FREE Kit to Help Manage Side Effects from Chemotherapy

A sample of an Adult Comfort Kit

A sample of an Adult Comfort Kit

We all need a little love once in a while… and if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and are receiving chemotherapy, you deserve a little extra lovin’. That’s what Peppermint & Ginger Comfort Kits are all about…


Peppermint & Ginger Comfort Kits are FREE kits created to help provide comfort and help alleviate some of the more common side effects caused by chemotherapy.  An “Adult Kit” contains peppermint and ginger teas (which can help ease nausea), a soft bristle toothbrush, alcohol free mouth wash and toothpaste and lip balm (to help ease oral side effects experienced as a result of treatment), warm socks and a relaxation CD.  When possible, P&G adds in other goodies as well.  Their “Pediatric Kit” contains hot chocolate instead of teas and it’s contents will vary depending on the age of the patient.


If you know of a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy or if you yourself are a patient and would like one of these comforting kits, please click HERE to request one.


  1. tiffany carson says:

    breast cancer patient

  2. maria says:

    My mom a breast cancer 61yr old on chemo was feeling horrible today BUT My mom just received the care kit and it put a smile on her!!!!! Thank you so much you guys are the best. May God bless you all.

    • Robyn says:

      Hi Maria, Thanks so much for sharing this with us. Please email me (at your mom’s mailing address and we’ll send her a “Get Cozy During Chemo Blanket” that will hopefully also bring a smile to her face and keep her warm during chemo treatments. Sending you both much love & light! Best, Robyn

      • Jessica Burkett says:

        I cant wait for my nana to receive her kit. The she was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer stage 3. She is a fighter tho so we know she will pull thru! I will be sending in a donation this week :) god bless you guys for doing what you are doing for people. VERY inspirational!

  3. Carole says:

    Just ordered a kit for my sister-in-law. She is battling a very rare and agressive form of cervical cancer and just gave birth to a beautiful preemie, 30 weeks, baby girl who was going through chemo with her. I am so glad to have found this for her! I hope it helps!

  4. Deanna says:

    When I click the link that’s supposed to take me to the request a kit page I get an error message. :( Help?

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