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Back to School with Ludens and Chloraseptic




Hi Neighbors!

I don't know about your family, but I have a couple of family members who have allergy problems.  And with the allergies comes throat irritation.  So when Chloraseptic and Luden's offered to let us try a couple of products we jumped at the chance.

My oldest son has a problem with his sinuses draining in his throat.  Sometimes it makes his voice scratchy, and other times he ends up with a sore throat.  Chloraseptic warming, is perfect for him.  It can help on those days when it seems to be getting out of hand.

Hot Tea On the Go:
Chloraseptic®, the #1 pharmacist-recommended brand for sore throat relief, is expanding its leading line of sore throat sprays with the introduction of a new kind of relief, just in time for back to school cold and sore throat season.  Chloraseptic’s® new Warming Sore Throat Spray,referred to as “hot tea on the go,” is the latest innovation to America’s #1 line of throat pain relief staples.  Like all Chloraseptic® products, it provides immediate relief of sore throat discomfort, with the added benefit of a warm and soothing feeling.

Then, one of my daughters has quite a bit of a problem with sneezing, coughing, and other allergy symptoms. The Luden's Moisture Drops work great in this type of situation.  Not to mention she likes the Kiwi Strawberry flavor.  My problem will be keeping her from eating them like candy!


Luden's Moisture Drops:
“Most of the population experiences dry mouth occasionally,” says Dr. Daniel A Hussar, Remington Professor of Pharmacy at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.  “If it persists, dry mouth can lead to further issues such as dental problems.  A product such as Luden’s® Moisture Drops can be helpful if dry mouth should arise.  If the problem becomes chronic, it would be a good idea to check with your pharmacist,” he said.

So as you begin thinking back to school, fall weather, and allergies, start thinking Chloraseptic Warming and Luden's Moisture Drops.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive samples of Chloraseptic and Luden's for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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