College Students Get Ready for Spring Break Germ "Invasion"

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GermBullet Nasal Inhaler helps reduce cold and flu germs and bacteria set to attack vacationers heading for spring break's hottest locations -

Ammunition against travel-related cold and flus

“For anyone who is traveling, GermBullet is the ideal solution to help prevent colds and flu germs invading your body," said Jim Whidden, spokesman for Flu & Cold Defense, LLC, makers of the GermBullet nasal inhaler.

Hundreds of thousands of college students are itching for spring break. For most, that means March 7-18, but some get their 'spring' break as early as mid-Feb. Whenever the welcome breather arrives, they will be racing to the nearest airports, bus terminals and train stations bound for warm weather 'hot spots.' Many families sorely in need of vacations from the icy Midwest and frozen northeast states will be joining the students in packed airplanes, trains and buses.

For all these unsuspecting travelers, the air in whatever transports them is a hothouse filled with bacteria, cold and flu germs ready to invade their bodies and turn what was supposed to be a happy, fun time into sheer misery. In fact, according to the findings of a study published in the Journal of Environmental Health Research, travelers are over 100 times more likely to catch a cold on an airplane than they are on the ground.

All that is about to change for smart spring breakers and families that want to arrive at their destinations and be able enjoy their vacations. An amazing new must have product that's ideal for travelers called the GermBullet Nasal Inhaler has been introduced that protects against respiratory germs before, during and after exposure, especially in crowded spaces, such as airplanes, buses and trains.

Available at a leading drug store chain and airport convenience shops, Germ Bullet contains a proprietary broad-spectrum germ-fighting formula of eleven certified organic and wild-grown botanicals. When inhaled, the blend reduces the number of germs that your body's defense mechanisms and immune system must overcome.

Pocket sized and easy to use, the GermBullet vapor inhaler provides extra defense against cold and flu viruses. In virological laboratory tests at Bioscience Laboratories, GermBullet Inhalation Formula killed and inhibited flu virus and cold virus at minute concentrations without affecting human cells. In microbiological laboratory tests at Nova Southeastern University, the germ-fighting Inhalation Formula killed illness-causing bacteria, harmful fungus and mold.

"For anyone who is traveling, GermBullet is the ideal solution to help prevent colds and flu germs invading your body," said Jim Whidden, spokesman for Flu & Cold Defense, LLC, makers of the GermBullet nasal inhaler. "You can take vitamins and minerals, and the vitamin C products for travelers are good too, but GermBullet delivers extra protection by reducing germs entering the nose to give your body's defense mechanisms and immune system less germs to fight. It has been proven to help defend against cold and flu germs and bacteria that can ruin a vacation."

Readers who are interested learning more about the amazing new GermBullet for extra ammunition in the fight against cold and flu germs should visit http://www.germbullet.com.

About GermBullet
GermBullet's broad spectrum Inhalation Formula of 11 botanicals has been scientifically proven in-vitro to help protect against germs that may cause cold and flu, as well as illness-causing bacteria, harmful fungus and mold. Demand for the protective GermBullet Inhalation Formula in liquid form has increased dramatically in recent years and the product is now available in a convenient portable On-the Go inhaler format at pharmacies, health food stores, airports and other travel terminals as well as at http://www.germbullet.com. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate or prevent disease. GermBullet is a product of Flu & Cold Defense, LLC.

EDITOR'S NOTE: To arrange an interview with a representative of GermBullet, or to obtain more information about GermBullet, please contact Nancy Trent or Pam Wadler at 212-966-0024 or send an email to pam (at) trentandcompany dot) com.

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