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1.A cookbook filled with delicious soup recipes for when your under-the-weather-self is craving a hot bowl of soup, but not the canned kind.
3.An electric kettle that'll keep you brewing tea all day long, since tea is practically nature's medicine.
4.A 40-pack of assorted tea bags for ensuring you always have a delicious mix of flavored teas to choose from. After all, drinking the same flavor cup after cup can get boring quickly.
5.A two-pack of cute cat mugs to sip your hot beverages out of and make you smile when nothing else can while you're sick.
6.A four-pack of wool socks that'll keep your feetsies cozy and warm, not to mention super cute with their pretty designs.
7.A humidifier for adding some much-needed moisture into the air — your dry AF, itchy, red, sore nose is gonna be so thankful.
8.A comfy pajama set to wear on your sick days spent at home. I mean really, please do your entire office or school a favor, and stay home and relax when you're sick!!!
9.A 24-pack of Gatorade that'll replenish your body with electrolytes when the stomach bug is dehydrating the heck out of you.
10.A two-pack of cocoa butter lip balm for moisturizing and soothing dry, rough lips. I own this amazing product, and can honestly say I refuse to even use a different lip balm than this, it's AMAZING and lasts a long time!
11.A three-pack of cough drops to provide some comfort to the sorest of throats. Plus, they come in three different flavors so you won't get bored by the same ole flavor each time.
13.A 12-pack of ginger ale cans for keeping on-hand when you need something to help settle an upset tummy.
14.A gel ice pack to provide some relief to achy bones and muscles when pain-relief medicine just isn't cutting it.
15.A can of chicken noodle soup that'll be ready to eat in just a couple of minutes, prepared either over the stove or in the microwave, because everyone knows there is nothing like a hot bowl of chicken noodle the second the sniffles hit.
16.A soup mug for easily heating up and bringing soup on-the-go. Just because you're headed back to work after a week of staying home with the sniffles, doesn't mean you have to give up a comforting meal.
17.A digital thermometer to quickly get an accurate body temperature reading so you can make doctor appointments and take medicine dosages accordingly.
18.A travel tea infuser bottle that'll allow you to not only bring your tea on the go, but literally *make it* on the go. Now your tired, under-the-weather body can spend a few extra minutes in bed.