Here in Georgia, it’s finally stopped raining and the sun has come out. Hooray! That means my family has been spending more time outside walking the dog, doing yard work, and eating dinner outside in the evenings. The kids are back to school, which means outdoor recess, PE and football practice for Nathan. Unfortunately, all this outdoor time comes with a price. This is what I’ve been hearing from my family recently:
“Hun, boy my eyes are burning. It’s driving me crazy!”
“Mom, I keep coughing. Everyone at school is coughing, too.”
“Mom, I feel all stuffed up. And I keep sneezing.”
After determining everyone wasn’t coming down with a cold or an eye infection, I figured it was seasonal allergies considering the pollen count has gone sky high. That’s why I’m glad that I was given samples of Zarbee's Seasonal Relief for my family to try out. (Note: Seasonal Relief is for adults and children 12 years and older.)
It’s made with a clinically proven ingredient called Butterbur Ze 339, which until recently has only been available in Switzerland. I had heard about butterbur before from a friend who takes it for her migraines. However, Butterbur Ze 339 is used to treat seasonal allergies, so don’t get the two confused. In clinical studies, Butterbur Ze 339 was effective at easing congestion and the effects of seasonal pollen. (Zarbee’s is also working with the medical writers at WebMD to publish data showing the efficacy of Butterbur Ze 339.)
What I like about Zarbee's Seasonal Relief is that unlike other over the counter allergy medicines that you may take, it contains no drugs or other ingredients that will knock you or your kids out. Zarbee's Seasonal Relief is also non-habit forming, contains no diphenhydramine, and is completely PA-safe.
Zarbee's Seasonal Relief will be available at Target and CVS nationwide in August 2013, and sells for $8.99 on the Zarbee’s website.
ZarBee’s Seasonal Relief is the first ever natural and clinically proven product that helps with seasonal pollen and congestion relief. Click here to learn how to get your free sample of the new Seasonal Remedies.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ZarBee's. The opinions and text are all mine.