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VinLuxe PRO Wine Aerator - #1 Rated By the Wine World. Patented Swirl Aeration Process Makes Red Wine Taste Better in Seconds. Featured in National Media & Top Amazon Reviews. Makes a Great Gift. Enhances Use of Wine Decanter, Carafe, Pourer or Accessories. Portion of Every Purchase Donated to Help Solve Childhood Hunger in America. Backed By 100% Lifetime Guarantee.
VinLuxe PRO Wine Aerator - #1 Rated By the Wine World. Patented Swirl Aeration Process Makes Red Wine Taste Better in Seconds. Featured in National Media & Top Amazon Reviews. Makes a Great Gift. Enhances Use of Wine Decanter, Carafe, Pourer or Accessories. Portion of Every Purchase Donated to Help Solve Childhood Hunger in America. Backed By 100% Lifetime Guarantee.
Offered by Andre Lorent Lifestyles
Price: $37.95
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple, Effective, And Fast! Now You Don't Have To Wait To Get Your Drink On!, June 19, 2014
If you love your red wine, you know that you have to "let it breathe" as they used to say. To serve a proper bottle, you've got to uncork it at least 15-30 minutes prior to serving it. But while this may not sound like an enormous hardship, I'm not always as forward thinking as I might be--especially if my guests and I are breaking open multiple bottles! Therefore, I have been intrigued with the recent proliferation of wine aerators on the market these days. Seriously, it seems like an outright craze now that so many different models and varieties are available. One of the things that I enjoyed about the VinLuxe aerator is the simplicity with which it is used.

There are three distinct stages to the wine aeration with this VinLuxe unit:
1) Pour the liquid over the umbrella aerator.
2) It travels through a series of miniature holes.
3) It then goes through an aerator tube.

All you do is pour the wine into the aerator and let it flow directly into your glass. You can actually hear it aerating, and you no longer have to wait to get your drink on! So simple, with consistent and reliable results. I quite love this aerator.

The packaging includes a nice pamphlet and a travel pouch. If you have any wine enthusiasts on your shopping list (for housewarmings, birthdays, Christmas), this would make a thoughtful and appropriate gift choice. There is no denying that there are many aerating choices. This, however, is one of the fastest and easiest. KGHarris, 6/14.

Note: I was offered a sample of this product in which to provide an honest review.
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Jungle
Jungle
DVD ~ Rupert Reid
Offered by Big_Box_Bargains
Price: $10.31
17 used & new from $5.20

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A Found Footage Thriller That Lacks Imagination And Surprises AND Is Further Compromised By Misleading Marketing, June 19, 2014
This review is from: Jungle (DVD)
Australian filmmaker Andrew Traucki seems to be carving out a niche in survival horror. His films don't really have much in the way of plots, so to speak, they just put ordinary folk in harm's way. I enjoyed his first two feature films, I thought both were reasonably effective examples of genre work that relied on escalating tension in natural settings. 2007's Black Water pits a vacationing family against a killer crocodile in the swamps of Australia and 2010's The Reef has a quartet of friends trying to evade deadly sharks on the Great Barrier Reef when their boat capsizes. As I said, it's not about a grand narrative arc. These films just put normal people in danger and allow the tension to build in an organic way. Based on these efforts, I suspected that I would enjoy his latest endeavor "The Jungle."

Utilizing the increasingly popular "found footage" genre that combines elements of the thriller into a faux documentary presentation, "The Jungle" takes a rather slight story and serves up a bit less than you might expect. I suspect that some may absolutely loathe "The Jungle," and I can understand their frustration. People anticipating a full-on horror show based on how the movie is portrayed in its own marketing material and description will likely be disappointed. There are some chills near the finale, but this presentation doesn't show you much of anything that will actually scare you. For most of its running time, it is a veritable nature documentary showing a team tracking the rare Javan leopard in the rainforests of Indonesia.

On the plus side:
Actors are convincing.
Scenery is appealing (when it's daylight, anyway).

On the down side:
Story lacks imagination or originality.
DVD misrepresents the movie and is a cheat.

