Naturally Relieve Earache Pain with ClearPop

As a parent, you want your kiddo to feel better when they are sick. I have shared my post about natural ways to reduce teething pain and I have shared our sick kid essentials. As parents, we hate to see our little ones in any kind of discomfort and I have recently came across a natural way to relieve earache pain that could be a life saver for parents.

So what is ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief and why is it a great choice for earache relief?
ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief uses a biomechanically designed shape similar to a lollipop to help the body clear fluid from the ear through the mouth without medication. The pop conforms the oral cavity and is designed to maximize the negative pressure generated by the natural motion of the jaw as the child sucks on the pop. This negative pressure helps to drain the blockage into the mouth, leading to fast relief of the pain and pressure felt by the child. Lemon flavor tastes great and encourages saliva production which helps drain the Eustachian tube. A medicine in a lollipop form? Sign me up!

Does it work?
Thankfully, my kids haven't had issue with earaches during the time of my review, so I cannot say from personal experience. However, in a Clinical Study ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief reduced the pain of the earache in 9 of 10 cases and eliminated it in 7 of 10 cases. It is formulated with all-natural Xylitol, shown to reduce occurrence of Acute Ottis Media (AOM) by 25%.

What concerns me most when giving my children any kind of medication is the ingredients. The ingredients in ClearPop Rabid Earache Relief are isomalt, citric acid, ascorbic acid, Xylitol, water, and lemon oil. ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief does not contain any antibiotics or analgesics. If your goal is to your child's in take of antibiotics, then is a great option! But ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief is safe to use with any other medication, including analgesics.

What about the taste?
Lemon flavor tastes great and encourages saliva production which helps drain the Eustachian tube. And ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief designers sought to eliminate possible choking risks by placing a hole in the plastic base where the consumable portion of the pop joins. This causes the head to stay connected to the stick until it is almost completely dissolved. The spoon-shaped base of the stick cannot be swallowed and the stick itself is shatterproof and flexible.

Want to make a purchase?
They retail for $11.99 for a pack of two, and are available at and in 1100 stores nationwide. To find ClearPop Rapid Earache Relief in your area, Click HERE for the full list of locations.

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  1. So far, my girls have only had one earache. We used silver and homemade garlic oil! These look cool!

  2. Usually an ear ache means an ear infection around here, but antibiotics do very little for symptoms immediately. This would be amazing for that!

  3. One of my great grandsons has an earache once in a while and they have some kind of drops the doctor has perscribed.

  4. Thankfully my son has only had one before!! It was from swimming and getting water in his ear! We did lots of snuggles and had him rest on the side until the pressure released. Poor guy!

  5. I usually get them to the dr. To get checked over and give them Advil for discomfort.

  6. Whenever my cousin gets an earache we always make hot cocoa and a cool compress for her head.


  7. When my children get ear aches I make sure their ears are clean and then I give them sweet oil, it never fails!

  8. We use sweet oil and a heating pad. I think this would be a great product and would love to give it a try. My Grandkids have a lot of earaches.

  9. I am an empty nester, but I sure do wish I had this when my kids were little! I am going to share and tell my grandkids' moms.
    Earaches makes a child so sad & miserable! Thanks for sharing this new helpful product!!

  10. What a great product. When my kids were young, I would usually put part of a cotton ball in the sore ear, give them some children's tylenol, and have them rest. If it persisted or seemed more than the usual ear ache, I would take them to the doctor.

  11. I've never heard of this but this is really awesome i think we all as parents hate to see our children suffer from anything

  12. I use a heating pad on low setting and a doll or stuffed animal to cuddle with.


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