Taking Medicine is Finally Fun

Children hate taking medicine: fact. Parents have been trying to trick, force, and bribe their children to take their medicine since… well, since medicine was invented. Fortunately for parents everywhere, invention didn’t stop there. Meet MediMixer, the first ever interactive children’s medicine mixer and dispenser with a reward system attached! A gadget that takes your child’s mind off the taste of medicine! Designed to make giving medicine – in pill or liquid form – easier for moms and dads, the MediMixer uses an interactive approach for your child to get excited about taking their medicine.

Simply measure your medicine dosage according to your doctor’s prescription or OTC. Let your child pour the liquid medicine into the top of the MediMixer or drop a tablet in the grinder. Select a favorite drink or juice to pour down the spout. Measure and let your child pour it into the MediMixer. Using the gears and cranks, your child can stir and mix their own medicine before dispensing the newly mixed medicine into a cup and drinking. MediMixer also grinds up pills and tablets into a powder so it can be combined with the juice or drink of your choice. This is a great option for children who cannot chew or swallow pills. Reward your child with tickets for taking their medicine and making the experience of being sick just a little bit easier. Designed to make taking medicine a positive experience, the MediMixer is a solution all doctors and families can get behind.

Support MediMixer’s KickStarter campaign and reserve yours today! The first 100 backers will enjoy a 50% discount on their MediMixer. So what are you waiting for?


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Disclaimer: I have teamed up with MediMixer in support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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