2013 has been the year of the head cold for our household! We have the kids in church nursery for the first time and as a result they pick up coughs and colds to bring with us. We just finished up round number 2 of fevers and runny noses and Sweet T and I still have a lingering cough. I’m a weenie when it comes to being sick and head straight for the medicine cabinet at the first sign of a sniffle. What’s to be done for the little ones though? They don’t have as many options as adults when it comes to medication.Thankfully, Little Remedies has developed a way to effectively treat your child (ages newborn to 11) with as few ingredients as possible.
Little Remedies For Fevers Infant Fever/Pain Reliever contains no artificial flavors or colors; no alcohol; no saccharin and no gluten. In addition to the “less is more” ingredient philosophy, this Little Remedies product uses the AccuSafe dosing system. It’s the very first children’s medicine brand to to do so! Simply use the provided syringe, attach it to the flow restrictor on the bottle, invert the bottle and pull back on the syringe to extract the correct dosing amount. Can you tell this product was invented by a parent?
Little Remedies For Colds Honey Elixir is a natural alternative to traditional cough syrup. Made with great tasting honey to soothe coughs and sore throats naturally, the product is safe for toddlers 12 months or older. Like Little Remedies For Fevers, Little Remedies For Colds includes no artificial flavors or colors, no saccharin, alcohol, dyes or gluten.
How have you and your family weathered cold season so far? Can you use some Little Remedies at your house right now?
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