What do you think of airborne?

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    Does anyone think airborne improves your chances of not getting viral infections? Has anyone used it with success? Thanks for any input.
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    Has anyone given it to a child?
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    I have taken it during cold and flu season in the ER and it seemed to really help me not to catch those. Or if I seemed to be coming down with either, I took it as directed on the bottle and the symptoms seemed to go away. Anyway, I liked it.

    Pam
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    Thanks, I think I will try it. My daughter just started school, and this is the 2nd time she has had a viral cold. I'll try anything now. :spin:
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    I just took some yesterday and my cold seems better today. I was 3 days into the cold so it's not completely gone, but much much better.
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    I love this stuff!! And I am the cynical one :-)
    Everyone in my family came down with a virus, except for me. Was it the airborne? I don't know, but I was up close and personal with everyone and all got sick except me.
    MoNurse
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    I love Airborne. It seems to work well on minor colds, but if it's a biggie (like I had last week), it did not do much.

    I take it before I go to clinicals 2 days/ week and if I feel like I am coming down with something.
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    I've tried it. It has nipped the beginning stages of a cold last week. Not sure if it was just a placebo effect, but hey , no cold this week.
    I gave some to my daughter today, as some kids in her class are sick. Time will tell if she does fall ill.
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    A good friend told me about Airborne just last week and then I saw it at Wally World. I've got the a HA and sore throat this morning. I work Thur & Fri . I better make a run to Wally World. Thanks !
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    It does work, IMO, but it sure has a LOT of Vitamin A in it. So be careful how long you use it.


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