Colic Tincture

Colic Tincture

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*Calms & soothes colic babies & helps to sleep

*These herbs support the body’s own process to stay at the peak of vitality and prevent the development of disease.

Research on some ingredients:

Astragalus: Hyperactivity. A tonic herb that boosts immune function and strengthens resistance to disease. It increases the activity of infection-fighting white blood cells and boosts the production of interferon, an antiviral agent. Astragalus is used to prevent colds and flu and to restore immune strength once an illness is over.

Catnip: Calming. Colic. Irritability. Teething. Stimulates digestive secretions. Settles upset stomach. Calms nerves. Induces sleep.

Chamomile:  Calming. Hyperactivity. Restlessness. Sedative. One of the safest medicinal plants. With its antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and carminative properties, this tonic herb is used for a variety of things. As a gentle sedative and nerve tonic, chamomile can help children to get the rest they need. It helps with gas, stomach cramps, diarrhea, colic, or any other stomach upset. Nervousness. Hyperactivity. Cold. Flu. Fussy & distressed.

Dandelion: Stagnation & phlegm. Blood purifier. Flushes toxins from kidneys. Supports liver. Skin conditions. Poor appetite. Food allergies. Blood sugar problems.

Dill Seed: Colic

Echinacea: good time to use echinacea (two or three times a day) is when you know your child

Elder berries: Prevents excess mucous production. Mild laxative. Decongestion. Anti-viral. Fever. Inflammation.

Fennell: Colic, Stomach-ache. Carminative & soothing for colicky babies. Gas. Indigestion. Nausea. Intestinal spasms. Pain. Cleans liver. Normalizes appetite. Mild expectorant.

Frangula Bark: Teething

Goats Rue: Teething

Lemon Balm: Calming

Marshmallow Root: Hyperactivity & building mucus membranes

Nettle: relieves the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies

Peppermint: Respiratory congestion. Headaches related to digestive upset. Calms upset stomach. Nausea. Diarrhea. Colic.

Red clover: Stagnation & phlegm.

Skullcap: Insomnia

Slippery elm: Nourishing. Gastro-intestinal irritation. Diarrhea.

Yarrow: Highly anti-inflammatory. Heals wounds, colds, fever, toothache, upset stomach, infections.

Vervain: Colic. Relaxes the body. Clears waste. Eases tension, fever, pain, colds, flu, cramps, constipation, insomnia, and jaundice. Swelling.

Yarrow: High anti-inflammatory

*Calms & soothes colic babies & helps to sleep

*These herbs support the body’s own process to stay at the peak of vitality and prevent the development of disease.

Research on some ingredients:

Astragalus: Hyperactivity. A tonic herb that boosts immune function and strengthens resistance to disease. It increases the activity of infection-fighting white blood cells and boosts the production of interferon, an antiviral agent. Astragalus is used to prevent colds and flu and to restore immune strength once an illness is over.

Catnip: Calming. Colic. Irritability. Teething. Stimulates digestive secretions. Settles upset stomach. Calms nerves. Induces sleep.

Chamomile:  Calming. Hyperactivity. Restlessness. Sedative. One of the safest medicinal plants. With its antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and carminative properties, this tonic herb is used for a variety of things. As a gentle sedative and nerve tonic, chamomile can help children to get the rest they need. It helps with gas, stomach cramps, diarrhea, colic, or any other stomach upset. Nervousness. Hyperactivity. Cold. Flu. Fussy & distressed.

Dandelion: Stagnation & phlegm. Blood purifier. Flushes toxins from kidneys. Supports liver. Skin conditions. Poor appetite. Food allergies. Blood sugar problems.

Dill Seed: Colic

Echinacea: good time to use echinacea (two or three times a day) is when you know your child

Elder berries: Prevents excess mucous production. Mild laxative. Decongestion. Anti-viral. Fever. Inflammation.

Fennell: Colic, Stomach-ache. Carminative & soothing for colicky babies. Gas. Indigestion. Nausea. Intestinal spasms. Pain. Cleans liver. Normalizes appetite. Mild expectorant.

Frangula Bark: Teething

Goats Rue: Teething

Lemon Balm: Calming

Marshmallow Root: Hyperactivity & building mucus membranes

Nettle: relieves the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies

Peppermint: Respiratory congestion. Headaches related to digestive upset. Calms upset stomach. Nausea. Diarrhea. Colic.

Red clover: Stagnation & phlegm.

Skullcap: Insomnia

Slippery elm: Nourishing. Gastro-intestinal irritation. Diarrhea.

Yarrow: Highly anti-inflammatory. Heals wounds, colds, fever, toothache, upset stomach, infections.

Vervain: Colic. Relaxes the body. Clears waste. Eases tension, fever, pain, colds, flu, cramps, constipation, insomnia, and jaundice. Swelling.

Yarrow: High anti-inflammatory

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