Win a Bottle of Boiron Chestal Honey Cough Syrup

For most of the country, the winter this year was brutal. Sadly, more winter days mean more chances to catch the cold and flu season. And one of the most annoying symptoms of the season—the dreaded cough—causes more than 30 million doctor visits each year.

Unfortunately, I had to deal with an annoying cough this winter, after I don’t know how many years of not even getting sick at all. I blame it on being in the hospital for my baby’s birth in late December! Thankfully I was prepared with some Boiron Chestal Honey cough syrup. (Disclosure: I actually already had some Chestal in my medicine cabinet but Boiron USA gave me a bottle of Chestal for this product review.)

I’ve been a real fan of Chestal for years because instead of working against the body as a suppressant, Chestal works naturally with the body to improve the productivity of all types of common coughs. The natural goodness of honey in Chestal coats and soothes the throat, while the blend of homeopathic medicines loosens chest congestion, thereby making coughs more productive for a speedier recovery. Best of all, the honey makes this cough syrup taste good.

Chestal is the perfect cough syrup for both day and night—calming those dry, fitful coughs at bedtime so they don’t prevent sleep, but without drowsy side effects for the day. There’s also a Children’s Chestal for your kids ages 2 & up.

Check out more information and testimonials from fellow consumers and health care professionals at

Now here’s the best part: I’m giving away a bottle of Chestal (either Adult or Children’s version)! Please e-mail me or reply to this post with a reason why you want to try Chestal and I’ll randomly pick someone. The folks at Boiron USA will then mail you your full size bottle.

What do you have to lose? It’s definitely worth trying!

Good luck!

Non-Drowsy · Dye-Free · No Drug Interactions · Works Naturally with Your Body

Children's Chestal by Boiron: visit

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