As my fellow gluten free people know, trying to find out which medicine you can and cannot take when you’re not feeling well is no fun! Unfortunately with Celiac disease, reading labels and researching products is a big part of life! Here's a list of gluten free cold/flu medications!

As my fellow gluten free people know, trying to find out which medicine you can and cannot take when you’re not feeling well is no fun! Unfortunately with Celiac disease, reading labels and researching products is a big part of life! Here's a list of gluten free cold/flu medications!

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No longer stress about what medicine you can and cannot take! Here is a gluten free cold/flu medicine list!

No longer stress about what medicine you can and cannot take! Here is a gluten free cold/flu medicine list!

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I recently had a cold and the last thing I wanted to do when not feeling well was search the internet and call manufactures while I was at the pharmacist… but guess what? I have celiac disease so t...

I recently had a cold and the last thing I wanted to do when not feeling well was search the internet and call manufactures while I was at the pharmacist… but guess what? I have celiac disease so t...

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authormoovitz: Night and Day Medical Flu 101: Flu Jab versus Spray 101 #flu_jab_new_york

authormoovitz: Night and Day Medical Flu 101: Flu Jab versus Spray 101 #flu_jab_new_york

Mucus build-up plagues people during a post-nasal drip, cold or flu, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep throat, catarrh, laryngitis, chicken pox, measles, mononucleosis, whooping cough or croup. Allergies to certain food products can contribute to mucus build-up as well. When your system is weak from illness and allergies, these membranes can go into overdrive, causing that familiar stuffy feeling. In such circumstances, many medical practitioners recommend you avoid foods that cause mucus…

Mucus build-up plagues people during a post-nasal drip, cold or flu, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep throat, catarrh, laryngitis, chicken pox, measles, mononucleosis, whooping cough or croup. Allergies to certain food products can contribute to mucus build-up as well. When your system is weak from illness and allergies, these membranes can go into overdrive, causing that familiar stuffy feeling. In such circumstances, many medical practitioners recommend you avoid foods that cause mucus…

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12 Uses for Vicks VapoRub The Vicks on your feet one really works! I did this a couple of days ago and I slept like a baby!                                                                                                                                                      More

12 Uses for Vicks VapoRub The Vicks on your feet one really works! I did this a couple of days ago and I slept like a baby! More

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Got the flu? Trade your flu medication for a Hot Toddy Sorbet or Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears' Throatsicle recipe.

Got the flu? Trade your flu medication for a Hot Toddy Sorbet or Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears' Throatsicle recipe.

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