Key Features:

  • Yummy Meds® : Turn Bitter medicine into Yummy medicine
  • Natural sweetener*  (Sugar-free) unlike artificial ones seen on the market.
  • Bitterness suppressor​ to mask bitter medicines
  • Suitable for all age groups;for infants please consult a health care proffesional
  • Diabetes friendly
  • All flavor ingredients are FDA registered, HACCP certified on FEMA list.
  • Preservative free, Colorant free, Dye free
  • 1 Oz amber glass vial to protect from light and maintain freshness​​
  • 600 Drops of flavor!​
  • Serving size: Up to 1 Dropperfull per 50 ml of medicine
  • Made in USA. Exp: 10/2024
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Flavoring products are available from many sources, but our products are custom made for your flavoring needs. Experience the difference by using the flavoring drops that pharmacies and pediatricians use everyday. We can recommend just the right product to match with  your child medicine needs.Yummy Meds specialize into prescription flavoring designed to mask unpleasant tasting medicine.


Yummy Meds supplies products throughout the United States and around the world. Our products for the most part are made from extract of natural ingredients and we continually research new active ingredients to formulate more efficient flavors.


*Yummy Meds DROPS use stevia in their formulations and never use artificial sweeteners like aspartame or sucralose.Our products are mostly natural and preservatives free to account for children safety and orally administered medicines"Stevia" The leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant, a small shrub native to certain regions of South America, have been used as both a sweetener and a medicine since ancient times. Stevia is botanically related to artichokes and sunflowers, as well as medicinal herbs such as echinacea and a new and common sweetner that is frequently used in soft drinks and juices without the caloriesThe FDA deems Stevia as safe during pregnancy; it has been give the GRAS (generally recognized as safe) rating by the FDA.US Food and Drug Administration issues no objection letter to GRAS status of Rebaudioside A [press release]. Chicago and Purchase, NY: Whole Earth Sweetener Company; December 17, 2008.The American Diabetes Association reports that stevia doesn’t have any significant effect on blood sugar and can be “a good option for [diabetics] who are trying to cut calories and still enjoy a sweet taste.The European Food Safety Authority’s scientific Panel ( EFSA) on additives, the ANS Panel, assessed the safety of steviol glycosides, sweeteners extracted from plant leaves in April 2010.Toxicological testing showed that the substances are not genotoxic, nor carcinogenic, or linked to any adverse effects on the reproductive human system or for the developing child.Stevia is Official Journal of the European Union: 7. 11 November 2011. Retrieved 15 November 2011. "The CE regulation establishes steviol glycosides as food additive, and establishes maximum content levels in foodstuff and beverages."

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