Friday, December 3, 2010
Children's Chestal can help relieve coughs due to minor throat and bronchial irritation associated with the common cold. It works by loosening mucus and thinning bronchial secretions to make coughs more productive. The product has a natural honey base and contains no artificial colors of flavors. The non-drowsy formula is safe for children two and older.
I was given a bottle of Chestal to review, and luckily my children have been really healthy and have not had the need to try this product yet. I, on the other hand, have been dealing with one infection after the other since the middle of autumn! Although it is designed for children, I decided to try it out during an episode of bronchitis. The taste of honey was very strong, in fact it kind of felt as though I was drinking straight honey. The thickness of the syrup even reminded me of it. I was absolutely thrilled, however, at how well it worked. My bronchitis was really bad and after about 15 minutes of taking a dose my cough was under control! When my children get the inevitable cold this year I know I am prepared having Chestal in my cabinet!
Buy it here: You can buy Chestal from local pharmacies. Click here for some money saving coupons! Amazon also sells Chestal products.
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Posted by Jamie Z at 8:12 PM