Zarbee’s Naturals Seasonal Relief

Zarbee's Seasonal Relief

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consultingfor Zarbee’s Naturals. I received a promotional item and a product sample as a thank you for participating.”

Zarbee’s Naturals Seasonal Relief to the rescue! 

Seasonal congestion is at its worst during early spring and late fall for my family. We have the sneezing, runny nose, congestion, and watery eyes. All seven of us! Needless to say we go through a lot of tissues and fussy tears over the frustrating mess of congestion! We love to be outdoors walking to and from the school bus, playing, or going on an adventure like hiking, but in southern AZ some days are just too windy to even try with seasonal congestion. Thankfully Zarbee’s Seasonal Relief is the perfect non-drowsy, fast, and powerful solution to my seasonal congestion! It gets these great qualities form the natural Butterbur extract that helps combat congestion effectively. Butterbur is a plant Europeans have been using for centuries, it actually received its name because farmers used it leaves to preserve their butter. Another great thing about Zarbee’s Seasonal Relief is that it doesn’t cause dry mouth or the jitters like other congestion meds. I especially love that it is drug-free, alcohol-free, and dye-free.

You can download a coupon now and pick up a box at your local CVS or Target. You can also request a free sample that comes with another buy one get one free (BOGO) coupon! I love coupons and a BOGO is a 50% SAVINGS!

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Not only can you score some great information and deals, but every time someone visits the Seasonal Relief Project website to share how Zarbee’s Naturals’ Seasonal Relief with Butterbur worked for them, they’re donating to four causes that support exposure to and the protection of fresh air, including Fresh Air FundChildren & Nature Network, and Moms Clean Air Force, and Healthy Child Healthy World.

Here are a few of my tips for taking control of seasonal congestion:

  1. Eat a spoonful of local honey daily.This will reduce sensitivity to the seasonal triggers found in your area. This actually works best as a preventive, but it will also support other measures you take to tame allergy symptoms.
  2. Make tea. Did you know that ginger is a natural antihistamine with great anti-inflammatory properties? Or that limes, lemon, and oranges, too, act in the same ways and neutralize toxins in your body? The same is true for cayenne pepper. It’s time to combine some of these ingredients and turn them into a powerful congestion fighter! Try making ginger tea! You will need 4-6 thin slices raw ginger, 1 1/2 – 2 cups water, juice from 1/2 lime, or to taste, 1-2 tbsp. honey. Slice the ginger and then boil the ginger in water for at least 10 minutes. For a stronger, spicier tea, allow to boil for 20 minutes or more, and use more slices of ginger. Remove from heat and add lime juice and honey to taste.
  3. Clean up! No seriously-Spring cleaning! 🙂 Have your carpets cleaned, change out all your filters, wash all your curtains, and maybe invest in a great air filter!

While Zarbee’s is a great, natural solution for seasonal congestion, you need to know that since it’s a dietary supplement, that these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Zarbee’s is also not intended for anyone under the age of 12.

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Do you have any other tips? Please share your tips and tricks for overcoming seasonal congestion in the comments. 🙂 Have a great day!

 

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