Monday, November 17, 2008

Airborne Will Keep You Healthy During this Cough and Cold Season

The good news is my little girl is starting to feel much better. She has not slowed down one bit. It would appear that she is going to be one of those people who will deny that they are feeling sick and walk right through it. That is great except I wish it would translate to the nights when she likes to wake us up.

For the most part the cough is almost gone. Thanks to all the great suggestions I received, it looks like chicken soup and lots of liquids have won out as the best treatments for our little girl. She is even back in school with all the other little cold monsters, building up her immune system.

There is something that we discovered during this season that seems to be working. There is a great product that was designed by a grade school teacher called Airborne. It is an all natural tablet that dissolves in liquid that you take before you head out to somewhere you may get exposed to germs etc. Basically, that means everywhere.

The wife and I have been downing the drinks periodically and for the first time in several years, we have not picked up our little girl's colds. I am glad I can share this information with you while at the same time I feel like I may be jinxing us. Hopefully I will not be writing to you next week with a 104 fever cursing ever discussing this.

If you are looking for a great defense against the flu this season and prefer to try and stay natural, try out Airborne. It seems to be working great. It is also highly recommended for long airplane trips and other situations where you are locked into being around a large group of strangers for extended periods of time. If you are one of those people who just don't get sick, well good for you. Maybe you should be selling off parts of your DNA or perhaps you are completely in denial. In any event, different things work for different people and this seems to be working for us. Apparently there was a little controversy about it in the past regarding a claim that it cures the common cold but you would have to be a little dense to buy into that. I don't really care as long as it does the trick for me and so far so good.

Try out Airborne. If a grade school teacher came up with it, you know it has to be pretty good stuff to withstand the kinds of things she had been exposed to. You'll probably hear about it being used by NASA soon.

1 comment:

Tiffiney said...

I have heard of Airborne but never tried it..might have to check that out...glad your child is feeling better! :)