Rupert Reid plays an explorer who wants to get filmed footage of the Javan leopard. His brother videotapes him constantly for a documentary and the two head to Indonesia. Before you can say "boo," locals whisper of legends such as werewolves and forest demons. But the hubris of the white man causes him to ignore all warnings. For about an hour, the team trek through the jungle to find the leopard. That's the entirety of the plot. At the end, they might find more than they imagine. Cue a few minutes of vague scariness and the movie concludes. Anyone who has ever seen a "found footage" thriller knows exactly where this is headed at all times. There is no real suspense or surprise.

That's why the DVD artwork is so misleading and irksome! There's a big monster featured prominently on the back cover of the DVD. It's a cheat and a complete misrepresentation devised to manipulate potential viewers. SPOILER ALERT: You won't see much of anything in the movie, much less a full-on shot of this creature. Ordinarily, I'd have given "The Jungle" 3 stars for its good qualities, but I'll downgrade to 2 based on poor marketing choices. KGHarris, 6/14.


Broadway Theatre Archive: Great Performances: Set 1 - Death of a Salesman, For Colored Girls, Uncommon Women, Alice at the Palace
Broadway Theatre Archive: Great Performances: Set 1 - Death of a Salesman, For Colored Girls, Uncommon Women, Alice at the Palace
DVD ~ Lee J. Cobb
Price: $35.99
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Four Classic Theater Pieces Come To Life In These Terrific Television Adaptations, June 19, 2014
I've been an avid supporter of the Broadway Theater Archives DVD collection for many years and have invested countless dollars into individual productions as they have been released. When I saw that they were beginning to announce compilation DVDs, I thought this would be a fantastic (and more economical way) for new enthusiasts to embrace these one-of-a-kind performances. For the most part, the Broadway Theater Archives has saved televised interpretations of famous plays and musicals. These versions can vary somewhat from the original stage productions (some more than others), but oftentimes have enormous historical value from a dramatic and/or casting standpoint. Theatrical productions are rarely preserved for posterity, so I embrace the legacy of these TV releases. Not only can they expose new viewers to classic works with top notch casts, they are also a true part of television history as well.

I have all four individual DVDs that are collected in Great Performances, Volume One, and think that theater lovers will absolutely relish the selections offered here.

Death of a Salesman (1966 TV Movie): Winner of three EMMY awards, including Outstanding Dramatic Program, and nominated for nine others, this version of the Arthur Miller classic has always been one of my favorites. I have seen many notable actors play Willy Loman (including Tony winner Brian Dennehy on stage in the 1999 revival), but Lee J. Cobb has rarely been equaled. This production, filmed as if before an audience, literally tears at your heart as Cobb virtually self-destructs before our eyes. It's raw and memorable. Add the incomparable Mildred Dunnock adds a softer edge as Loman's long-suffering wife, but she's all resolve when needed. While they are the primary reasons to see this excellent version, George Segal (as Biff) and James Farentino (as Happy) round out this dysfunctional family unit.

Alice At The Palace (1982 TV Movie): This musical interpretation of the Alice in Wonderland story is set as a music hall performance. With minimalist staging, this production might not be everyone's cup of tea. You have to rely on imagination and just enjoy the cleverness of the songs and the enthusiasm of the performances as opposed to visual trickery or elaborate costumes. But who won't be willing to do that with a young Meryl Streep playing the role of Alice? She is nimble at comedy and shines in her solos. She is ably supported by great character actor Michael Jeter in a number of vivid roles, Mark Linn Baker (hilarious as Mock Turtle) and Debbie Allen as the Red Queen.

Uncommon Women & Others (1979 Great Performances Production): If you haven't had your fill of Streep yet, here she is again in the Wendy Wasserstein estrogen fueled classic. The simple setting of this production allows for lively verbal interplay as five college friends reminisce over lunch about their days at Mount Holyoke. Approaching a certain age, they evaluate their choices and idealize their youth. We see staged flashbacks depicting the college era and see how life has thwarted the expectations of those days. Aside from Streep, LA Law's Jill Eikenberry is on hand and the invaluable Swoosie Kurtz virtually steals the show in a brash and hilarious performance. Sweet, wistful, and a little sad, this is one of Wasserstein's best.

