Herb Pharm Super Echinacea Giveaway

PhotobucketCongratulation, Liz of Missouri, winner of the Super Echinacea giveaway!

With the Bloggy Carnival winding down to its final couple of days, I knew I couldn’t let the week go by without offering one of my favorite giveaway items. Super Echinacea from Herb Pharm is hands down the one item I recommend over and over to parents.  With kids getting ready for the back-to-school experience in a few weeks (I heard that sigh of relief, mom) the last thing you want them to experience is everyone else’s cold and flu.  I can’t say enough about Super Echinacea’s ability to help everyone in your family avoid and limit the power of the virus.  

Whenever anyone in my family has been exposed to a sneezing, sniffling individual, or whenever we’re going to be in a situation where our immune system may be compromised, I break out some Super Echinacea.  It’s safe for all ages, and it’s great for pregnant and nursing moms.  (Nursing moms can take it and pass the benefits onto baby.)  

If you don’t win this time around, have no fear.  dkMommy Spot loves to give out Super Echinacea, and I have a few more bottles up my sleeve.  In the meantime, you can purchase it online at the Herb Pharm site or at your local health food store for around $12 a bottle.  But now back to giving you a chance to win some sneezeless school days!

4 Ways to Enter

1.) Just leave a comment telling me something natural you do to help your family avoid cold and flu.  Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Email subscribers are entered into this and all future giveaways, for as long as their subscription is active. Just click here: Subscribe to dkMommy Spot by Email (Please make sure to verify your Feedburner subscription by responding to the email they send you. If you do not receive it, check your junk mail. Only verified subscriptions are entered for all the giveaways.)

3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post.

4.)  Yes, there is a #4 now!  It is NOT required to enter, but if you purchase something from Herb Pharm, come back and let me know.  I will throw your name in the hat again.

Feel free to do all four, and you have four entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Sunday, August 3, 2008, to enter.

Check here for other current giveaways at dkMommy Spot. 

136 thoughts on “Herb Pharm Super Echinacea Giveaway

  1. I breastfed my son until just a few months ago (he’s almost 2 1/2) and I know it helped prevent him from getting sick. Now that he’s not nursing, he eats lots of fruits and vegetables.

    Ellies last blog post..Muffin Tin Monday

  2. we try not to be too clean or sanitary, when people try and disinfect everything not only does it kill good germs, but it ruins your bodies chances of building up it’s immune system. i hardly ever get sick (maybe once every 2 years), and i don’t really do anything special.

  3. The most natural thing we do is make sure to wash our hands regularly and we try very hard to not touch our faces (eyes, mouth) during the day especially during the winter months when germs from other people are running rampant.

  4. When out and about, I try to keep my hands away from my face until I get home and wash. If a cold is coming on, we use some emergen-C, echinacea or oscillococcinum, whichever we have on hand or is easiest to find. If anyone in the house is sick, I run around like a crazy person with my disinfecting wipes cleaning doorknobs, light switches, handles-anywhere I think those germies are hiding waiting to get me next. Most importantly, stay as far away as possible from known sick people. I’m the one asking what’s wrong (to determine catagious level) when someone says they don’t feel well, or say they’ve been “sick as a dog” for however long. Some people only have a headache or menstrual cramps (lightweights, that is not sick as a dog), some have been puking for days or fighting a raging fever. There’s a difference, people! And just how sick IS a dog?

  5. my family makes sure to take alot of vitamins and drink alot of orange juice and of course washing hands and trying to keep dressed warm outside in the winter when its cold

  6. We take vitamin C, but I’m beginning to think we need something more to help boost our immune systems. I’ve never had a year where I’ve been so sick (other than pregnancy lol) until this year. :( I think part of it is not having houseplants in the house anymore. I er killed them from neglect when life got busy with little ones.

    Audra Maries last blog post..Bloggy Giveaways

  7. Very Very important to wash hands alot. Our Dr says that is what keeps her from contacting illnesses from her patients. This product sounds wonderful

  8. Lots of fluids and Vitamin C will help keep immunities up.
    REMEMBER—Echinacea is derived from a flower! If you have allergies, be very careful or consult your doctor because taking it can actually make you sick if you are allergic.

  9. We take Sambucol each and everyday…It really works!!!

    Thank you for the great giveaway!

    :)

    themonkinme(at)gmail(dot)com

  10. I have trained my 3 children and husband to constantly wash their hands and truly this helps significantly during the winter months when it is feeding ground for colds and the flu. 2 of my 3 children are in school during the day and that is where they are highly susceptible to catch the bugs. They have also been “taught” to use hand sanitizers all time, which I keep well stocked in their backpacks. Of course, we all eat very healthy to keep our immune systems strong, but usually we all get a cold or symptoms of the flu once a year! One of us gets it and then eventually the whole family gets affected!

  11. Extended breastfeeding! My kids hardly ever get sick, and when they do catch something, they always get a mild version.

  12. Something natural I do to help my family avoid the cold and flu is I dress as warm as I possibly can during the winter months and am always cleaning my hands. This is a fantastic giveaway and I really hope I win. Thanks.

  13. We drink a lot of decaf tea and we don’t forget to squeeze lemon juice in it. Adding honey to it would make it not only sweeter and tastier, but also more effective in fighting weaknesses of the immune system in the cold season.

  14. When we feel a twinge, we take echinacea, zinc, vitamin c and zicam. We also start drinking tons of fluids and sleeping with a humidifier spiked with eucalyptus.

  15. Hey! Whenever any of us feel the cold bug coming on we always take many cups of hot water with lemon, and sometimes honey for sweetening. For extra safety, we also load up on our vitamin c.
    ~love Am~

    Ambers last blog post..My good & green deed…

  16. My family has been using HerbPharm for years. At the slightest inclination of a cold: sniffles, runny nose, scratchy throat…we head to the cabinet and get our tincture. A few drops of Children’s Herbal and Children’s Winter Health Compound, several times a day, for a few days usually nips all cold symptoms in the bud. In our house, we try to stop colds in their tracks. We have seven kids and if anyone gets sick, it lasts a few months as the germs circulate over and over through our household. Asthma and allergies also plague us. Herb Pharm helps keep us cold free most of the year. When we’re not sick, we use some of the tincture about once every couple weeks to keep our immune system boosted. Amongst our friends, we are usually germ free, or have VERY mild colds, compared to the awful stories I hear from friends and acquaintances. We recently stocked up on our desired tinctures from our local health food store. We keep stocked up because of the winter AND back to school viruses that are rampant in these seasons.

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