It's that time of year again! Don't get me wrong, I love the fall. But with it becomes great responsibility. That line sounds familiar doesn't it? :) When the seasons change, our bodies need time to adapt, and with it, most of us get a cold, or a sore throat, or even those dreaded sinus infections. It's bad enough when us adults get it, but when the kids get sick, it's worse. They are just miserable, poor things and it's our job, our responsibility to help them get better and back to what they do best!
Luckily, I've found Boiron's Chestal Honey Homeopatchic Cough Syrup. It relieves coughs, not only chest congestion but those nasty dry coughs too. It doesn't take yucky and to me that is important. Nothing worse then when you end up wearing your child's medicine. Non-drowsy, no artificial flavors or colors, this is a must have for all seasons. Keep it stocked in your medicine cabinet; be prepared. Don't wait until you need it and then you don't have it. I learned that lesson the hard way :) It really works, so give it a try!!
Thanks to Boiron, I have a giveaway for 2 Minding Spot readers! That's right, you can stock that medicine cabinet!
Each winner will receive a 4.2 oz bottle of Children's Chestal Cough Syrup and a box of oscillococcinum (pellets for flu-like symptoms)
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Winners will be announced on November 4th. Winners are chosen by randomizer.org
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I received a complimentary sample of Chestal Honey Cough syrup in order to faciliate this review. I received no monetary compensation and all thoughts and opinions are my own.