This post is brought to you by Dr. Cocoa for Children…
With Addie off to kindergarten this Fall, we’re in that whole new world of social interaction. Much like the Pre-K days that have now since passed, it’s an experience of meeting new people, making new friends… and coming home with all kinds of wacky germs, bugs, and viruses – that usually end up infecting this guy typing instead of the kids! But, in case those evildoing microbes do happen to strike, my wife and I are always prepared, with a cabinet full of tools ready to fight the good fight. Some new additions to the arsenal come courtesy of DR. COCOA FOR CHILDREN, who sent us their full line of FDA-approved chocolate-flavored cold relievers a few weeks back, though fortunately, I haven’t had to use them just yet.
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I remember growing up in the 80s how nasty cold and cough medicine could be, and while I haven’t taken any in awhile, recent surveys show that at least a third of parents think it’s the foul taste that makes kids say “YUCK!” and put up a fight. With a combination of “effective ingredients and 10% real cocoa for a real chocolate taste,” Dr. Cocoa for Children aims to take that fight away from kids and grownups, saving the battle for the cold itself.
Dr. Cocoa™ for Children comes in three patented formulas:
- Dr. Cocoa™ Long-Acting Cough Relief: relieves coughs for up to eight hours without causing drowsiness in children ages 4-13 (active ingredient: Dextromethorphan). Follow the package label for exact dose by age, or speak to your child’s pediatrician.
- Dr. Cocoa™ Daytime Cough + Cold Relief: relieves stuffy nose and cough for children ages 4-13. Its non-drowsy formula makes it ideal for daytime use (active ingredients: Dextromethorphan and Phenylephrine). Follow the package label for exact dose by age, or speak to your child’s pediatrician.
- Dr. Cocoa™ Nighttime Cough + Cold Relief: Made especially for children ages 6-13 to relieve coughs, along with stuffy nose, runny nose and sneezing at night (active ingredients: Diphenhydramine, Phenylephrine). Follow the package label for exact dose by age, or speak to your child’s pediatrician.
Available at retailers Nationwide and on the official site, those wishing to try Dr. Cocoa with their own little ones can grab a $2 off coupon right now, while those wishing to try their luck can enter for a chance to win a Dr. Cocoa Hand Puppet (now through 10/17/2014)
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