Dr Oz Ultimate Drugstore Shopping
If you’re tired of searching to find the best health products, Dr Oz is here to help with his ultimate shopping list of everything from healthy frozen food to fat burning groceries. The next stop on Dr Oz’s shopping trip was the drugstore. Find out why he said witch hazel and ginger chews are must have items.
Dr Oz: All-Purpose Drugstore Items
I feel like I never know what I’m going to find wandering around the drugstore. But it turns out there are a lot of things on the shelves that Dr Oz said can be used for many different medical and health situations. Check out the ones that made his list and what your family can use them for.
Dr Oz: Witch Hazel Skin Care
With so many skin care products everywhere you turn, it can be hard to know where to start or what works. But Dr Oz is cutting through all the clutter with his first recommendation: Witch Hazel.
This is an astringent that can help soothe irritated skin from a rash or bug bite. Use a cotton ball if you’re putting it on oily, rough, or sensitive skin. Look for Witch Hazel in the first aid section for around $4.
Dr Oz: Ginger Chews Indigestion Relief
Doctor Oz knows that indigestion affects many people in different ways. How do you know where to find the best product for you? Depending on your intestinal symptoms, you will want to keep something portable handy, and his idea was Ginger Chews.
These are individually wrapped, and they treat stomach problems like gas, bloating, cramps, and nausea, because of their anti-inflammatory effects in your intestines. As a bonus, they can keep you from overeating by curbing your cravings. Look for them next to throat lozenges for around $3.
Dr Oz: Epsom Salt Magnesium
Don’t you want to just relax after a long day? If your idea of a reward is a long soak in the tub, you can make it even better by soothing your back or feet in the process. Doctor Oz said he loves using Epsom Salt as a pain reliever, because it will last forever.
Add Epsom Salt to a warm bath for muscle and joint pain relief. You can also apply it directly to the skin with a warm washcloth. It works because magnesium relieves muscle inflammation, and it only costs about $4.
Dr Oz: Personal Steam Inhaler for Allergies
Cold and flu season is almost here, so you need to be prepared for those annoying allergy symptoms that never seem to be far behind. Before you go broke with over the counter medicines, try another approach this year.
Dr Oz mentioned the Personal Steam Inhaler, which forces the moisture from steam to cleanse your sinuses and throat. Just fill it up, turn it on, and inhale the steam for five or 10 minutes. Anyone can use it, and it only costs around $10.
Which of these products are you most excited about?