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Cold and flu season is here and in my house, we like to be prepared for the season ahead! There’s nothing worse than coming down with a cold and having to get back out to get medicine and tea. Every year, I like to prepare a kit, a readiness kit packed with everything I need in case of a sudden cold or flu symptoms so I headed out to Walmart.
The first thing in my kit is Bigelow Cozy Chamomile Tea. This tea is such an easy way to unwind from a stressful day but it also helps to soothe your body through a cold or flu. It’s a must-have at anytime of year but especially, this time of year. Bigelow Tea is a family owned, American made tea and it is amazing.
In side of my kit, there are Halls Cough Drops, another essential to surviving the cold and flu season. In fact, I’ve already gone through one whole bag this season. I love the soothing effects Halls Cough Drops have on my sore throat and they also help fight coughs which is something I always seem to get when I get a cold.
I have quite a few things in my go-to kit for the cold and flu season including Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup, Kleenex and crackers. All essentials for when you’re feeling under the weather. Around here, we always prepare for storm season with items like batteries, a radio and flashlights. Why not prepare for the cold an flu season too? Now, you won’t be caught off guard and you’ll be armed with the best of the best with Bigelow Tea and Halls Cough Drops.
I’ve got my bag loaded and ready! Of course, I did decide that I could not wait until I was ill to enjoy a cup of Cozy Chamomile Bigelow Tea. So yummy and relaxing!
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You put all the right things in your go-to cold kit! And I agree, putting together a kit is a great idea. The worst thing is feeling ill and then realizing you have to go to the store to get these things. #client