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf (1982 American Playhouse Production): While this version does differ from stage interpretation, there is no denying that it is still very powerful stuff. It's a shame that it took Tyler Perry to finally bring this story to the big screen in 2010, but that film lacks the real charge and passion necessary to make it essential viewing. This is essential viewing! More a series of poetic sequences spoken by different women than a traditional narrative (although this tries to weave them together more thoroughly than the source material), this play proves the power of the written word and even includes dance and song as storytelling devices. Heartrending and emotionally exhausting, this production has many of the original stage actors as well as recognizable names like Lynn Whitfield and Alfre Woodard.

I didn't mean to do a whole essay, I just thought that the listing was rather incomplete. I love seeing these classics and wanted to encourage a new crop of theater lovers to discover them as well. KGHarris, 6/14


Zotoon Wine Aerator Decanter - Much Easier And Faster Than Decanting - Multi-Stage Aeration - FDA Certified Food Safe Material - Easy to Clean Up - Luxurious Gift Box - Perfect Gift For Wine Lover - 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed: Full Refund If Can't Taste The Difference After Using
Zotoon Wine Aerator Decanter - Much Easier And Faster Than Decanting - Multi-Stage Aeration - FDA Certified Food Safe Material - Easy to Clean Up - Luxurious Gift Box - Perfect Gift For Wine Lover - 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed: Full Refund If Can't Taste The Difference After Using
Offered by Zotoon Group
Price: $39.79

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Lovely Gift Quality Box Contains A Fast And Reliable Aerator, June 19, 2014
If you love your red wine, you know that you have to "let it breathe" as they used to say. To serve a proper bottle, you've got to uncork it at least 15-30 minutes prior to serving it. But while this may not sound like an enormous hardship, I'm not always as forward thinking as I might be--especially if my guests and I are breaking open multiple bottles! Therefore, I have been intrigued with the recent proliferation of wine aerators on the market these days. Seriously, it seems like an outright craze now that so many different models and varieties are available. One of the things that I enjoyed about the Zotoon aerator is the simplicity with which it is used.

There are three distinct stages to the wine aeration with this Zotoon unit:
1) Pour the liquid over the umbrella aerator.
2) It travels through a series of miniature holes.
3) It then goes through an aerator tube.

All you do is pour the wine into the aerator and let it flow directly into your glass. You can actually hear it aerating, and you no longer have to wait to get your drink on! So simple, with consistent and reliable results. I quite love this aerator.

What makes this especially lovely, though, is the gift quality packaging. If you have any wine enthusiasts on your shopping list (for housewarmings, birthdays, Christmas), this is in a sturdy box with a magnetic clasp, has a nice informational pamphlet and even a travel pouch. There is no denying that there are many aerating choices. This, however, is one of the fastest and easiest. KGHarris, 6/14.

Note: I was offered a sample of this product in which to provide an honest review.


Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon
Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon
DVD

4.0 out of 5 stars Rock And Roll Excess Juxtaposed With Extreme Poverty And Religious Fervor: A More Intimate Look At Kings Of Leon, June 19, 2014
When I look at a rock documentary these days, I always wonder how much appeal the movie would have outside a performer or group's regular fan base. Kings of Leon are certainly a talented quartet that have taken the music scene by storm and I definitely think that this inside portrait will appeal to their fan base. A truthful, if somewhat episodic, document of the group's success and back story--Stephen C. Mitchell's "Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon" has a warts-and-all appeal that makes for interesting storytelling. The group has a candor and openness in front of the camera that involves the viewer as a part of the action. But the focus of the movie kind of jumps around with no specific narrative purpose. I still thought this was a vital and alive piece that offers quite a bit of insight into Kings of Leon and the roots that made them who they are today. I don't know if it will necessarily garner new fans--their music, while featured, isn't necessarily a focal point--but it has a satisfying fly-on-the-wall feel for those wishing to understand the boys more personally.

