gallamore west: Easy Ways to Find Relief from Your Cold

Monday, November 17, 2014

Easy Ways to Find Relief from Your Cold

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Ever since my Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup saved me from an oncoming cold last year,  I've been a serious believer in the miracle healing powers of homemade soups.  But sometimes you need more ways than soup to find relief from a cough and/or cold.  That's where some of my favorite cold relief products come in handy. If someone you love is sick, it's easy to show them you care with this "Get Well Soon" basket filled with my favorite cold relief products, a mason jar full of my Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, plus tea and a mug.

My husband was coming down with a "man cold" this weekend so I ran to Walgreens with my coupons in hand because during November you can save up to $10 on Pfizer products with your Walgreen's coupon booklet (available in-store and online).  

Here are some of the coupons that saved me $ on my shopping trip.  You can pick up this November Savings Book right when you walk in the front door at your neighborhood Walgreens. 

 I looooove this new Vanilla Mint flavor Chapstick.

Put your Cold Relief products in a cute basket, add in a jar of my Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with a cute tag tied on {come back tomorrow morning for the recipe!}, plus some hot tea and a mug ...

and you've got yourself an affordable and truly thoughtful "Get Well Soon" basket for someone you love.

You can find these great Pfizer products in the Cold & Flu aisle near the pharmacy at your local Walgreens.

Find more information about Pfizer products here.  And here's to a healthy, happy Winter season full of soup and free from Winter colds! xoxo 

1 comment:

Andrea Kruse said...

What a great gift basket idea! I wouldn't mind getting one of those the next time I am sick. #client


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