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Every year I'm always dreading the flu season.  I always seem to catch at least one bad cold that keeps me in bed for a few days.  Being a mother of two, I can't afford to get sick and stay in bed since my kids are only 3 and 1.5 years old.  My husband is constantly traveling for work, so during the week, I'm a single parent.  I decided that I needed to do whatever it takes to keep healthy, so I started doing some research online and came a across a site that provides a vitamin C that you take under the tongue, called C-spray.  This vitamin differs from regular vitamins because it goes directly through the bloodstream and works instantly, as opposed to the "pill type" vitamins that have to go through your body's digestive track.  I found this concept very interesting and decided to give it a try.  Amazingly it has been working.  My husband and I have been using this for about 6 months now and have not gotten sick.  We have been in close contact to people that are and have been sick (especially during the Christmas holiday), but we don't catch anything from them.   I have to say that  I'm a true believer of this product and I will continue to use it everyday.  You can't go wrong with vitamin-C!  If you're interested in keeping healthy, you can check out their website. www.marzsprays.com

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