By: Ashley: This is her experience with Cold-EEZE your experience my differ!
If you’d like to talk about hilarious coincidences in timing, I’ve got one for you and it involves the new Cold-EEZE Homeopathic Spray. Just a few days before Christmas, I was with my son in his room when the music turned a little eerie, everything froze, and a deep booming voice said “You’re getting sick.” Okay, so maybe it wasn’t exactly like that, but if it was a commercial, it would have been. The next part is even better. The mailman came to my door carrying a package. As I grabbed a tissue to catch a sneeze on the way to the door, I accepted my fate. I ripped into the package from the mailman and what did I find? New Cold-EEZE Oral Spray was in my hands just waiting to help fight my sickness. Talk about timing, right?
Cold-EEZE (you might know as lozenges) now comes in a handy spray. This homeopathic treatment helped me combat the common cold, at least I felt like it did. It contains zinc gluconate which is the same active ingredient in the #1 pharmacist recommended Cold-EEZE Lozenges. The Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Organization also gave Cold-EEZE its seal of approval.
Back to my movie-esque story… I can honestly say that I used Cold-Eeze Oral Spray and my horrible cold (head congestion, mild fever, achiness, headache, sore throat, THE WORKS) did not last as long as my colds usually do. I have to admit that I only used the spray 3 times as the taste just wasn’t for me. I honestly think that Cold-EEZE Oral Spray is what helped me get my last minute shopping finished, Christmas Eve dinner on the table, and actually enjoy some of Christmas with my family.
After trying Cold-EEZE Oral Spray when I actually had a cold, and seeing (better yet, feeling) the results for myself, I would definitely recommend it to a friend… like all of the MomStart readers.
Disclosure – A product was provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the writing of this review; however, opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.
Ashley has a background in teaching Kindergarten and working with children K through 8th grade. She is now a SAHM and active with our local MOMS Club chapter. She writes her own blog at Momicles.