I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Zarbee’s Naturals. I received a promotional item and a product sample as a thank you for participating. 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. As a reminder, Zarbee’s Naturals Seasonal Relief is intended for children 12 years of age and above.
My daughter is a very active teen. She loves to be outdoors all hours of the day taking photographs of nature. Sometimes though, she gets congested. Thankfully, Zarbee’s Naturals is a great solution for that congestion.
Not only does she love taking photographs of nature, but she also loves to get together with her friends from church and play basketball. When the congestion and seasonal suffering hit, her head can feel like a big balloon. However, using the Zarbee’s Seasonal Relief helps her to have healthier respiratory health.
Zarbee’s Naturals is made with natural Butterbur to help combat congestion. Usually, we pair it with honey tea and natural throat lozenges when she is feeling a bit under the weather.
This year has been rough already. She has been outside more, and because of that, we are having to fight off seasonal congestion a littler earlier than normal. She and I stopped by our local CVS the other day and stocked up for the season on our favorite seasonal relief product.
Zarbee’s Naturals’ Seasonal Relief is available over the counter at CVS and Target and is intended for children 12 years of age and over.
Have you been taking Zarbee’s? If so, visit the Seasonal Relief Project website to share how Zarbee’s Naturals’ Seasonal Relief with Butterbur worked for you and the brand will donate to four causes that support exposure to and the protection of fresh air, including Fresh Air Fund, Children & Nature Network, and Moms Clean Air Force, and Healthy Child Healthy World.
To receive your own customized seasonal congestion tips as well as sign up for a product sample, visit the Zarbee’s Naturals website today.
How do you combat seasonal suffering?