Dietary supplement. Take at the first sign of a cold symptom or before entering crowded environment. For Use In: Airplanes; Offices; Schools; Restaurants; Health Clubs; Theaters, etc. Created by a school teacher! No. 1 best seller in the USA! Airborne was developed by a school teacher who was sick of getting sick in the classroom. It can be taken 2 ways: at the first sign of a cold symptoms, or before entering crowded environments, like airplanes and offices. Airborne's unique natural formula contains 17 herbs and nutrients, including ginger for nausea! Clinical trial data is available. (These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.) No artificial colors or preservatives. Seven herbal extracts! Antioxidants! Electrolytes! Amino Acids! 1000 mg of Vitamin C! Tastes great! Airborne is proud of the fact that we import no powdered herbs. To ensure safety, purity and potency, we do our herbal extracting in America using whole plant material. Made in USA.
I love this product; when I can find it, it is my go-to cold defender. I have only used the lemon lime flavour. I am a huge citrus fan and love this. The flavour is really nice and mild, not overly tart or sweet when dissolved in water, and it dissolves really fast. Sometimes, I let it dissolve and fizz on my tongue and just drink water while it dissolves. I get a much stronger lime flavour that way.
Aside from the great taste and fun effervescence; it really does work. I have used it at the first signs of a cold about 4 times now and each time it has kept my cold at bay!
This was a great find. HIGHLY recommend.
I tried this when i last went on holiday it was convenient that it was in a tablet and I put it into water you dont have to mix it it fizzes away quickly.I tried the lemon lime and found the taste really bland.I prefer Emergen-c which tastes way better,has more selection,has more minerals and vitamins in it.Its also cheaper.So if I didn't have Emergen-c on my next airline flight I would get this again.
I found this sample online: http://spreadairborne.com. This came as one tablet in the mail. I dropped it in a glass of water, about 6 oz. The outer foil package says to drop it in 4-6 oz of water. I was expecting it to taste either slightly orangey or "nasty." When I dropped the tablet in, it bubbled up immediately. It took about one minute to dissolve completely. I took a sip when my water became orange. Surprisingly, the drink was sweet (in a good way), citrusy, zesty and slightly bubbly. It only tasted a little chalky at the very bottom. I would liken the drink in general to Tang and Orangina.
Airborne is kind of interesting because it is supposed to support the immune system. It has 5 cals in each tablet. It also has vitamins and herbs. For more info, I would go to the link above. Also, for some more info, here is Airborne's wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airborne_(dietary_supplement)
Would I recommend it is kind of neutral really. I tried it once. I don't know if it really supports my immunity. I liked the taste, so I would recommend simply on that.
I use this product everytime I travel on business. It has kept me free from any type of cold.
I've been suffering from allergies lately. I know that colds and flu are different from allergies, but w/ similar symptoms, I was prompted to review this product for everybody. Developed by a local (central California) school teacher, Airborne is an effervescent you dissolve in water when you feel you are coming down w/ cold and/or flu symptoms. The product is loaded w/ vitamins and minerals designed to boost your immune system and fend off any suspect invaders. This product is very popular in my area and many retailers are carrying their own generic version at a reduced price. I've had good success w/ this product, as long as you are religious about using it regularly once symptoms begin to rear their ugly head.
The company's website (http://www.airbornehealth.com) indicates the retailers that carry the product. If no stores are near you, you can purchase the product online.
I've tried both the lemon/lime and orange flavors. Both go down easy, but don't leave you "craving for more!" There are new flavors out there now, too, like grapefruit.
Next time you've got a case of the sniffles, reach for the Airborne and put up your defenses!
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