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Colic & Gas Pain Herbal Tincture

  • A mild herb for calming restless children; for childhood nausea, colic, fevers. Digestive upsets with stress: nervous indigestion, nausea, gas, irritable bowel syndrome. 
  • A mild herb for calming restless children; for childhood nausea, colic, fevers. Digestive upsets with stress: nervous indigestion, nausea, gas, irritable bowel syndrome. 
  • A mild herb for calming restless children; for childhood nausea, colic, fevers. Digestive upsets with stress: nervous indigestion, nausea, gas, irritable bowel syndrome. 
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Colic & Gas Pain Herbal Tincture

Colic is a peculiar condition that affects some children in a way that is uncomfortable and they sometimes have unexplained bouts of vigorous and persistent crying, during which they cannot be consoled in any manner. The Greeks believe this condition lies somewhere in the digestive system and the name "colic" reflects the belief, it is a Greek word meaning, large intestine. It is quite normal for babies to go through some stage in their development. The condition can affect infants in the first three or four months of life, and often begins in the first three weeks after birth. The pain caused by excess gas in the stomach is increased by  swallowed air. This form of gas well may be the most severe type of pain that the infant has ever experienced in their short life. Colic may be accompanied by other symptoms, such as body clenched fists, arched back, a tense and distended tummy along with behavior that seems inconsolable. They may flail or pull their knees up to their chest. One way of helping is to bicycle softly pushing the legs back toward the tummy. And parents must learn to deal with their own emotions and maintain confidence in their ability to deal with a colicky infant and affirm their relationship with their child, not blaming themselves for the condition. This self assurance is an important aspect of dealing with infant colic, as the psychological strains may rob a parent of all confidence in their abilities to deal effectively with their newborn baby.

Catnip is often recommended for children for its soothing, calming properties. A major constituent in Catnip, nepelactone, is similar to chemical contained in Valerian root and works as a mild sedative to insure a good night's sleep. Catnip and Fennel liquid herbs are a synergistic combination of two time-honored botanicals that primarily support the digestive and nervous system. Catnip is also a great source of vitamins A, C, and the B complex. It also contains magnesium, manganese, sodium, phosphorus and a trace of sulfur. It is an excellent herbal remedy for excess gas in the belly and holds both antispasmodic and carminative qualities, to still the cramps of gas bubbles, moving them along and out

Peppermint contains a carminative oil which reduces gas in the stomach or intestines, and helpful in the relief of colic. It also reduces inflammation in the bowels and lessens gas production. Due to its calming and numbing effects, it also helps to reduce flatulence and other digestive conditions. Peppermint actually expedites the emptying of the stomach and enhances the digestive process. The main ingredient is the volatile oil menthol, giving it the characteristic cooling and cleansing feeling. 

Lobelia leaf acts on the regulating centers of the body such as the circulation, digestive, hormonal and central nervous systems. It has been used throughout history in midwifery, to relax the pelvic muscles. And is still used today to calm the nerves and act as a natural sedative. It has also been used as an emetic, expectorant, relaxant, antispasmodic, sialogogue and diaphoretic. It is in no sense a narcotic but it reacts profoundly on the nervous, circulatory system and there is a sense of marked relaxation so that the stomach may release gas or colic. It has been proven to be helpful for hyperactivity, spastic bowel, swelling and ulcers.

Ingredients: Catnip, Peppermint, Lobelia herb, Fennel Seed, Chamomile and Certified Grain Alcohol.

Instructions: Use 3 to 5 drops in juice or water for children and 6 to 12 drops in juice or water, under the tongue or as desired, for adults. May be taken three times daily. The dosage may be reduced to two times a day when the intensity of the colic attacks subside. Shake well. Store in a cool, dark place. Keep out of reach of children.

GMO-Free: All our herbs and products are free of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).

This tincture will arrive in a 2 fluid ounce amber glass bottle with black dropper. Please read bottle label for recommended dosage and read the information insert mailed with your tincture. Take with water or juice. Shake well prior to use. To maximize shelf life please store upright in a cool, dark location.

Precautions:  Currently, there are no known warnings or contraindications with the use of Catnip Herbal Supplement. Although Catnip effects on humans speaks volumes about the health benefits, pregnant women should not take Catnip in any form. This is because it induces contractions of the uterus, which may cause miscarriage.

Disclaimer:  The information presented herein by Maus’ Mountain Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.



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