This winter has been harsh. And, now, with good ol’ Mr. Groundhog predicting yet another six weeks of this chaos, it’s only going to get worse. Normally I would be thrilled about having the chance to build snowmen, go sledding, have a snowball fight, and simply enjoy the fun, fluffy mess. However, this “polar vortex” of sorts has proven to be far worse than the normal “cold.” This is frigid and, quite frankly, far too chilly for outdoor play. The kids, however, don’t agree. My little ones are big fans of the outdoors despite the weather. Unfortunately, between the constant fluctuating temperatures and the ins and outs of everyday life, that only means that no matter how hard I try, they do get sick from time to time.
Now, surely, it would be pretty simple to load them up on over-the-counter medicines every time a runny nose or cough come along but, quite frankly, I cannot stand doing so. In our home, less is more. I like to think of ourselves as somewhat of a happy medium. We aren’t anti-meds by any means but, at the same time, if there is a good and safe alternate, I’m certainly open to the idea. For example, ice pops and a cool washcloth work wonders for bringing down low grade fevers and a bit of honey soothes a scratchy throat with ease. Until now, these home remedies were just that, “home” remedies. There was never a middle option to fit us folks that walk the line. Finally, though, someone has joined us – Zarbee’s Naturals!
Having never before heard of them, I was excited to learn of this company and (of course!) give them a try. Zarbee’s Naturals offers parents a happy medium when it comes to caring for their sick little ones. With a plethora of all-natural products, the Zarbee’s Naturals line is great for children (and parents!).
Zarbee’s Naturals was founded by, pediatrician and father of four, Dr. Zak Zarbock. Having seen and experienced the frustration of parents first hand, he set out to bring soothing comfort to all sick children. Until now, most children’s cough medicines were not deemed safe for those less than four years of age. Of course, this leaves us with three years of trying to ward off those nasty cough and cold bugs for which we have little to treat them. However, with the introduction of Zarbee’s Naturals, we can help provide soothing relief to little ones as young as two months!
For these freezing winter months, the Zarbee’s Naturals Cough Syrup is surely a life saver. Whether it is a stubborn cough, a sore one or even a nasty, mucous lined one, Zarbee’s Naturals will help you get your children (or yourself) back to normal without the harshness of unwanted side effects from drugs, alcohol, dyes, or gluten. The Cough Syrup formula is available for babies, children, and adults alike and comes in, both, daytime and nighttime formulas. With tasty flavors like cherry and grape, they’re sure to go over quite nicely with picky little ones.
You can purchase Zarbee’s Naturals Cough Syrup directly through their website as well as from a variety of retailers online and in-store nationwide. You can find a participating retailer near you by checking here.
Be sure to keep up with Zarbee’s Naturals through their social media pages via Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on all of the latest news, tips and tricks, new product releases, special deals, giveaways, coupons, and more!
Speaking of coupons, here’s a handy one for you. From now through March 31st, enter the code “ZARBEES14” when purchasing through www.Zarbees.com to save $1.50 off any purchase AND get free shipping!
Now, even with wonderful products like Zarbee’s Naturals on hand, navigating through cough and cold season is a rough task. Personally, I’ve got a long list of tips and tricks that work well for our family and I’ve found that having the basics to fall back on saves me the otherwise inevitable headaches. Thankfully, Dr. Zarbock and the Zarbee’s Naturals family were kind enough to put some of the best tips together in an easy-to-remember way. Really, it is as easy as A-B-C!
So, stock up on Zarbee’s Naturals and make sure that you remember your ABC’s this winter. Doing so will definitely help to keep you and your family healthy for the long run.