Win a Zarbee’s Family Cough Kit – 2 Winners (US)

With cold and flu season in full swing it’s always nice to be prepared.  My family uses Zarbee’s to help soothe our aches and coughs, and I love having it on hand at all points in time.  My son has asthma so and the natural cough syrup is great for helping him sleep at night!

About Zarbee’s

"Zarbee's Cough Syrup" "Cough Syrup" "Natural Remedies"

Zarbee’s uses natural ingredients that are proven safe and effective for children and adults.  There are no side effects so you can have peace of mind and confidence. Developed by leading pediatrician Zak Zarbock, MD, Zarbees Cough Syrup was the first natural, safe and effective cough syrup for children 12 months and older.

Remember my post about Hilarious MOMents?  I received a Family Cough Kit for sharing, and Zarbee’s wants to give 2 of my awesome readers the same cough kit!

What’s in the Family Cough Kit?

"Zarbee's Natural Cough Syrup" "Cough Syrup" "Zarbee's"

  • Zarbee’s All Natural Children’s Cough Syrup (4 fl. oz. full size bottle) safe for little ones 12+ months
  • Zarbee’s All Natural Children’s Nighttime Syrup (4 fl. oz. full size bottle) save for kids 2+ years
  • Zarbee’s All Natural Adult Daytime Cough Syrup (4 fl. oz. full size bottle) NEW for big bees
  • Zarbee’s All Natural Adult Nighttime Cough Syrup (4 fl. oz. full size bottle) NEW for big bees

Please use the below Rafflecopter form to enter.  You need only to agree to the terms and conditions to enter – all other entries are optional.

 
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This giveaway is open to US only and will end on 11/23/12.

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Comments

  1. Megan Parsons says:

    I put vicks on my kids feet and then put socks on overnight and it always seems to work!

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  2. cuddle time and I use a little bit of honey in their drink

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  3. Gargling with salt water for a sore throat
    Thanks!

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  4. Breastmilk in the ears seems to clear everything up mighty quick! :-)

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  5. Amanda Alvarado says:

    A humidifier with some eucalyptus or menthol drops

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  6. Jennifer R says:

    Our natural remedy for a sore throat is gargling with warm salt water.

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  7. hot tea with honey, a bath in epsom salts and lots O Love

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  8. Angela Anthony says:

    2 Tbsp. honey, 1 tsp. cinnamon in a cup of nice warm water.

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  9. Lindsey Gain says:

    Hot tea and cherry mentholatum :)

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  10. Danielle Porter says:

    I take honey for coughing!

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  11. Kristie D. says:

    Zarbee’s seems like a great product! I always cough in a way that wracks my body. Anything that can help is welcome. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  12. Honey for cough and sore throat. Something that always works, although not all-natural, is putting Vicks on their feet covered with some warm socks at bedtime. Works EVERY time!

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  13. susan quackenbush says:

    Honey, baking soda, and salt.

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  14. susan quackenbush says:

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  15. honey with a squirt of lemon

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  16. i like the idea your a home base company and your page is home based in las vegas

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  17. Miranda Gonzalez says:

    I use chamomile tea with honey for sore throats and colds, and garlic oil or breastmilk in the ear for ear infections.

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  18. Honey and lemon for sore throats

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  19. Teresa Thompson says:

    For a fever, we put raw potatoes on their feet. Sounds strange but it works every time.

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  20. NICOLE CLAWSON says:

    honey and lemon

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  21. My 3-year old and 8-year old love drinking tea! It always helps break up the mucus when they have a cold. =)

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  22. Always drinking lots of water, hand-washing, and humidifiers.

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  23. We use echinacea at the first sign of a cold

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  24. Sue Bunting says:

    natural remedies I use in my home are honey, lemon, and peperment tea for colds.

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  25. Chicken soup, boiled onion

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  26. lemons!

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  27. Blessie Nelson says:

    I use ginger and honey in warm water

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  28. michelle gilliland mcafee says:

    salt water for a sore throat, epsom salts in a bath for aches

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  29. In my home we use salt and water and chamoliie tea with honey for sore throats.

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  30. I use hot tea with lemon. Thank you

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  31. I drink lots of water,eat chicken noodle soup. I usually just let it takes it’s course but I use cough drops for coughs and take tylenol for fever.Thank you for the great giveaway! :)

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  32. Dawn Sterner says:

    When we don’t feel good we like chicken soup & some vernors.

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    Anyways, I’m definitely glad I found it and I’ll
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