If you are shopping this title, you undoubtedly already know that Kings of Leon is comprised of three Followill brothers (Nathan, Caleb, and Jared) with their cousin (Matthew). While the brothers grew up in a strict Pentecostal upbringing following their preacher father around the country, the main part of their clan resided in rural Oklahoma. The documentary spends almost as much time with the Followill's extended family as it does with the principle group and it's an intriguing approach. The family is dirt poor and still live a meager lifestyle at the outskirts of Oklahoma City. While colorful and wildly eccentric, the film treats these individuals with respect (unlike other filmic representations where they would be looked upon in derision). This poor upbringing, along with the religion and their father's perceived betrayal, affected the boys in their formative years creating a rebelliousness essential to their music.

The film intercuts these family sequences and interviews with Kings of Leon on the road. The boys are thouroughly surprised by their commercial success as they seem to exhibit much contempt for what plays on contemporary radio. The film doesn't shy away from some of the unpleasantness inherent in the lifestyle--the drinking, drugs, squabbles, and ego trips--and the experience is more powerful because of it. The most memorable sequences in the movie are scenes of rock and roll excess juxtaposed with religious mania and iconography. Again, I don't know that "Talihina Sky" will stand as the comprehensive or definitive portrait of Kings of Leon, but it does have an immediacy and intimacy that their fans should eat up. Beware, though, these are real guys. This is no processed Hollywood product and their portrayal is not always flattering. KGHarris, 9/11.


Swann SWDVK-832008-US 3200 8-Channel 960H DVR and 8 Camera Kit (Black)
Swann SWDVK-832008-US 3200 8-Channel 960H DVR and 8 Camera Kit (Black)
Price: $619.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 3 1/2 Stars: A Decent Starter System But As A Wired Network, Installation Offers A Number Of Practical Challenges, June 19, 2014
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It's been so long since I've upgraded a security system, I was looking for something as easy and as intuitive as possible. With plans to install this system into a small business environment, I was eager to embrace the challenge of customizing the perfect placement of all eight cameras as well as the DVR for maximum impact. I spent a full day mapping out angles and locations and with my DIY spirit intact, I went to begin the install. I won't say that the set-up of the Swann Pro-Series 960H Professional Security System is terribly difficult from a technical standpoint, but it is challenging to do right from a practical one! As a wired system (as opposed to a networked one), it takes enormous effort to hide all of the cables. You don't want to telegraph your security system to visitors by having stray wires where they shouldn't be. As a consequence, I ended up buying longer cables and bringing in help to complete the install. Depending on your needs and specifications, this process might be more difficult than you initially think.

The contents of this kit include:

DVR8-3200
1TB Hard Drive (installed)
PRO-642 Cameras x 8
HDMI Cable
BNC Cables 60ft / 18m x 8
Power Adapters
Remote Control
Software CD
USB Mouse
Ethernet Cable
Mounting Screws & Plugs
Operating Instructions
Theft Deterrent Stickers

Setting up the DVR, on the other hand, is a lot more fun than drilling holes all over your walls! The Swann system gives you a number of viable options in recording, viewing and playback. And initialization of the system is done with on-screen prompts so you never really have to cross reference an instructions manual. With the 1TB Hard Drive, you can record up to 30 days of information and backing up data onto a USB is done quickly and conveniently.

There are different ways to view the eight camera set-up on your monitor, as you would expect. You can view one camera full screen, one prominent image with seven other shots minimized around the primary screen, as an equally proportioned four shot, or as an equally proportioned eight shot. I also found it relatively simple to establish the remote viewing connections.

The cameras actually have a decent image quality, even when the monitoring is done in the dark. However, it is clear where cameras are placed in a dark environment. So if someone were so inclined, they would be able to locate and eliminate the cameras fairly easily. The cameras claim to be weather proof as well, but it's not something that I have tested. And the motion detection function on the cameras can be linked to email for instant communication of a disturbance.

Lastly, I have to chime in that Swann (as a corporate entity) has one of the worst customer service hotlines possible. Years ago, a buddy of mine bought a Swann product and regaled me with horror stories about the lack of support. Well, in this case, each box of this product is branded with "The Swann Promise: Lifetime Support 24/7." I called two times during the installation process for technical advice, and each call was interminable and unhelpful. Out of curiosity, I perused many other Swann product reviews to see the exact same complaint on their whole range of products.

