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Pine Bros Makes Great Stocking Stuffers this Holiday Season


It is that time of year when the flu bugs and colds are more frequent.  In our home we try to prevent them but if we do end up with a scratchy throat or cough Pine Bros is our go to cough remedy.  They are great little drops that really help to ease a soar throat.  They come in four flavors wild cherry, natural honey, licorice, and lemon lime.  My personal favorite is wild cherry.


The wild cherry has a very full flavor.  I like that they are not really hard like most cough drops they are softer and kinda chewy.  I am less likely to chomp into it like a traditional drop.  They are sugar free which is nice so I’m not getting all the sugar you get in other brands and they really do help.


If you like honey then the natural honey is great.  Has vitamin C in it to help prevent and reduce the symptoms of your flu or cold.  They taste good and are a great option if you are suffering from a sore throat.

These are also great to throw in a stocking.  My kids are always looking for cough drops and Pine Bros is one of their favorites.  I like to gift practical things as well as fun things so these are a great option cause we use these drops all year round.

You can find out more about Pine Bros on their Website!

You can also find Wild Cherry at Harris Teeter, Harmon, ShopRite, and Vitamin C Orange  at Kinney Drug

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