WIN: Genexa’s Kids’ Cough and Chest Congestion & Sleepology ~ Back to School Bash

Genexa, the first clean medicine brand. Genexa uses the same active ingredients as the leading drug brands on the shelves today, but has chosen to leave out the man-made, inactive ingredients that people don’t need. They said goodbye to hard-to-digest sugar because they believe families deserve better. Check out Genexa’s formula for cough and chest congestion in children. This cough suppressant is real medicine made clean for children with the same active ingredients as Mucinex. Instead of synthetic colors and artificial sweeteners, this relief is flavored with real organic blueberry aroma, which helps control coughs, mucus build-up and a blocked chest. With back-to-school shopping just around the corner, stock up on your medicine cabinet with Genexa’s Clean Medicine Collection.

Check out Genexa’s Sleepology, an organic night sleep aid. This non-habit-forming and melatonin-free remedy supports deep and restful sleep. Juggling parenting can be exhausting, which is why every parent deserves to wake up refreshed. Insomnia can, but doesn’t have to be, a tiresome cycle. Genexa’s Sleepology chewable tablets are made from an organic, homeopathic blend and flavored with vanilla and lavender. When all the kids go back to school, it’s time to stock up your medicine cabinet with Genexa’s Clean Medicine Collection.

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TO WIN: 24/7 mothers and Genexa are giving away a child’s cough and chest constipation and a sleepology!

Enter a chance to win using the Rafflecopter entry form below. For every entry you make, it’s an extra entry to win.

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US entry only and one entry per person. The winner will be determined on September 25th, 2021.

Disclaimer: I have partnered with Genexa to support this campaign. We have received compensation for participating in this promotion. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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