In short, this system is appropriate enough for a small business (I think it would be harder to adapt for home use). I'm not entirely sure that I'd call it a professional series, however, but it's a good enough basic unit. It has met my needs in the immediate time frame (I've had it running for three weeks now), but I'm wary of the day when I might actually need Swann support for a major issue. About 3 1/2 stars, all things considered. Just beware. If you aren't technically inclined or fully equipped for installation, you might find the process to be more laborious than the instructions would have you believe. KGHarris, 6/14.
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Mantiques: A Manly Guide to Cool Stuff
Mantiques: A Manly Guide to Cool Stuff
by Eric Bradley
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $19.16
46 used & new from $14.98

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Entertaining Coffee Table Book Filled With Cool Collectibles And Other Oddities, June 19, 2014
I've never really considered myself to be an aficionado of antiques, but I definitely like to collect quirky and interesting items that some might call extremely odd! So maybe, in some ways, I was meant to discover the new coffee table book "Mantiques: A Manly Guide To Cool Stuff" by Eric Bradley. It's a little hard to categorize Bradley's book, so I chose the coffee book moniker with care. While the book does have text of a descriptive and explanatory nature, most of the contents include pictures (with informative and oftentimes entertaining captions) of items that might be considered mantiques. What are mantiques? If it's not readily obvious from the name, they are collectibles that appeal to the manliest of men.

Within the pages of "Mantiques," the chapters break down into several general categories including (1) Vintage Barware, (2) Curiosities and Oddities, (3) Entertainment Memorabilia, (4) Surfing Collectibles, (5) The Vintage Garage, (6) Racy Art, Pulp and Novelties, (7) Collecting Mid-Century Modern, (8) Fashion Accessories, (9) Computers and Other Gadgets, (10) Collecting Victorian Gothic, (11) Hunting and Fishing Items, (12) Guns and Knives, (13) Music Memorabilia, (14) Sports Collectibles, (15) Collecting Tools, and (16) Vintage Video Games.

Bradley introduces each chapter with a 2-3 page article followed by a number of additional pages with photographed examples of items that were sold at auction. It's fun to see not only the items, but what they were worth to prospective collectors. There is quite a bit of very cool stuff, from items that are quite fresh in my memory to others that are absolutely bizarre. Part of the fun of "Mantiques," as well, is that there are enough topics to appeal to just about everyone. For example, I love barware, entertainment and mid-century bachelor pad. I own a sizable collection of original movie posters from the eighties and I even have a replica of the George Nelson & Associates Eye Clock (which looks like an eyeball) from 1957. Others that I have shared the book with, though, each have their own favorite interests from Sports to Autos to Tools.

In truth, I wish that some of the chapters were a bit longer and more in-depth. But this serves as an excellent collection to introduce the concept of Mantiques, which Bradley claims is sweeping the nation. I'm not sure about all that, but this book is colorful, playful and a whole lot of fun. I have had the book for about a month, and have picked it up several times each week to page through the various sections. I have it sitting out and, with its whimsical cover illustration, I don't think I've had one visitor who wasn't intrigued enough to pick it up and peruse its pages as well. Great topic, great execution. Who knew? KGHarris, 6/14.

Note: I was offered a copy of Mantiques by the author in exchange for an honest review.


BelleSha Beauty Sleep Extra Comfortable Sleep Mask
BelleSha Beauty Sleep Extra Comfortable Sleep Mask
Offered by BellaSHA
Price: $14.49
2 used & new from $14.49

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Nice Enough Sleep Mask, If Somewhat Awkward, But Not As Pictured In Listing, June 19, 2014
Contents:
1) Silk sleep mask covering with adjustable elastic strap.
2) Gel Insert mask (not two pieces as shown) attached to a thin elastic band.
3) 2 Earplugs

First, let me say that the BelleSha Beauty Sleep Extra Comfortable Sleep Mask (wow, they might think about shortening that name!) has all the components of a very nice product. Somehow, though, they don't quite work together as seamlessly as I might have hoped. The first thing that I noticed as I opened up the sleep mask is that there is absolutely no packaging and usage information available. Granted, it's not rocket science to assemble a sleep mask, but I think instructions as to what might be done with the gel insert might have been nice. Obviously, it can be chilled. But is it OK to freeze? How about to warm? (As the elastic band has a metal hitch in it, I hope no one decides to pop it into the microwave). Also, the sales listing suggest washing the silk mask before use but the product itself doesn't say that or give you washing instructions. In fact, each product label is written entirely in a foreign language.

