Friday, November 25, 2016

Pine Brothers Vitamin C Orange & Sugar Free Wild Cherry

New from Pine Brothers is Vitamin C Orange which is a delicious sue then throw relief and with 25% of RDA per drop in aids in the temporary relief of minor discomfort and protects irritated areas in the mouth and throat. Pine Brothers are ranked number one and throat coating action they’ve been around since 1870 and they use a unique natural formula of plant glycerin and imported gum acacia that coats and soothes your throat without numb and it with a soft drop consistency. Sugar-Free Wild Cherry soft dish throat relief that Sue’s in aids temporary relief of minor discomfort and protects irritated areas in the mouth and throat.

My Opinion: don’t know why I can’t get over the consistency of these there almost like a gummy but they are not I do taste the orange and cherry “softish” drops and like the fact that they are made with a unique natural formula.
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About Pine Brothers: Ulysses S. Grant was President and the population of America hovered at 39 million when in 1870 J. Herman Pine hung out a confectionery shingle on 8th Street above Walnut in Philadelphia and sold his first batch of what he called ‘Pine Brothers Glycerine Tablets.’ In an attempt to relieve his own sore throat, Mr. Pine, a former German confectionery maker, combined the soothing natural qualities of plant glycerin with the healing properties of gum acacia into one softish drop. By doing so, he discovered that he had created a product that could sooth and mitigate the mild discomfort of a sore throat. Add in some natural flavoring and sweetener and Pine Brothers Softish Throat Drops were born. “I have discovered something,” Pine wrote, “which will give quick throat relief to thousands afflicted as I was.” He added,”Perhaps I won’t make much money out of this. But I can make people happy, and that’s more important than money.” Mr. Pine was being unduly modest, as his “discovery” would become one of the most effective, most delicious and most unique throat lozenges in the world. Nor has the recipe changed appreciably since it was first introduced to the public over 140 years ago.

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