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Magic Feel Good #PlaceboEffect Review and #Giveaway


        When my kids get sick, I tend to feel helpless.  I try to make them as comfortable as I can.  However, because all three of my children are completely different when it comes to taking medicines and even getting sick, I have to treat them each differently when they do get sick.  What if trying all of the above doesn't help your little one feel better because they aren't necessarily sick?


        Sometimes children can get something (a fear or sickness) into their head to a point where they start experiencing symptoms or make themselves believe something is truly happening to them.  Using something called the Placebo Effect, we can help put those "symptoms" at ease.  The Placebo Effect uses a placebo (sugar, water, or saline) in place of an actual medicine or treatment.

        If your child believes it will help, it can actually help them improve. "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."  Magic Feel Good helps children get rid of those "tummy aches" and "boo boos".

Price/Available to Purchase: $8.99 Single Pack 
Recommendation:  It's helped ease my sons anxiety each morning when it comes to going to school as well as the mysterious illness he keeps coming up with to avoid going.  I recommend these as a gift for any child this holiday season!
Facebook: Magic Feel Good 
Twitter:  @MagicFeelGood

Giveaway:  Magic Feel Good is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a box of Magic Feel Good to try of their own!

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9 comments:

  1. i think a boo boo. like a bump on the knee.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. My son is terrified that Chuck E. Cheese at the nearby restaurant will come and eat him.

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  3. our son is scared of flying and this would be good for this fear.

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  4. I think this is a good idea for some of our daughters crisis's.

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  5. afraid of the dark. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  6. I think this could help with being afraid of the dark

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  7. Scared of catching the flu from their siblings.

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