Review: Boiron Coryzalia
As part of the Mommy Connection #momsquad, I was invited to try Boiron’s Coryzalia the next time my toddler had a cold. I had used their Camilia in the past for teething and quite liked their product. I like that it is a homeopathic remedy that I can use in-between doses of Advil (if necessary) for those really bad days, and it tends to just take the edge of her pain off on mild teething days. I was hoping for similar results with the Coryzalia.
Anna and I both fell victim to an awful cold back in February. It was one of those “it’s hard to breathe, it hurts to eat, and I am just so tired” illnesses. It wiped us both out hard, and while I gave her a dose of Coryzalia here and there, it didn’t seem to help her much.
Well, that’s because I hadn’t properly read the instruction on the label. It recommends giving one dose three times daily until symptoms diminish. The next cold Anna had, I was much better prepared. I followed the instructions, and her cold was gone within three days. I was amazed, and so pleasantly surprised!
The doses are very easy to administer. They are in liquid droplet form, and Anna has no problem taking them. I really appreciated the opportunity to review the product, and will certainly be giving Anna the proper doses the next time she has a cold!