We are now on the last quarter of the year and during this time, many respiratory illnesses arise because of the weather. They say that the wind is blowing from a different direction than the rest of the year and it brings with it a lot of elements that usually stir up allergies. The weather is also colder and people in temperate countries like the Philippines are not ready for it.
And this is especially prevalent among school age children because they are still not very keen on their sanitizing ways and well, their immunity is not yet fully developed.
That is the reason why we need to boost our children’s immune system in order to prevent them from getting infected with common diseases, especially in school. After all, more sick days mean more absences in school. Additionally, their growth and development are also hampered.
One good way to boost their immunity is to give them Ceelin Syrup, which is ascorbic acid that has been made fortified with the addition of the element zinc. I give it to Dindin once a day to keep her protected–5ml per dose is all it takes. She likes the taste so there is no problem giving it to her. Giving Ceelin Syrup along with a healthy diet and multivitamins will help keep sicknesses like cough and common colds away.
Our pediatrician also recommended Ceelin Drops for baby Shane but I have yet to get one for her. I am not so concerned about Shane because she is breastfed and I know that she has a strong immune system.
Always make sure that you have Ceelin Syrup on stock at home and keep giving it to your children everyday for protection against common ailments.
Sigrid - Bacolod Blogger
Sigrid is a work at home mom and Bacolod blogger who tries to juggle taking care of the kids, homeschooling in Bacolod, covering events, designing, writing, and blogging. After finishing her degree in Mass Communications from the University of St. La Salle, she went on to become a news reporter/writer for a local daily and eventually pursued a career in advertising as a copywriter and graphics designer. After her stint in the corporate world, she became a freelance writer, contributing to national and international publications covering a variety of topics. She was a contributing food writer to COOK Magazine before she became a food and mommy blogger. She blogs at: