Christine Koh

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I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Airborne

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When I feel a cold coming I bring on the immune system boosters with brute force, so it was fortuitous that we were testing Airborne last week, when the chaos of prepping for the art show was getting to me.

Airborne's primary product line boosts immune systems at the onset of cold symptoms or before entering germy environments. A couple of days before the show I started getting sick; I dosed up on Airborne, forced myself into bed early, and thankfully was back on track the next day. The quick dissolving adult tablets come in orange, lemon-lime, and pink grapefruit and as someone who prefers to drink water throughout the day, I’d just suggest diluting the tablet in more than the recommended “small amount of water” to tone down the sweetness. Airborne also now offers immune system boosting Power Pixies for kids 4-12 (no water needed, just pour on the tongue like the original pixie sticks candy).
One of my product testers (who requires regular allergy shots) also tested Airborne Seasonal Relief (shown), a non-drowsy formula that works to promote normal histamine levels. She reports: “Airborne had a surprisingly pleasant lemony flavor with a hint of Tang behind it. Totally drinkable. As far as how well it works, it brought both me and a co-worker out of our sneezing fits the other day. It was especially cool to see how fast it worked with my co-worker since he doesn't need allergy shots like I do. He went to CVS [to get more] and they were sold out. I give Airborne a thumbs up!”

If you can’t find Airborne at your local pharmacy, follow the product links above to purchase from drugstore.com.


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