Off the top of your head, name one company that started 120 years ago & is still in business. Not so easy, is it? Pine Brothers “Softish” Throat Drops was established in 1870. That fact alone should tell you that there’s something special about this company. In this dog-eat-dog world, any company that has survived that long deserves respect.
After trying their drops, the reason for their success is simple. They manufacture a quality product. We are beginning cold & flu season. Before we all make a mass exodus for supplies to get us through, we should be adding these drops to our lists!
Choose from Licorice, Natural Honey, Lemon Citrus, or Wild Cherry. “Softish” is the perfect adjective to describe them. Find them in either a bag or a round case perfectly sized to fit into your pocket. Each flavor we tried was true to its name. We all know if we can’t stand the taste, we won’t use them. But, with these, there is no ‘medicine’ flavor at all.
Effective is another word that comes to mind. They eliminated that tickle I get in my throat due to bad allergies. Even better: my kids LOVE them. All 3 said they didn’t taste like cough drops. Plus, the youngest initially thought they were candies! Most pleased of the family was my husband who’d had them as a child. Excited to see them again, he’s hoarded several bags.
Now, I’m not a physician, but I am a Mom. However, I am smart enough to know what works & what doesn’t. In today’s economy, none of us can afford to waste money on anything that won’t give us bang for our buck. If we spend our time playing hit or miss with over the counter products, we run the risk of wasting a lot of money. We’re better off to stick with what works. These work.
Pine Brothers doesn’t need to use flashy campaigns or packaging. Moms are loyal to quality & when we find quality, we let other moms know it. So, this mom is letting you know that when you or the kids have scratchy throats, relief is found in “Softish” Throat Drops.
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