Grocery List To Survive Flu and Cold Season

It’s that time of year again. The time for runny noses, sore throats, and midnight coughing fits. You guessed it, cold and flu season. If Christmas is the best season of the year, cold and flu season is the worst. That’s why it’s important to be well prepared. With an ounce of prevention and the right remedies, your family can survive cold and flu season. Here’s what you need:

  • Apple Cider vinegar, lemon juice, and honey. Mix these with hot water or your favorite tea when you feel even the least bit of a sore throat. You’ll find it soothing, packed with vitamin C and a great preventive mix.
  • Throat lozenges. For quick relief on the run.
  • Chicken noodle soup. It’s the perfect cold and flu comfort food. Buy it pre-made or buy all the ingredients to make it yourself including, but not limited to: chicken, chicken stock or bouillon, noodles, carrot, celery, and potato.
  • Ginger in any form. It helps with stomach upsets. You can get it whole, powered, in capsules, as tea; it’s up to you really.
  • Tissues. You definitely want to stock up on these.
  • Table salt. Add a small amount of table salt to warm water and gargle. The salt will help to disinfect your throat and sooth soreness.
  • Finally, the secret weapon: Maty’s. If you haven’t heard of Maty’s, they are incredible. Maty’s was started not by Maty, but by Maty’s mom after traditional medicine didn’t work for her girl. Maty’s mom turned to the inherent wisdom of another –Mother Nature– to create pure, whole food-based formulas. Recipes from simpler times that are even more effective today. All of their products are dairy free, gluten free, alcohol-free, and are not tested on animals. They have a huge range of amazing products (which my family loves!) including All Natural and Organic Cough Syrups (including Children’s Cough Syrups), All Natural Baby Chest Rub, and All Natural Acid Indigestion Relief. Seriously, do not be coughing without a healthy stock of these when cold and flu season hits full force, they will change your life!

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Disclaimer: I have teamed up with Maty’s in support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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One Response

  1. Maty’s products sound wonderful for our baby grandson and even for us adults. I’m glad to learn about them from your review, but also I have a question because this article was under your
    Current Giveaways, although I don’t see a place to enter if it is a giveaway?
    Thanks for clarifying for me, either way.

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