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Cham Rad 3x Colic Drops

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Product Specialties
Good Ingredients Approved
Palm Oil Free
New Zealand Made
Baby Friendly
GMO Free
Child Friendly
Artificial Colour Free
Artificial Sweetener Free
BPA-Free Packaging
Recyclable Packaging
Vegetarian
Sugar Free
Fair Trade
GMP Manufactured
Synthetic Preservative Free
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Highlights
Weleda Cham Rad 3x Colic Drops helps relieve colic in babies and children.
 
As they contain alcohol, Weleda does not actively promote the drops and prefers to recommend the Baby Colic Powder which does not contain alcohol. However, Weleda produces the drops because some parents find them more convenient than the powders, and easier to administer when their baby is really distraught.
 
 
  • If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.
  • Keep all medicines out of reach of children.
  • Store below 30° C, away from direct sunlight and strong smelling substances.
Babies/Children: Give 5 drops, in water, every 15 to 30 minutes for up to 6 doses or until colic subsides, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

As a preventative one dose may be given before feeding.
Contains1ml/1ml:

Matricaria recutita, decoction of fresh root juice 3x

In water/ethanol base. (alcohol 20% - 1 drop alcohol in a 5 drop dose).

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Kim
10-05-2013 00:16:03
This product helped baby settle aft...
10-05-2013 00:16:03
This product helped baby settle after a REALLY rough middle of the night due to teething, and put him into a few good solid hours of sleep. However, I don't think he likes the taste and when we've tried to give to him again he wouldn't take it. The alcohol does smell pretty strong so we are wary of giving too much, as precautions say. It is a stronger alternative to the colic powder.
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