In this post, I thought of sharing my personal experience giving Shiruto to my youngest daughter.
One day back in end of February 2019, my youngest daughter who is 5 years old came back from her kindergarten.
It was a normal weekday. She had her lunch at my parent’s place and then she took a nap. It was a normal weekday routine.
When my daughter woke up from her nap, I noticed she had a slight temperature on her body.
She was feeling moody and I thought…oh no, she is coming down with a fever.
Kids having a fever is a normal occurance that we parents have to deal with.
Previously whenever my children have a fever, I will give them 5 ml of liquid Uphamol.
Uphamol contains Parecetamol and normally whenever my children has a fever, I will give to them once every 4 hours.
This time I wanted try if Shiruto could help to relieve my daughter’s fever.
I have read many testimonials on Facebook claiming Shiruto helped to relieve their flu symptoms.
I wanted to know if it will help with my daughter’s fever.
So, I gave my youngest daughter a pack of 1 gram Shiruto sachet to consume.
She then eat a light dinner, showered and went to sleep.
In the next morning, I could still feel a slight fever on my daughter’s body and I decided to give her another sachet of Shiruto.
By evening time, my youngster daughter is back to her normal self.
Previously whenever my daughter has a fever, it will usually lead to a cough, running nose and then sore throat.
If the syptoms did not went away after 2 days, I would have no choice but to take her to the pediatrician near my house.
A trip to the clinic will cost at least RM90!
This time around, I am quite pleased that Shiruto did managed to clear my daughter’s fever and saving us a trip to the doctor.
Thank you for reading this short article and I hope my sharing was informative to you.
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