Corona, CA, June 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Developing a line of get well gifts based on patient needs, Book Bouquet gift baskets offers up an alternative to flowers and other traditional gifts for hospital patients.
One of the patient needs Book Bouquet considered when creating their get well gifts were food limitations. Many patients are on restricted diets making traditional gift baskets of gourmet foods a waste. Book Bouquet introduced a no food version of their popular Boredom Buster gift box. This gift includes four puzzle books, a pen and pencil for solving the puzzle, a get well balloon and the customer’s choice of a paperback book by favorite bestselling authors like Danielle Steel, John Grisham, Michael Connelly and many others.
Another issue is special dietary needs. Many patients can’t eat rich cookies or salty pretzels so Book Bouquet developed a “No Guilt” line of get well gifts. These gifts have healthier snacks, like all natural, fat free apple fruit chips, organic trail mix, wheat and gluten free cashew crunch just to name a few. These get well gifts offer the abundance of a traditional gift basket and no guilt from eating the goodies.
Many of Book Bouquet’s get well gifts are sent to cancer patients. Knowing that chemotherapy can cause nausea a new product is being offered as a special add-on item for any get well gift basket. PsiBands are acupuncture wrist bands that alleviate nausea and come in fashionable colors and styles for men and women. Customers can add this great product to any get well gift giving them the ability to customize their gift to fit the patients needs.
Book Bouquet ships to hospitals, nursing homes, treatment centers and homes throughout the US and Canada. Get well gift orders placed by 3:00pm EST Monday through Friday ship the same day. Book Bouquet’s get well gifts offer a personal touch and put a new spin on what has been available to send for gifts to patients.