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When you’re hit with nausea during pregnancy, it is rough. It can make it difficult to find foods to eat through out the day, and it can be tough to interact socially. Early pregnancy is a joyful time, but also an exhausting, strenuous time for many women. And it seems like nothing really helps. Fortunately, here at Pink Stork, we are dedicated to finding solutions to ease your pregnancy symptoms. That’s why we are SO excited to announce the launch of our newest Pink Stork product - Morning Sickness Candies! Finally a treat during pregnancy that is served
guilt free with a side of nausea relief.

Even more, our Morning Sickness Candies aren't exclusively for pregnant women – they’re great for nausea related to headaches, motion sickness, medication side effects, and general queasiness.

Our Morning Sickness Candies are packed with vitamin B6 and ginger, with natural raspberry flavor. When it comes to vitamin B6, it’s a power house. It is an essential vitamin that is part of over 100 processes and functions in your body, including cell production, metabolism, and brain function. And, during pregnancy, us mamas need vitamin B6 more than ever. It is an important vitamin to develop the baby’s brain and nervous system, helps regulate your blood sugar levels throughout the day, and aids in the relief of nausea. Many studies have shown the effectiveness of vitamin B6 use during early pregnancy. It has been show to help with symptoms of nausea and vomiting and has been proven safe. Vitamin B6 will become your bff during early pregnancy, so don’t be shy!

Ginger’s reputation for relieving nausea and vomiting is strong. Ginger works by increasing gastric tone and mobility, allowing our stomachs to calm down and relieve those symptoms of nausea. For years, studies have shown the efficacy of ginger during pregnancy. It’s study approved, doctor approved, and patient approved. Trust us, it will help. And if you are worried that you are not the biggest fan of the ginger taste, we have found a perfect complimentary flavor to add to our ginger candies: raspberry! It pairs perfectly with our main ingredients and
provides a sweet and satisfying taste.

Even though this time can be tough for our new moms-to- be, know that these candies can provide quick relief from nagging nausea and provide you with an essential vitamin to take care of you and your babies health. Now that’s a sweet treat!

If you need relief from nausea, head over to to order a bag of our Morning Sickness Candies

We cannot wait for you to get your hands on this new product! Make sure to leave a review if you love it!  

This blog was written in collaboration with Laura Vorozilchak, PharmD. She is a certified Pharmacist who has a passion for writing. Her insights to this product are not only helpful, but reliable. Thank you Laura! 
1. Babaei A. and Foghaha M. A randomized comparison of vitamin B6 and dimenhydrinate in
the treatment of nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy Iran J Nurs Midwifery Res. 2014
Mar-Apr; 19(2): 199–202.
2. 6. Briggs GG, Freeman RK, Yaffe SJ. Medications in pregnancy and lactation: A reference guide
to fetal and neonatal risk.7 th ed , Philadelphia, Pa. 5, P Medications in pregnancy and lactation: A
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3. 7. King TL, Murphy PA. Evidence-based approaches to managing nausea and vomiting in
early pregnancy. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2009;54:430–44.
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