Baby Teething Powder
Baby Teething Powder
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About This Product
For the relief of the discomfort and restlessness of teething in babies and children. Helps calm and soothe.
The average baby cuts their first tooth between six and nine months. Swelling or red gums can indicate teething pains. The child may drool, put objects in their mouth, have very red cheeks and can be very distressed.
• No synthetic preservatives.
Directions for Use:
Give 1/4 level 5mL teaspoon (equiv.1g) of powder in a teaspoonful of warm water, or can be given straight to babies used to eating solids, 3 to 4 times daily throughout the period of teething, or as directed by your health care professional. Can be given as often as every 15 minutes for up to 6 doses if required.
• Mix powder with a little lukewarm water or breast milk and give to baby with a dropper. The mixture will not fully dissolve.
• Mix powder with a little lukewarm water or breast milk, create a paste and rub directly onto the gums.
• Apply powder directly onto the gums.
If symptoms persist, consult your health care professional.
Keep all medicines out of reach of children.
Store below 30°C, away from direct sunlight and strong smelling substances.
Contains equal parts of homoeopathic ingredients: Chamomilla root 20x; Conchae 6x; in lactose base.
About This Brand
Weleda is the world’s leading manufacturer of certified natural and organic skin care and one of the best-known providers of anthroposophic pharmaceuticals. Started in 1921 by humanitarian and philosopher Rudolf Steiner, Weleda’s aim is to maintain, support and restore human health. We do this with pride, and with social, environmental and economic responsibility. Weleda has received prestigious awards for our commitment to sustainability.
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