Lee's Save The Baby Vapor Rub

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Curly Says:
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My grandmother, mother, and myself have used Save The Baby on our children's as a warm chest rub. I would put a T-shirt on them. I have also rubbed it on my husband's and my chest over our lung area front and back then wore a T-shirt to bed. No matter how sick with a cold or congestion we were, we would sleep through the night. What was really great about this chest rub is that it never got you cold. I have used Vick Vapor Rub and it makes your chest cold. Four generations of my family have used Save The Baby Vapor Rub and now that I have grandchildren and greatgrandchildren;one of which has croupey nights, I have searched many Pharmacies around and have been unable to find any. Would it be possible to order it from LEE'S Save the Baby vapor rub?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Curly! How are you?

It is available online for ordering from several sites. The FDA does warn that due to the ingredients you should be very careful to make sure children don't swallow it.

Many people have been looking for it, so it seems that someone chose to bring it back to market.

Is anyone else still looking for this?

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Curly Says:
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What online places can I order Lee's Save the Baby liquid chest rub? The 4 generations using Save the Baby used it warm-chest rub, T-shirt and NEVER had anyone ingest the warm rub.

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Granny loisbodie Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Yes, we used Save the Baby for 3 generation's and would love to purchase it for my Grandbabies. Thank you to anyone who could get me the web pages.

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Deb Says:
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Re: Curly (# 2)

Ely drugs online store had it. Expensive but that's were I get mine

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Teddie Says:

Re: Verwon (# 1)

This old Grammy needs Save the Baby for my asthmatic grandson. I have a tiny bit left (from the 50's I think) but need a fresh bottle. Where do I buy it?

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