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It seems like this time of year every other person I talk to is sick, has been sick or has sick kids. Coughs, sneezes and sore throats abound! Being stuck inside for days (or weeks) not feeling well and taking care of a sick family is no fun. Sometimes we all need a friendly pick-me-up. So I created an easy get well soon gift basket with a free printable tag.
Get Well Soon Gift Basket
What’s in my get well soon gift basket:
- A large mug
- Chloraseptic throat spray
- Chloraseptic throat lozenges
- Honey bear
- “Get Well Soon” tag
Home Basics Jumbo Ceramic Mug 22 OzKleenex White Facial Tissue (Pack of 16)
Soothing Honey Lemon Drink
In addition to the Get Well Soon tag, I also made a coordinating tag with the recipe for a soothing honey lemon drink using the ingredients in the get well soon gift basket.
- Cut lemon in half.
- Squeeze the juice from lemon half into mug and place juiced peel into the mug.
- Pour a generous serving of honey over the peel.
- Pour boiling water over honey and lemon and allow drink to steep for 10 minutes.
- Remove peel and any seeds.
- Add extra honey if needed.
- Sip and feel better!
Download Get Well Soon Printable Tag with Soothing Honey Lemon Drink recipe.
Chloraseptic Sore Throat Relief
When my throat hurts, all I want is relief — now. Chloraseptic® lozenges and sprays work on contact, nothing works faster at relieving sore throats. In fact, Chloraseptic® is the #1 pharmacist recommended sore throat relief brand for the whole family and Chloraseptic® throatlozenges are tied for number one.
Moms know that kids with a sore throat are miserable, so I always have throat lozenges on hand because they are easy for kids to take. Chloraseptic® comes in a variety of throat sprays and lozenges for fast relief, and sprays come in a variety of flavors including Cherry, Warming Honey Lemon, Grape made just for kids and Max Wild Berry with a target sprayer.
Stay ahead of the flu this season by keeping an eye on how prevalent the flu is in your area with Chloraseptic’s Cold & Flu Tracker. And check out the Chloraseptic® Facebook page, which shares great DIY ideas and funny posts to get you through your week.
Uplifting Families says
I need some of the chloraseptic throat drops. My allergies are causing drainage to run down the back of my throat and it makes my throat hurt. I started my traditional allergy regiment but when my throat hurts between does I could use these throat drops. I love the get well package you created too.
This is a cool idea, thank you for sharing.
How cute! I would love to know how you wrap it.
Keely Hostetter says
Cute idea, I am sure anyone would appreciate this.
Donna L says
Nice idea, very thoughtful gift. Thanks for sharing it.
June S. says
I love this idea, I was feeling under the weather a few weeks ago and sure could have used one of these to feel better and get back on my feet-
Cynthia R says
I think any such basket like this cute one, would cheer up anyone who is feeling ill.
courtney b says
what a cute little basket! I love the honey- if I received this when I was sick I would totally smile 🙂
Aimee Trader says
how sweet is this!!?
Danalee Davis says
What a sweet idea! Thanks for sharing it.
Linda Buzard-Moffitt says
How cute and what a great thoughtful idea Thanks for sharing it with us
Ronald O. says
Creative idea, and a thoughtful one! 🙂
s riches says
Honey and lemon have always worked to soothe my sore throats.
Lee McKeon says
What an amazing idea!