I awoke the other morning with typical allergy or cold symptoms - runny nose. I used my allergy meds. About four hours later the sore throat kicked in. I thought, well, today is the day to try the Sprouts Cold Remedy because this seems to be more than allergies. So I used two droppers full of the drops in a teaspoon. I took it straight. A bit strong tasting but I washed it down with a bit of water. So far, 8 hours later I really do feel better. No sore throat. I will repeat this tomorrow and see how things go.
The next day I felt a little cold still so I used the Sprouts Cold Remedy, 2 droppers of it in a couple ounces of water (tastes better this way). On the third day I felt just a bit of cold left, so one more dose of Cold Remedy. Later on day three, I felt as though I had no cold at all.
So either I had a very short lived cold or this helped. Echinacea is suppose to be a good for you herb, so I felt that this is most likely a product that can help and can't hurt.
What I like..... ....
- Ingredients - See the Echinacea, that is what our local doctor mentioned. Maybe he is on to something!
- Made in a GMP Certified Facility (Good Manufacturing Practices) means they have demonstrated strong regulatory commitment and compliance to international GMP standards.
- Kof k Kosher Certified
- Simple, easy to understand ingredients.
Product Description (from Sprouts Cold Remedy)Sprouts Cold Remedy is a blend of herbs containing anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties that help the body resist and kill unwanted foreign substances which prevents the virus from attacking cells. It boosts the immune system and keeps the virus from multiplying. In addition, it helps to loosen and expel phlegm from the lungs; and stimulates circulation and reduces inflammation. For those seeking sore throat remedies, this remedy has been proven to accelerate a healing effect and to alleviate the soreness and irritation within hours.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary product to facilitate this review. Opinions are my own. This is a sponsored post.