Gifts for the Flu-Stricken Folks in Your Life

It’s no secret that the flu is an absolute epidemic this season. Check out the map and you’ll see that it’s widespread throughout the entire country. Scary stuff, indeed – and those suffering from the influenza virus right now could definitely use some TLC. Treat your flu-stricken friends and loved ones to one of these thoughtful gifts.

Get Well Healthy Gift Basket

 

Filled with healthy beverages and snacks loaded with valuable nutrients, the Get Well Healthy Gift Basket is sure to be a bright spot on an otherwise sniffle- and cough-filled day. Included is a jar of organic honey, peppermint tea, a bar of dark chocolate, mushroom soup, dried strawberries, ginger snaps and more, all nestled inside a handmade basket.

Feel Better Teddy Bear

 

 

 

 

Little ones – and, let’s face it, even some grownups – will adore this sweet Feel Better Teddy Bear. All decked out in a robe, fuzzy slippers and even clutching a wad of tissues, he’s clearly familiar with the aches and pains associated with being sick. A little cuddle goes a long way!

Boredom Buster Gift Basket

 

 

Anyone who’s been stuck in bed for days knows all too well that restless feeling that inevitably develops after a couple of days. With three activity books (plus a pen and eraser and even some snacks!), this Boredom Buster Get Well Gift Basket should do the job nicely.

Himalayan Salt Inhaler

 

 

 

While it’s not a cure, this Himalayan Salt Inhaler may help alleviate the discomfort of clogged nasal passages. Himalayan salt is recognized for its antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties, and may help alleviate inflammation and soothe a runny nose.

Chicken Soup Gift Set

 

 

Nothing says “feel better soon” like a basket full of soup! This Chicken Soup Gift Set arrives in your choice of a box or wicker basket. Simply choose three chicken soup varieties, all of which will indulge the flu sufferer with comfort, warmth, nourishment and much-needed energy.

 

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