Keeping baby healthy — Zarbee’s Naturals


When I had The Bug, it was the dead of winter. Our worst one for quite a while no less. We drove home from the hospital in Ellsworth and the 30 mile drive took two hours in eight inches of snow.

So, needless to say, I spent much of the first few months trying to keep our family’s immune system up. Unfortunately, we were still sick for the better part of two months. This year, I’m prepared.

Enter Zarbee’s Naturals.

If you haven’t noticed by now (cloth diapers, water birth, etc.), I tend to lean toward a more “natural” approach to parenting. I like to know what’s going into our systems and that it’s free of dyes and alcohol.

Zarbee’s Naturals does just that. They offer an entire line of immune support products for kiddos from two months on. Their products (which include gummies or drops) are all drug, alcohol, gluten and dye free. Instead, they are packed with vitamins and ingredients like brown rice syrup and zinc.

I still need to find Vitamin D drops for The Bug this winter (this particular product is not recommended for daily use). But hopefully with a little Baby Immune Support + Vitamins for times when a flu is just on the horizon, I won’t have as much snot to suck out with those awful bulb things this year.

Pick up Zarbee’s at your local Target or Walmart, or search the Zarbee’s website for a store near you.

** Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, however, I did receive Baby Immune Support + Vitamins from Zarbees Naturals free of charge. Rooted in ME includes occasional review posts and giveaways. However, I do not accept any items from companies or organizations that I would not personally support. I always give an honest opinion of the product or service, even if the post is sponsored. My full disclosure policy is available here.



Natalie Feulner

About Natalie Feulner

Natalie Feulner is a journalist and “semi-crunchy” cloth diapering momma to a rambunctious toddler named after a county in California. She drinks too much tea and loves to climb rocks but not at the same time.