Zarbees Cough Syrup is a natural, safe alternative with clinically proven results and recommended by more than 40,000 other pediatricians nationwide. Recent clinical trials have shown that buckwheat honey is more effective than traditional over-the-counter medicines at reducing coughs associated with the common cold (it’s high in antioxidants, helps coat the throat and reduces irritation). Other carefully chosen ingredients include immune-boosting Vitamin C, Zinc and elderberry (which studies have shown can dramatically decrease the length of an illness caused by the influenza virus). Zarbees Cough Syrup can be used during the day or at night. It is drug, dye and gluten free. For nighttime relief, try Zarbees All Natural Nighttime Cough & Sleep Drink.
Boiron makes Children’s Chestal with nine different active homeopathic ingredients. Homeopathics use natural substances like minerals, plants, and biological substances in micro-doses. They relieve symptoms by stimulating the natural ability of the body to re-balance and heal itself. Children’s Chestal is safe for children age 2 and older. Children’s Chestal comes in 2 different flavors, honey and berry.
Hylands makes a Nighttime Cold and Cough 4Kids, which includes 10 different homeopathic active ingredients that temporarily relieve your child’s cough, runny nose, sneezing, nasal and chest congestion, and sore throat with accompanying sleeplessness without waking up groggy. Hylands Nighttime Cough and Cold 4Kids is 100% natural and safe for children age 2 and older. Hylands also makes a Cold ‘n Cough 4Kids daytime relief syrup as well as a 100% natural honey Cough Syrup with four active ingredients.
Emergence-C makes a Kidz vitamin drink with 250 mg of vitamin C with 24 other nutrients and antioxidants for immune system support. There are no artificial flavors or ingredients and all are GMO free. Plus, all ingredients go through thorough testing for ingredient identity and purity. Emergence-C Kidz is safe for children ages 4 and up. It’s recommended to take with the first symptom of getting sick.
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