Drug-free health and wellness support for your patients — from newborns to big kids.
Why Zarbee’s Naturals?
More and more parents are looking for simple and safe ways to support their children’s health.
That’s why Dr. Zak Zarbock, a pediatrician and father, founded Zarbee’s Naturals. After reading a compelling clinical study showing dark honey's effectiveness at calming coughs associated with hoarseness, dry throat, and irritants,* Dr. Zarbock developed his first honey-based kids’ cough syrup. He kept it free of unwanted additives like alcohol, drugs, and artificial flavors — so parents could feel confident giving it to their kids.
CAREFULLY SELECTED INGREDIENTS
SAFE AND EFFECTIVE
NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS
NO ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS
NO EGGS, DAIRY, OR PEANUTS
Today, Zarbee’s Naturals offers a wide range of drug-free health and wellness products, in addition to our cough syrups, all made from carefully selected ingredients. Explore our full line here.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
‡IQVIA Survey Data, 2021.
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