Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges Review

Posted: January 20, 2014 in Reviews
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All of our family with the exception of Dink just finished recovering from a bad cold that gave you a cough and made you feel very fatigued. This particular cold effects your chest and then moves from your chest to your head and then for some of us, on to your stomach. For the first couple days, it’s respiratory, then for the next few days, your head feels bad, and for the rest of the illness your stomach hurts. It takes about a week for the cough to go away after you’re done being sick.

If you’re wondering why I just described the cold that we got, it’s because we’d like to mention Thayer’s Slippery Elm Lozenges, a product that we found helpful for our throats. My throat, in particular, was bothering me because I was coughing a lot. The term “lozenge” is just a fancy word for tablet. These lozenges are very popular among singers because they help to soothe your throat. None of us are singers, but they are still handy to have when you have a sore or irritated throat. We have Natural Cherry Flavor, but this product is also available in Original, Pure Maple Sugar, and Natural Tangerine Flavor. They are preservative-free, menthol-free, gluten-free, and vegan.

One might think from the name of this product, that the lozenges are slippery. Actually, these tablets have a rather powdery consistency, which can also be described as chalky. Some people dislike this texture, but we think that it is nice. Also, some people don’t like the taste of these tablets but again, we like the flavor, which is pretty subtle by the way. These lozenges are not like some other lozenges on the market that basically taste like cherry candy. These don’t taste like cherry at all. They really don’t taste like anything. The main thing is, we thought that these tablets did a lot to help soothe our throats. That’s what we got them for and they work. On a scale from one to ten I would rate them a ten. If you want to try these, you can purchase by clicking this link.

by John

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