Thursday, February 1, 2018

Hoarse voice? Try Voice37

Singing is one of my favorite things to do. I was in choir every year I could. Every year, dreaming of being in the show choir instead. Singing alone is just something I can't do unless I absolutely have to. Honestly, it terrifies me.


Karaoke with friends is always fun and of course a bit of Youtube and a hair brush at home. There are very few people I will sing in front of and some days I won't even sing in front of them. I just don't have the confidence. Now I have a different problem, a chronic cough. Some days I can sing and some days, I am so hoarse it sounds horrible. When I got the chance to try this, I new I had to. Singing helps my depression, life wouldn't be the same without it.


Voice37 is a liquid that you put into your food or drink. It went into a glass of pop the very first time, and that was the last time. In food, it's A ok with me. My husband on the other hand claims he can't taste much of anything. Maybe it's just me.


The first testing of Voice37 went well. After 10 songs, my voice was nice and hoarse. At this point, the music usually goes off and I'm done for at least a few days. This time, I drugged up my oatmeal with a vial of Voice37. A little while later, I was able to sing like it was the first song of the day again.


Voice37 helped with the hoarsness in my voice and it helped me to sing. I had my doubts, honestly, I didn't think it would work at all. Voice37 definitely did its job and it definitely impressed me. If you're a singer, you need to pick up a box of Voice37. You can find the link below.

https://clyor.com/voice37

Voice37 helped me, what helps you when you sing? For those of you with asthma, how has it affected your singing? Please let me know below. Have an amazing day everyone and I hope your 2018 is great so far!

I received this product in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own regardless of price.

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