Mom in Training: Fight Sore Throats with GoGargle! & $20 CVS Gift Card #Giveaway - Ends 2-18

February 8, 2015

Fight Sore Throats with GoGargle! & $20 CVS Gift Card #Giveaway - Ends 2-18


I can remember growing up my dad telling me to gargle with salt water when I complained of a sore throat. I can also remember cringing as I swished around his salt water mix in the back of my throat. I couldn't stand the taste during or after and eventually stopped telling him when my throat hurt because I knew what he was going to say. Yes I admit now it did help, but I was just a kid then and I didn't want to go through having that taste in my mouth. Now I don't have to worry about that awful aftertaste because GoGargle! comes in a minty fresh. I haven't had the opportunity to try GoGargle! for myself yet because I want to save the tablets for when I really need them to see just how well they work.

About:
• Each year over 15 million people visit a doctor for a sore throat. GoGargle! is based on the time-tested remedy of salt water gargling, but is a new, convenient and tasty way to soothe your sore throat!

• Gargling with warm salt water has been touted by Grandmas and health experts for generations because it is a time-tested remedy that works.

• The special blend of salts reduce painful inflammation and bacteria in the back of your throat by drawing fluid out of swollen tissue, while the aloe, chamomile, honey and zinc soothe and moisturize it.

• Unlike colored sprays and drops made with scary sounding chemical ingredients that only hide the pain for a while, GoGargle! is made up of salts to treat the sore throat and soothing ingredients like honey and aloe to moisturize. This combination of ingredients both reduces inflammation but also soothes and moisturizes making GoGargle! a more natural way to treat a sore throat.

• GoGargle! tablets make treating your sore throat easy: just drop a tablet in a glass of warm water, let it dissolve, then gargle your sore throat away!

• GoGargle! doesn't just mask the pain (like sprays or drops), but the healing power of salt works to reduce inflammation, while the honey, aloe and chamomile soothe throat tissue and provide long-lasting relief.

Buy & Save: You can print a coupon here for GoGargle!  There's also a $1 cash back offer that is live on the shopping app, Checkout51.


Win it:  One lucky reader will win a 10-ct GoGargle! product & $20 CVS Gift Card. This giveaway will end February 19th at 12:00 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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60 comments:

  1. Yes, I gargle when I have a sore throat.

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  2. I gargle when I have a sore throat.

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  3. I gargle with salt water - this sounds like a better plan!

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  4. Sometimes, but if its really bad I use the throat spray.

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  5. Yes we gargle with salt water.

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  6. yes, i gargle with salt water when my throat is hurting.

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  7. Yes...I gargle with salt water.
    Thank you!

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  8. I haven't gargled in a long time. I use throat drops to numb it.

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  9. No I don't usually gargle. I typically just cough drops.

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  10. No I haven't tried the gargle method. I normally just drink a lot of hot green tea and suck on some cough drops.

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  11. I always gargle with warm salty water, even though it's gross it's pretty effective!

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  12. I have gargled when I get a sore throat but sometimes it really makes me gag.

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  13. I sometimes do if its really bad

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  14. We use throat lozenges and cough drops for sore throats.

    Thanks for the chance to win this

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  15. Yes I gargle when I have a sore throat.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  16. I use hot tea with honey, lozenges, or warm salt water.

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  17. I usually drink some apple cider vinegar.
    Erika W.

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  18. I gargle with warm salt water, drink hot tea with lemon and honey, and drink hot chicken broth.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  19. Yes we gargle with warm salt water

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  20. Yes, I gargle with warm salt water when I have a sore throat!

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  21. Yes, I do gargle with water that is warm with salt - shaunie

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  22. Yes, I do gargle with warm salt water.Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  23. Yes, I either gargle or I have honey in a warm cup of water.

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  24. I sometimes gargle warm salt water when I have a sore throat. Most times I use lozenges and throat sprays.

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  25. I use Halls cough drops. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  26. I usually use a sore throat spray.
    Jennifer Rote

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  27. I gargle with warm salt and water

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  28. I do gargle with warm water when I have a bad sore throat. I also try to drink some warm tea!

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  29. I drink warm tea

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  30. Yes, I gargle when I have a sore throat.

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  31. Sometimes I gargle but I will also take a spoonful of honey with cinnamon

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  32. I do gargle when I have a sore throat and also use cough drops.

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  33. I don't gargle. I usually drink orange juice.

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  34. Sometimes I gargle with salt water, other times I use a throat spray. It just depends on how severe the pain is.

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  35. I gargle with salt water but this would be much better.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  36. I gargle with salt water.

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  37. Vera Wilson said:

    Use salt water, but would love to try this. Thanks for the review and sweeps.

    snoopysnop1 at yahoo dot com

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  38. I generally suck on lozenges when I have a sore throat, but would certainly llike to try go gargle.

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  39. I will gargle with warm salt water and use a throat spray.

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  40. When I have a sore thorat, I gargle with really warm salt water & it relieves the symptoms!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  41. Yes, but also do hot tea with lemon and honey and cough drops!
    prizewinner at hotmail dot com

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  42. I do gargle with salt sometimes. It does help.

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  43. I gargle with hot water and salt

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  44. I gargle and drink hot tea when I have a sore throat.

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  45. I drink hot tea with honey or eat cough drops

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  46. I tend not to gargle but i always have extra vitamin c on hand.

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  47. I do gargle with warm salty water.

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  48. When I do, it certainly helps but I often forget about it!

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  49. I usually get lozenges or use a sore throat spray, but hubby gargles!

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  50. I gargle with warm water when I have a sore throat. Thanks!

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  51. I don't usually gargle when I have a sore throat. I love tea and soup to soothe my throat.

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  52. Yes I do gargle when I have a sore throat. I gargle with warm salt water. I also try some throat spray or lozenges if the gargling doesn't do the trick!

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  53. i use cough drops

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  54. No, Tylenol, and hot tea with lemon is usually what I do.

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  55. Honey lemon ginger tea. works for pretty much everything

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  56. I have gargled with salt water for years my grandmother started me on it when I was a little girl

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  57. I gargle with salt water. I also take L-lysine tablets- it helps heal mouth sores and blisters.

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