Monday, April 6, 2015

Voice Remedy And Cold Remedy Review

I've blogged more than a time or two about how I suffer from really bad allergies. Sometimes they get so aggravated that I loose my voice. At times I get bronchitis that flares up from allergies and asthma. 

So far this season I've only had 2 bad days. It's been windy, so you'd think I would be worse off than I am. 

Yesterday I was at my Aunt's house all day. She has 2 cats. I was feeling a little out of it by the end of the day. My voice was feeling it to. 

Luckily I got Sprouts Voice Remedy to review. 


About:

Sprouts Voice Remedy is designed to relieve Hoarseness in a safe, natural way. By reducing inflammation, getting rid of stubborn phlem and opening the nasal passage. Sprouts Voice Remedy has been proven to produce a voice that is smooth and clear and helps you getting back the ring in your voice.
  • Opens the nasal passage.
  • Lubricates and moistens the vocal cords.
  • Enables the voice to be smooth and clear.
  • Ideal for singers, speakers, teachers, telemarketers.
Serving Size:

Shake well before using. 25 drops once, or twice a day with food. Each dose lasts 12 hours. There are 59 servings per bottle. 

Cost: 

It's kind of pricy, but it's not full of things that will in the end make you feeling worse, or resistant to it working at all because your body gets so used to it.
 
It's $59.99, but it's on sale for $27.49. I think it's a great cost for something that makes you better naturally.

Ingredients: 
  • Slippery Elm Bark-has a soothing and healing effect on any part of the body. It is extremely soothing for inflamed mucus membranes in the throat. It soothes inflamed, irritated mucus from inside of your mouth all the way through.
  • Fennel Seed-helps break up chest congestion and reduces inflammation. It is also helpful in clearing the lungs from mucus and phlegm.
  • Fresh Horseradish Root-is an expectorant that relieves nasal and sinus congestion.
  • Thyme Herb-eliminates mucus from the lungs and respiratory passages, facilitates breathing, opens the nasal passage, and breaks up congestion.
  • Celery Seed-relieves muscle spasms and reduces inflammation.
  • Horehound Herb-is a powerful expectorant that relieves lung congestion, decreases thickness and increases fluidity of mucus in the bronchial tubes and lungs.
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Deionized Water
It's made in a GMP Certified Facility, but has not been evaluated by the FDA.

I hate when I'm teaching, and I loose my voice. It's hard being a mom, and have that happen to. Warm tea with honey helps, but Sprouts Voice Remedy will help more. I've actually had to have a co-worker give my lectures in the past because I can't talk. I now know when I have little to no voice to act on it right away. Of course if I get really bad I have to see a doctor. I might as well be preventative if at all possible!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. 

5 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Every single time I get sick, I lose my voice. I had no idea there was anything I could do for it.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I think I've only lost my voice once, and it was a real pita! Nice to know there is something that helps should it happen again!

~ Noelle said...

I never lose my voice all the way... I bet there are lots of people that wish I would though :)

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I see it has horehound in it. We used to use that when I was a kid.

Holly E said...

I have never heard of this brand, but I would love to try their products. My allergies have been horrible this year and these would come in handy.

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