Last updated on November 22nd, 2023 at 03:43 pm
Every June, our televisions and e-mail inboxes are flooded with Father’s Day gift guides. Ties, electronics, tools, polo shirts, cologne, etc. Some gifts we’ve given over and over again, and some of these Dad may like, but never use. So this year, give Dad a gift he’s sure to use —a homemade kit of Boiron homeopathic medicines! Any Dad would be grateful for his own collection of helpful medicines to keep in his car, his office, or his golf bag. And he’ll appreciate that you’re giving him a gift that will help him stay healthy! Here are four must-have medicines to include:
– Arnicare – Whether he’s cutting the grass, hitting the gym, or chasing the kids around the backyard, Dad’s muscles work hard and deserve some relief. Our non-sticky, non-greasy Arnicare Gel will help relieve his muscle aches and stiffness without a medicinal smell.* It’s also available as oral pellets or tablets.
– Calendula – Maybe Dad burned himself on the barbecue, received too much sun, or has one too many 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.*
– Sedalia – Sometimes Dad just wants to relax after a hectic day at the office or bad day on the golf course. Sedalia will help relieve his nervousness, irritability and hypersensitivity,* so he can enjoy quality time with family and friends, or even by himself.
– Nux vomica – And in case Dad is prone to indigestion or an upset stomach, make sure he has Nux vomica on hand. This popular single medicine will help relieve nausea, acid indigestion, hangovers, and most importantly, an upset stomach from overindulgence in food and drink.*
For other suggestions, be sure to visit our product selector or our website. From all of us here at Boiron, have a happy and healthy Father’s Day!
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.