3 Posts That Will Give You A Head Start When It Comes To Treating Fevers Naturally

Looking for more DIY remedies that will help lower your child’s fever when it’s uncomfortably high without taking it completely away?

Below you’ll find 3 guest posts I’ve written this week that highlight a few remedies you can use with the herbs and oils mentioned in my new guide – Treating Fevers Naturally.

Enjoy, and I hope they’re helpful to you.

Plus, be sure to check out Treating Fevers Naturally for yourself and add it to your natural health library. CLICK HERE to view it and CLICK HERE to read some of my most frequently asked questions about the guide too.

Keep Your Child Hydrated & Happy During A Fever With Herbal Smoothie Freezer Pops

Keep Your Child Hydrated & Happy During A Fever With Herbal Smoothie Freezer Pops

How would you like to learn a fun, easy way to keep your child hydrated and happier when they have a fever?

As mom, you know what it’s like when your child is hot with a fever. They don’t feel good, and they definitely don’t want anything to eat or drink. Sometimes their body hurts, and sometimes they just want to lay around and sleep.

Thankfully fevers don’t have to be a scary ordeal. You just have to keep an eye on your child and remember to keep them from getting dehydrated.

Now, keeping an eye on your child can be the easy part. When they’re sick, it’s the keeping them from getting dehydrated part that can be tough.

Today I’m going to show you an easy way you can not only keep your child hydrated when they have a fever, but how it can boost their spirits and their immune systems at the same time.

CLICK HERE to read the rest on Mommypotamus!!


Use This Easy Detox Bath With Your Child’s Next Fever

Use This Easy Detox Bath With Your Child's Next Fever

Mama, let me ask you a question.

How would you like to learn how to give your child a type of bath that will help their body when they have a fever?

If you answered “yes” – that’s great because today I’m gonna explain how a detox bath helps the body during a fever and how simple it is to do it.

CLICK HERE to read the rest on Modern Alternative Mama!

3 Benefits Of Using Herbal Tea During A Fever

3 Benefits Of Using Herbal Tea During A Fever

Did you know there’s a way to help your child’s body during a fever by giving them herbal teas?

It’s true.

Teas are probably the best way to use herbs during a fever. Not only are they quick to make, but they’re easy to get to taste good so kids will drink them. They’re also full of vitamins and minerals thanks to water’s ability to effectively draw out these properties from the herbs.

But beyond being convenient, tasting good and being full of nutrition, there are some other really great benefits to using teas during a fever. Let’s talk about them below.

CLICK HERE to read the rest on Wellness Mama!

  1. Tracy Spangler says:

    Meagan- I can’t thank you enough for sharing your knowledge on the best ways to care for little one’s naturally, especially when they have fevers. You’ve completely changed the way I handle my two daughter’s fevers. Prior to finding your site a couple years ago, I would rush my now 3 and 8 year old to urgent care for a high fever. Now I draw a bath with apple cider vinegar and ginger, which works like a miracle each and every time, to reduce their fever if it is very high, as well as the aches from the colds/flu. Instead of ibuprofen I’m armed with herbal tea and popsicles. You’ve changed the way I care for them, and I’ve meant to write and thank you for a long time. My youngest is ill today and I read through some of your older posts, and realized I never did write to say thanks. You’re an inspiration to me, and the source of so much wisdom. Thank you for sharing it.

    Be well and Happy Easter to you and your family!

    • Meagan says:

      Oh I’m so happy to hear your successes Tracy! I’m sure you’re so happy to have found a good avenue for doing things a bit more naturally with your little ones. Keep up the good work, and thanks again for letting me know!

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