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Kids Relief Allergy Oral Solution Review and #Giveaway

        When my kids get sick, I tend to feel helpless.  I try to make them as comfortable as I can.  However, because all three of my children are completely different when it comes to taking medicines and even getting sick, I have to treat them each differently when they do get sick.  Unfortunately, my children have inherited my terrible immune system and allergies.  So when I was given the opportunity to review Kids Relief Allergy Oral Solution, I was definitely on board.

        Kids Relief Allergy Oral Solution is homeopathic formula which you can easily (and obviously) give to your child orally.  It "helps relieve nasal congestion, sneezing, tearing eyes and itchy eyes, ears, throat and skin."  Note that this product is safe to use for children over 2 years of age.

        Because this year has been terrible for allergies, I was happy to have this on hand.  Dane is ridiculous about taking medication of any kind so I did have a hard time giving this one to him when he got the sniffles and red eyes.  Declan, on the other hand was very happy to give it a try, especially because of the banana flavor.  He has since first trying it decided this was his medicine.  It is the only thing he will take when he is sick but I never have to fight him on it.
        I love that this formula contains no dyes or sugar as my children have an adverse reaction to those types of ingredients.  This product worked well for Declan for sure (he even asked for more).  I only wish I could have given it to Dane, who since he has a hard time with allergies too.

Price/Available to Purchase: $Varies Store Locator
Recommendation:  I believe in the quality and the quickness that this product brings relief.  It is definitely worth the money knowing that your little one will not suffer with allergy symptoms for very long.  This is a must have in the medicine cabinet during Spring/Fall seasons.
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Giveaway:  Kids Relief is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Kids Relief Allergy Oral Solution to try of their own!

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14 comments:

  1. My little one loves to be held when they aren't feeling good. I just forget everything I should be doing and hold them. I try to remember there will come a day when they won't want m to hold them!

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  2. I try to help my nieces with some chicken soup and a nice story telling

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  3. Late last fall my grandson had a really bad cold that all the kids at the daycare he goes to had. Grandma rocked and sang to him until he fell a sleep. His nose was running so bad with that cold, I felt so sorry for him-

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  4. This past Christmas my husband and I bought my brother a keurig 2.0 coffee maker. I would like it if you ran a few giveaways every now and then for the K-cups that work with that machine. The new machine can read the tops of the K-cups now, so they have to be for that new style of machine. (thanks)

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  5. when my girls are ill i give lots of hugs, liquids and medicine when directed. i check there temperature every 30 min - 1 hr since there little. never give them milk or it will curddle up in there tummies and regurgitate it back out.

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  6. Steam, love, hugs, and a call to the DR if necessary

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  7. I help my preschooler with honey/lemon tea and probiotics.

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  8. Medicine and cuddles under a warm blanket

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  9. I have my child take a steamy shower .

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  10. I hold them and cuddle them and give them something to make them feel better.

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  11. We read a wonderful book together.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  12. When my little ones are sick the first thing I do is to tuck them into their beds with their special get well blanket my mom had made for me when I was a little girl. I then give them plenty of water, juice and soup and if they have a cold I rub their chests with Vicks.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  13. Chicken soup and chamomile tea.

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  14. With lots and lots of me and her time. When my little one is down and sick, she tends to just want to be right by me and just sit together all day. I leave everything else be for the day or two and just sit around with her and watch tv and we relax unless everything passes.....mind you of course, if medicine is needed, she definitely gets medicine to help along!

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