Walgreens Wal-born Dietary Supplement Effervescent Tablets Lemon-Lime
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  • I like taking herbal remedies for things, and certainly believe in their ability to prevent illness if used as a preventative measure
  • Fruits high in Vitamin C in general aren't among my favorite, so I often feel pretty depleted as far as my energy levels are concerned, and that can definitely open the doorway to illness and infection
  • Now, it's a $7 box of only 8 (I think) tablets, so that's not very much, but I took it on the way to our camping destination by mixing it with a bottled water, and then continued to take it until I had used them all up
  • Plus, it's the same cost as the name brand stuff and worked just as well, and certainly tasted better


    • by Anasuya
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      I took some Airborne products for a week straight before heading on a trip, as it was recommended to me by a friend who said it was a great preventative product to take to keep airport/travel sicknesses from affecting you, and I didn’t get sick the whole two weeks, not even sitting next to a woman on the plane who had a perpetual snotty tissue in her hand. Gross. But, I’ve loved Walgreens products and shop there almost twice a week on a pretty regular basis, and so when I saw they had their own version of Airborne, I wanted to try it. That’s when I got the Wal-born Dietary Supplement Effervescent Tablets with a lemon-lime flavor.

      It was only $5 and was chalk-full of antioxidants, electrolytes, amino acids and a lot of herbal extracts. I like taking herbal remedies for things, and


      certainly believe in their ability to prevent illness if used as a preventative measure. I wouldn’t say I’m a homeopathic nut or anything, but there’s nothing at all wrong with taking a kind of supplement like this, as they’ve been proven to work for me in the past.

      There’s actually like 1000mg of Vitamin C in here. I’m not much of an orange person, and that’s the most direct way to get your Vitamin C, so this was a huge plus for me. Fruits high in Vitamin C in general aren’t among my favorite, so I often feel pretty depleted as far as my energy levels are concerned, and that can definitely open the doorway to illness and infection.

      I was getting ready for a two week camping trip with a group of friends, where the conditions would definitely be cramped, and there ...


      • would be children there just recovering from colds, so I was going to take all the preventative measures that I could. The great thing about this product is that they taste really nice. Almost like an altoid in a way, but flavored with lemons instead of mint.

        Or rather, an altoid you would dissolve in an 8 ounce glass of water. It tasted fine, more than fine, actually enjoyable. It wasn’t hard for me to swallow it down at all.

        You repeat every four hours. Now, it’s a $7 box of only 8 (I think) tablets, so that’s not very much, but I took it on the way to our camping destination by mixing it with a bottled water, and then continued to take it until I had used them all up. And, for those two weeks, I was totally illness-free, and even

        when two of our group got sick after returning home, I managed to stay perfectly healthy, though we were all sharing a very large tent.

        As a preventative measure, this is a fantastic product. I’d rather spend $7 and be assured I’m not going to get sick, then have to spend $7 on cold medicine when I DO get sick. Some people might see it as a waste, because why spend money on medicine when you aren’t even ill, but I like to look at it from a more pro-active position.

        Plus, it’s the same cost as the name brand stuff and worked just as well, and certainly tasted better. The name brand stuff is just a pill you swallow, but this was a great addition to a bottle of water, like adding a drink mix. Very well worth the money, if you ask me.

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