Last updated on November 22nd, 2023 at 01:35 pm
For many, the school year has already begun, the weather is a little cooler, and busy schedules are starting to get more hectic. It’s also the time when we get to have one last fling with summer by enjoying a long weekend with the observation of the Labor Day holiday. Whether you plan to camp, head to the beach, or simply enjoy a backyard barbeque with friends and family, don’t forget these Boiron essentials to help keep you healthy and ready to celebrate.
– Suffering from indigestion or an upset stomach? Keep Nux vomica pellets on hand. This popular single medicine sold in a Boiron Blue Tube will help relieve nausea, acid indigestion, hangovers, and most importantly, an upset stomach from overindulgence in food and drink.*
– Countless games of volleyball, bocce ball, and bean bags is sure to leave you with sore muscles. Our non-sticky, non-greasy Arnicare Gel will help relieve muscle aches and stiffness without a medicinal smell.*
– Too much sun? Barbecue burns? Bug bites? Our line of Calendula topicals works great on skin irritations and burns.* Calendula Lotion is ideal for soothing sunburn, the ointment helps to heal minor burns,* and the gel works well on insect bites and minor cuts and scrapes.*If you want to be the smartest person at the barbecue this weekend, here are some fun Labor Days facts to share with family and friends:
– The first labor strike in U.S. history is believed to have occurred in 1636 when a group of Maine fishermen refused to work after the owner of their boats failed to pay them.
– On September 5, 1882, the first Labor Day parade was held in America by the Central Labor Union of New York.
– Peter McGuire, nicknamed “Disturber of the Public Peace,” is widely believed to be the father of Labor Day in America.
– In 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed the bill making Labor Day a national holiday.
From everyone here at Boiron, we wish you and your family a safe and healthy Labor Day weekend.
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.