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Colic for Infant and Newborn Colic

Updated on February 8, 2018
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My work with top natural health professionals and experience as a fitness instructor teach me health tips that I am proud to share.

iBaba contains ingredients in a homeopathic formulation that is soothing, helpful, and safe for even newborns. Like most parents be smart and check with a doctor who supports homeopathic treatments.

When your baby has gas and is fretful, iBaba will help your baby find that happy place and become peaceful. The tummy hurts and your baby is crying. You simply give iBaba a try and see if it works. It worked for my little girl. She became happy and I was so relieved.

For me, choosing remedies for my baby is nerve-wracking, to say the least. I came to terms with using homeopathic remedies because I witnessed the healthy benefits. I felt wiser. The product reenforces its viability by scientifically testing and proving the solution works.

Why would I not want the best for my child? The answer is easy - I do want the best treatment for my baby. iBaba contains only homeopathic ingredients. Chamomilla (6C) is a recognized homeopathic remedy for both infant colic and teething. Mag. Phos (6C) is an effective and tender homeopathic painkiller and is regularly recommended to easily and safely treat cramping pain. What is so wonderful about this homeopathic painkiller is that it is suitable for all ages including babies and newborns.

I have found that homeopathic remedies are effective because they strengthen the child’s body to heal itself in a natural way.

Help your baby or newborn feel better quickly, effectively and safely by using iBaba homeopathic remedy. Your baby will feel much better, you will feel much better and both of you will get a good night’s sleep


How safe is iBaba to use?

I looked into this product and found that iBaba is recommended by doctors because it contains no alcohol or artificial ingredients, unlike other colic remedies. It is important to follow the directions for the safest and best results.

How does iBaba work?

At the first signs of colic, take a pinch of granules and allow them to dissolve on the baby’s tongue for quick relief. Improvement should be noticeable within 5 to 10 minutes.

One or two doses is usually all that is needed. If necessary, iBaba can be repeated every 20 minutes after each dose for up to 10 doses.

Does iBaba Colic Formula have any side effects that should concern parents?

Nope. iBaba does not have any side effects because it is 100% natural and homeopathic. iBaba Formula has a high safety profile and in the main is very well tolerated without any side effects. The formula is designed to be safe and effective for even newborns.

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I massaged my baby often while her body was growing, and she never had colic after and was a happy baby.


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Italy Successful Study

I stumbled across some interesting and helpful information about Colic, which categorizes high on the list of medical paradoxes. A study came out of Italy and is helping babies and mothers.

Colicky babies are inclined to have a lower number of probiotics their digestive systems. Ninety colicky babies were treated with daily drops of either a probiotic known as L. reuteri or simethicone drops. Simethicone is a common treatment for gas.

After the treatment using simethicone drops, less than five percent of the babies still had discomfort. Which means, most of the babies receiving the probiotic had hardly any colic symptoms after 7 days. The good news is that more doctors in Italy are using this treatment. But, there is no report that U.S. doctors are using this treatment.

Keep in mind, L. reuteri is a trustworthy probiotic found in most yogurts. I hope to hear about further testing because there are other varieties of lactobacillus that could develop into a colic treatment of the future in the U.S. and other countries as well.

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      Kenna McHugh 

      9 months ago from Northern California

      Jada, you are welcome. Thank you, again, for reading my article.

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      Kenna McHugh 

      9 months ago from Northern California

      Jada, Yes. But, not like a job or contracted writer.

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      Kenna McHugh 

      9 months ago from Northern California

      Jada, Thank you for reading my article. I agree, finding herbal remedies for infants is heaven sent.

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      Kenna McHugh 

      9 months ago from Northern California

      Jada, Thank you for reading my article. I agree, finding herbal remedies for infants is heaven sent.


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