Soothe A Sore Throat: Cold and Flu Natural Remedy

Soothe A Sore Throat: Cold and Flu Natural Remedy

Patients often ask me how to soothe a sore throat with a natural remedy. During cold and flu season, a sore throat can really put the brakes on at work and at home. Read this article and learn about this amazing immune system boot in a throat spray.

Hi everyone, I’m Dr. Kristen Haabala, and I’m the creator of Raw Natural Products.

Cold and Flu Medicine: A Natural Remedy

Today, I’d like to share with you a product I’ve created called Defense. This is an immune system boosting throat spray that can soothe a sore throat, designed to help heal colds and flues.

Elderberry is one of the most clinically studied natural remedy for colds and flues.

make a batch of this powerful, elderberry throat spray!

An Immune System Boost In A Throat Spray

Defense also has several different essential oils and herbs in it that are designed to kill bacteria, viruses, and fungal infections on contact. If you spray it in the back of your throat, not only will it help you get over your cold or flu, but you’ll get over it faster! You can use this at the onset of a cold or prevention anytime throughout the cold and flu season to help prevent catching the bug from other people. Defense is safe to be used every day, all-year round.

You can keep it in your purse or in your car to freshen up your mouth after eating or being around people who are carrying a bug you don’t want to catch! Defense is a perfect, all-natural solution to the cold and flu season.

"Got this as a gift from my friend. Completely skeptical, but gotta say, I’ve started feeling a touch sick a few times and have used the spray religiously for a few days and my body was able to fight it off." 

~Jennifer S. ~ Minnesota, USA

Whether it's cold and flu season where you are or if you're just planning ahead, you can learn more about and Order your bottle of Defense, the perfect natural remedy to soothe a sore throat. Click Here | Learn more


Add Comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.