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Children’s Chestal Review

When it comes to my children’s health, I always prefer to use the most natural path whenever possible. Children’s Chestal Honey Homeopathic Cough Syrup is created to “relieve coughs and loosen chest congestion.” I like that it is regulated as a drug and is listed as safe for children two years and older by the FDA.

In the past, I have had success using homeopathic remedies and natural products in combination with my child’s prescription asthma medications. My children have recently started to attend a home school co-op and unfortunately the side effect has been increased colds including cough. I gave my boys the appropriate dose of Children’s Chestal Homeopathic Cough Syrup and they both really liked the taste of soothing honey. There was no detectable “medicine” taste. I observed that it was very effective in making their coughs more productive at night and they fell asleep more peacefully than the previous night when I didn’t use Children’s Chestal Homeopathic Cough Syrup. My daughter’s severe asthma is triggered by even a simple virus but I didn’t give her a dose of the Children’s Chestal syrup until I took it with us to the pediatrician the next day and he gave us the “go ahead.” She said that it made her “lungs feel better” and I noticed she had a more “manageable” cold than usual.

Children’s Chestal is made by Boiron which has been a leader in homeopathy for over 75 years. To learn more about Children’s Chestal visit the Boiron USA site.

*I was not financially compensated for this review. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. We found this review opportunity on The Product Review Place.*

Maureen

Maureen is a SAHM who left the Corporate healthcare field to home educate her 6, 7 and 8 year old children. She is a voracious reader for both herself & her kids and also enjoys a natural and organic lifestyle. She lives in Orlando, Fl with her husband Mark, three children and 5 year old boxer, Jack.

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