That said, I wanted to like this mask. However, I am put off by the fact that the pictured product shows an individual gel pack for each eye and what you get is a full mask. That, in and of itself, isn't a huge issue. I like the mask idea better. But it has a big band on it so that it may be worn independently of the silk covering. When it is inserted into the covering, therefore, it is exceedingly awkward. You've got to stuff that elastic somewhere so you aren't feeling it on your face. It simply doesn't make sense. KGHarris, 6/14.

Note: I was offered a sample of this product in which to provide an honest review.


YazyCraft Soft Cotton Wool Yarn / Skein, 3.6 Oz, 7" * 4" (Stone Grey)
YazyCraft Soft Cotton Wool Yarn / Skein, 3.6 Oz, 7" * 4" (Stone Grey)
Offered by YazyCraft
Price: $7.05

4.0 out of 5 stars Soft And Well Constructed, But I Miss Having Product Information On The Packaging, June 19, 2014
This was my first opportunity to try YazyCraft Soft Cotton Wool Yarn. I typically buy yarn locally when it is needed for upcoming projects and, generally, find something within the Lion Brand label that meets my needs (as that encompasses so many different varieties). Firstly, I'm not sure that I find the listed selling price as very competitive when quality yarn is not particularly difficult to procure. If you are on a budget, this might not be my first suggestion.

I received the YazyCraft yarn in an attractive Seaspray blue color. On the plus side, the yarn is very soft, well constructed, and of decent quality. In texture and thickness, it reminds me of yarn that is generally classified as Baby (if not a tiny bit thicker).

One of the most perplexing things about this yarn, however, is the distinct lack of information once you purchase it. Yes, the sales listing has pertinent information about construction and materials. But once you own it, there is no quick reference as to what it is. I tend to stockpile crafting supplies, and so this is a big miss in my opinion. I want to know exactly what I have on hand. Maybe that's part of why I don't mind browsing for yarn in a retail establishment. I can feel the fibers, read the labels, and bring home different types as required by different projects. So while this isn't a bad product, I miss having standard information available at my fingertips. KGHarris, 6/14.

Note: I was offered a sample of this product in which to provide an honest review.


Good Sense Tussin DM Cough and Chest Congestion , 8 Fluid Ounce
Good Sense Tussin DM Cough and Chest Congestion , 8 Fluid Ounce
Price: $7.00
2 used & new from $7.00

4.0 out of 5 stars A Generic Option For Coughs And Congestion With The Same Active Ingredients As Robitussin, June 18, 2014
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Over the counter medication has become such a competitive marketplace. In the day, it seemed as if name brands such as Robitussin really dominated the choices available. But generic or store brands have really cut the pricing scheme and made the arena more affordable. Good Sense Tussin DM Cough and Chest Congestion is a liquid medication that has the same active ingredients as Robitussin Cough + Chest Congestion DM and works in exactly the same way. So if you can save a few dollars, it's worth it. We go through so much cold and flu medication in my household, that I'm always looking to save money.

The flavoring of Good Sense Tussin DM Cough and Chest Congestion isn't exactly delicious, but it isn't too unpleasant either. The non-drowsy formula allowed me to take this whenever the symptoms were at their worst and it certainly helped that I could dose up every four hours as needed. I recently took this medication when I was in full blown flu mode and desperately needed to be functional at work. With both a Cough Suppressant and an Expectorant, this did keep me clearer. While it didn't totally eliminate my coughing, I could actively feel the difference as my congestion was alleviated. I don't really know what else to say about this Good Sense product. It worked for me, it was less expensive then name brand choices, and I would definitely select it again. It wasn't a miracle product, but it certainly helped keep my coughing in check. KGHarris, 6/14.


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