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Elder Wisdom

The Elderberry Co elderberry syrup

Packed with potent antioxidants, elderberry syrup can be a useful immune support when you feel the sniffles coming on. This tasty blend contains ginger, raw honey, and aronia berries. From $20 at www.theelderberryco.com.

Soft Touch

Seedling by Grove Tree-Free Tissues

These soft “tree-free” tissues from Seedling are made from 100 percent bamboo. Because replacing harvested trees takes about 20 years and most bamboo regenerates in a couple of years, we feel better about blowing into these. $3 from www.grove.co.

Clear Passage

Himalayan Chandra Neti Wash Plus and Neti Pot

Using a neti pot rinses dust, pollen, and other allergens from nasal passages to reduce symptoms. This kit from Himalayan Chandra contains all the essentials: porcelain pot, salt, and a soothing nasal wash. $25 at www.netipot.com.

Fresh Air

Molekule air purifier

Miniature but mighty, the Molekule Mini air filter has been shown to inactivate up to 99.99 percent of airborne viruses in a 250-square-foot area. $399 at www.molekule.com.

Sinus Soother

Xlear nasal spray

Saline sprays can relieve stuffiness, but they can also trigger the dryness they’re meant to soothe. This blend from Xlear contains xylitol to calm irritation and keep those sensitive tissues moisturized. About $10. www.xlear.com

 

This article originally appeared as “Breathe a Little Easier” in the October 2021 issue of Experience Life.

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