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Why Ricola sweets are the perfect remedy for a busy day
Ricola herbal sweets are made using a unique blend of 13 Swiss herbs so you can enjoy a delicious moment of calm
Life can get busy – from a hectic work schedule to a never-ending to-do list, it’s easy to get swept up in the chaos of everyday tasks. And while it may feel like you’re always being told to prioritise self-care, sometimes that’s easier said than done when you’re short on time. Luckily, Ricola sweets are the perfect antidote to a busy schedule – you can enjoy them whenever and wherever you are, allowing you to pause for a moment and remember that even on your busiest days, life can be sweet.
Each Ricola sweet is made using a special recipe that harnesses the power of 13 carefully selected herbs – including peppermint and sage – that are grown in the clean Swiss mountain air. Free from artificial flavours and colours, and grown without using chemical pesticides or fertilisers, Ricola sweets are as gentle on the planet as they are on you.
Ricola sugar-free herbal sweets are available in a variety of delicious flavours such as fragrant Elderflower, refreshing Mountain Mint and creamy Herbal Caramel, and they come in small boxes that are perfect for popping in your bag for everyday use. You can find Ricola in the confectionery aisle in selected Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons, Holland & Barrett and WHSmith stores, as well as online at Ocado.
Soothe & Clear
And when you’re feeling a little under the weather and need a bit of comfort, Ricola’s Soothe & Clear range is ideal. Available in larger bags, the naturally soothing lozenges contain Ricola’s signature herb blend in combination with ingredients selected for their throat soothing and clearing properties to help provide relief.
You can choose from Honey Herb, Honey Lemon Echinacea and Original Swiss Herb Variance, all of which include the original Ricola 13 herb blend and Natural Menthol.
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