Zarbee’s

Posted by: , April 20, 2012 in 12:22 pm


zarbees 150x150 Zarbees You’ve seen the numerous labels: “Do not use if pregnant or nursing.” But what if you’re struggling with a cold or flu during pregnancy and you desperately need some relief? Many cough syrups and medicines are considered unsafe during pregnancy.

What’s a sniffling, coughing, sneezing, aching mother-in-waiting to do?

Use your kids medicine of course! But make sure it contains the right ingredients.

Zarbee’s is the fastest-growing children’s cough and cold brand in the country. Developed by Dr. Zak Zarbock, one of the country’s top pediatricians, and recommended by pediatricians nationwide, Zarbee’s products are all-natural, drug-free and made from antioxidant-rich buckwheat honey.

Zarbee’s products do not include Dextromethorphan (DM), the most common over-the-counter treatment for coughs. A controversial ingredient not supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics, DM has been banned for children ages four and younger and is being scrutinized by the FDA as ineffective and potentially dangerous for children. Zarbee’s products are also gluten free, contain no drugs, alcohol or dyes, have no side effects and carry no risk of overdose.

For centuries, people have used lemon and honey as effective, natural supplements. Zarbees All-Natural Children’s Cough Syrup includes both of those ingredients, and is safe for pregnant women and children alike. Honey soothes, while lemon also gives you a boost with Vitamin C. Together they are a winning combination. Zarbee’s Nighttime Cough and Sleep Drink, which comes in a powder form that mixes with soothing warm water, guarantees a decent night’s sleep.

Zarbee’s safe and natural remedies are a no-brainer for your kids and a revelation for pregnant moms.

Enter for a chance to win two bottles of Zarbee’s Original Cough Syrup and two boxes of Zarbee’s Nighttime Cough and Sleep Drink (Retail value: $36)!

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