I felt the magic of swiss herbs in Ricola Herb & Throat drops as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. #RicolaCrowd #SwissHerbs
When it comes to changing of the seasons, Florida is tricky. I live in Miami where it’s “summer” ten months out of the year, even when it’s technically Fall or Winter in other regions. Instead of experiencing seasons in the same way as the Northeast and Midwest, we tend to be hot, then warm, until one day we wake up and it’s NOT – and by “not” I mean it hits 69 degrees and we’re freezing cold. Even then, that day doesn’t come around until late January. This weather pattern lulls you into a false sense of security. It’s easy to forget that with fall comes full blown cold and flu season, when it’s 80 degrees and you’re hanging out on the beach in December and January!
The next thing you know, people around you are starting to get the sniffles and you panic a little. Did I get my flu vaccine yet this year? Have I stocked up on cold and flu season essentials? Where are my Ricola lozenges?! That’s about the time I start stockpiling them like a squirrel. In my travel bag, my glove compartment box, the office, and my nightstand.
This year I’ll be keeping the new Ricola Herbal Immunity lozenges too!
Ricola Herbal Immunity lozenges were developed by master herbalists in one of the world’s healthiest (and happiest!) countries — Switzerland! They’re made to help you stay well by supporting immune systems.
They come in two varieties:
- Ricola Herbal Immunity Honey Herb Lozenges
- Ricola Herbal Immunity Citrus Herb Lozenges
Ricola Herbal Immunity products will be available early September (just in time for Fall and cold and flue season!) at CVS, Walgreens, and Rite-Aid stores nationwide. Make sure to keep some in your purse too, they’re individual wrapped and sealed so you can keep them anywhere!
Other Tips To Help Boost Your Immune System
- Get plenty of sleep.
- Manage your stress.
My favorite methods include working out, meditation and when all else fails, a day at the ocean.
- Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds, which will provide your body with the nutrients your immune system needs.
Well, vitamin C. But no good Floridian would consider getting it any other way. 😉
- Soak up the sunshine.
Sunlight triggers the skin’s production of vitamin D and helps fight off respiratory infection.
- Good Ole’ Fashion Soup
Soup is a great way to pack in a ton of veggies and protein into a wholesome, delicious meal. Use a crockpot to make it even easier and stress free (see number #2 )
You can learn more about Ricola® Swiss Herbs here, and don’t forget to follow along on social media!