Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Queasy Pops Product Review & Give Away!

Product Give Away! Queasy Pops & Queasy Drops!

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Since my diagnosis back in March of 2010 I have had nearly two years of chemotherapy, almost 50 treatments.  I was told about how chemotherapy often makes those who receive it nauseous and that I would be given other pharmaceuticals to help with this side effect.  I was given many different types of anti-nausea medicine but it seemed like the pills took so long to take effect sometimes and I would be sick before they had any time to work.  Luckily I stumbled upon Queasy Pops at my local chemo suite.  I thought at first that they wouldn't really be all that great, after all what is candy going to do to help me?! Oh boy was I wrong!  Within minutes of unwrapping the candy and popping (pun intended) into my mouth the wave of nausea was already getting better!  I quickly researched online and found out where I could order some of my very own.  I also found that Three Lollies has Queasy Drops as well which I prefer to sucking on a sucker on a stick.  They come in a variety of flavors (banana, ginger, pomegranate, raspberry, acai, green tea, and natural cola) and they are pharmaceutical free!!!
Everyone who has gone through chemotherapy knows that pretty much nothing tastes the same afterwards and that finding the right flavor that you would like to put into your mouth is sometimes extremely hard, and that is why I always ordered the variety pack so that way I could have options.
I just can't praise these little gems enough! So much so that I contacted Three Lollies and asked them if I could promote their product by having a "give-away" here on my blog.

So....what are you waiting for!  There will be THREE lucky winners and each one will receive one box of Queasy Pops (7 pops) and one container of Queasy Drops (21 pieces)! How cool is that?!
Tired of feeling nauseous from chemotherapy? Try some Queasy Pops/Drops for yourself and see just how awesome they really are!

How to enter:

Leave a comment here on my blog, say "hello" and maybe tell me a little about yourself and you will be entered in the drawing which will take place Tuesday June 19th at 8am.


  1. I am so glad to hear a product like this exists! A friend mine has a parent going through chemo and I will definitely recommend these to her. That is so nice of you to offer a giveaway like this Laura! I'm throwing my hat into the ring and if chosen I would gift these to my friend's mom. Take care & hope you're doing well. :)

  2. Hi, so glad you're doing well! I'm the caregiver of my mom who was diagnosed w/ stage 4 stomach cancer. She was diagnosed in November 2009, but I only started blogging recently:
    My mom is currently on chemo and experiences nausea so this would be really great to test out. She's currently taking zofran.

  3. hi! i'm really encouraged by your blog!! my husband was diagnosed with ICC on April 9th. One distant lymph node was also cancerous. He's about to start chemo. Thanks again and God Bless!

  4. Hi! I came across your blog because of CA19-9 and my total inability to find out what the results "mean". Instead of continuing the interminable research, I spent the next 3 hours reading your blog, and want to thank you for being so wonderfully distracting :-) My mom was diagnosed with metastatic gastric adenocarcinoma about 6 months ago, but the only issue she's getting involves nausea from the chemo, so - like Lana - anything that might help with that, I'm all over, so please add me to the contest pool! Thanks from NYC!

    1. Hi Laurie,
      Did you know there's a private facebook group for stomach cancer warriors and caregivers. It's been a great support system. You can find it here:

    2. Hi Lana,
      Thanks for the info - I've sent a request to join the group. My mom's not much for computers, so it'll probably just be me, but it looks like it'll be a lot of help.

  5. Laura,
    Well, I'm too late for the giveaway, but love your review and I'm glad you found something that helps during chemo. Queasy pops and Queasy Drops...someone was thinking!

  6. Do you know if the Manufacturer would donate to Relay for Life events???

  7. MFG is
    Three Lollies, LLC; 6520 Platt, #573; West Hills, CA 91037

  8. Yesterday at the Cancer Center in Yuma AZ my client had severe nausea and vomiting. One of the volunteers ran around to find some water, ginger ale, or anything to get things going the other direction. She returned with some water, tissue and of all things these funny little lolly pops.... queezy pops. "Kojack" couldn't be happier. Those little pops seem to have started things going back down - no more gagging - - - so we tried another one today. Made it so far - nausea vanished again! However, keep in mind that this is combined with his regular dose of anti nausea medication which he takes before radiation. When he takes the medication he still gets nauseous and vomits. So these little pops really are effective!!

  9. My client, patient, friend, neighbor has just finished the first round of Radiation therapy. Does anyone have information regarding how to deal with the change in taste? There is such a change that nothing tastes good, he senses all the bitterness, and sweet in everything. Milk just 2 days opened tastes soured but cottage cheese opened 3 days tastes really great. Creamed carrots taste bitter. Oatmeal without sugar is too sweet. Since nothing tastes like it should, and he's so nauseous, he isn't eating but a bite or two at a time. Any suggestions? Really friends, I don't have time to read all the blogs to search for the answer so I apologize if this has already been researched and duly noted in the past. I discovered this site while I was trying to run down the Queezy Pops for purchase between all my other responsibilities. Thanks.