Babies normally cry when they're wet, hungry, frightened, or tired, but a baby with colic cries excessively – often at the same time of day (usually in the late afternoon or evening).
Lily Toma, founder of Giselle&I and mother of six, has recently transformed her family's secret recipe for infants with tummy troubles into a Australian Government Department of Health approved product – Soothe Me Baby tea.
Soothe Me Baby is a delightful, simple and easy approach to treating colic and wind for infants and children.
This all-natural tea is proven to provide relief from colic, stomach pains, nausea, bloating, wind, indigestion and any related gastrointestinal discomforts in babies as young as 1 month old to children as old as 10 yrs old.
It contains an active ingredient, organic Pimpinella Anisum, which acts as a gastrointestinal relaxant to help eliminate and expel gas.
Unlike other colic and wind relief products, Soothe Me Baby tea is a powder formula that instantly dissolves in boiling water, eliminating the need to carry tea strainers and large medicine bottles in your bag.
Soothe Me Baby tea has been packaged in lightweight, beautifully designed sachets, so you can rest assured knowing your baby’s discomfort will be taken care of!
To purchase (10 sachets in a box), BUY HERE. (FREE Shipping on all orders Australia wide).
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