50. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    We would like to try peppermint please

  51. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    I would like to try peppermint to sooth my throat and my stomach.

  52. Eileen Says:

    I would love to try try the peppermint.

  53. Elizabeth Says:

    peppermint, please.

  54. Alexandra Says:

    The ginger sounds good.

  55. Susan M Says:

    Although I would probably like the peppermint better, I would be curious to try the ginger flavor.

  56. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Peppermint sounds good

  57. Cindy Says:

    Peppermint! I have always loved the scent & taste of peppermint! Tummydrops sound like a great idea!

  58. Lyne Lacroix Says:

    Peppermint sounds good to me.

  59. Jenn Says:

    If it actually works and would help my tummy I would try anything but mint does sound delicious

  60. ashley Says:

    I think that flavors like strawberry lemonade, or orange would be very good

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