And the winner (chosen by Random.org) is #3………Awake!! Congratulations! Be watching for an email asking for your shipping information. Thanks everybody!
As we’re going into cold and flu season, I’m looking for any way that we can help keep Jenna healthy and germ-free! The other day, I came across an ad for a product called Sinupret® in a parenting magazine. Sinupret® has been used and trusted by moms in Europe for 35 years and is now available in the U.S. It’s an herbal, dietary supplement that promotes respiratory and immune system health.
Sinupret® is suggested for children aged 2-5. Here are the ingredients:
Ingredients: 880mg – European Elder, Common Sorrel, Cowslip, European Vervain, Gentian. Other Ingredients: water, maltitol, ethyl alcohol, cherry flavor. Contains 0.56 ml ethyl alcohol per serving. Gluten-free.
Dr. Sears, a leading pediatrician and supporter of Sinupret®, has written an article on how to keep your children healthy the natural way this winter. He talks about the FDA ban on children’s cough medicines, the problems with current cough and cold meds, and how to provide your child relief if they do become ill this winter. You can read his article at Health News Digest. You can also read here to learn what Dr. Sears and other doctors have to say specifically about Sinupret®.
The scientist in me loves the fact that Sinupret® has been the subject of multiple randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials for efficacy and safety on more than 3,000 patients, and that Sinupret® is cited as safe and effective in several medical journals such as the Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Plant Medica, the Pharmacists’s Letter for Efficacy and Safety and the American Council Guide to Herbs. Sinupret® does not contain stimulants, caffeine, ephedra or pseudoephedrine, and has no history of dangerous side effects. Bionorica, the company that produces Sinupret®, also practices sustainable principles that you can read more about here.
You should always check with your child’s physician before administering any supplement or over-the-counter medication, especially if your child has a history of allergies or is taking any other medications or supplements.
Giveaway! The makers of Sinupret® are offering one PsychMamma reader the chance to win a prize package which includes:
- Dr. Sears’ book The Healthiest Kids in the Neighborhood
- A sample of Sinupret®
- Cute, yellow children’s binoculars
- Sinupret® for Kids activity books
- A $3 off coupon for Sinupret®
- Sinupret® for Kids stickers
To enter this giveaway, leave a comment on this post. Any comment is fine, but I’d love to hear one method that you use to keep your kids and your family healthy during cold and flu season. One extra entry for posting a comment at Twitter about this giveaway & review, then commenting (in a separate comment) here with the URL of your tweet. If you don’t use Twitter, you can email your friends and include me in the email (psychmamma(at)hotmail(dot)com) and leave an additional comment here telling me that you did it. Please leave separate comments for each entry opportunity in order to receive full credit. Contest ends at 6 p.m. EST on Monday, December 8. Comments that don’t follow the posted instructions will be deleted. One winner will be chosen via random number generator. The winner must provide a valid email address and respond to prize notification within 3 days. After 3 days, your prize will be forfeited and another winner will be notified. Contest is open to all readers.