Patient Comments: Colic in Babies - Treatments

Question:What treatment has been effective for your child's colic?

Comment from: jennywest224, 0-2 Female (Caregiver) Published: May 20

I have been giving Babies' Magic tea to my colicky child and got him soothed instantly. This home remedy is safe for newborns.

Comment from: happymummy, 3-6 Female (Caregiver) Published: June 24

Babies' Magic Tea has been very effective for my son's colic.

Comment from: Casey, 0-2 Female (Caregiver) Published: February 17

The treatment that was very effective for my child's colic is Babies' Magic Tea, I tried other medicines before that and they didn't work.

Comment from: SamJoe, 0-2 Female (Caregiver) Published: April 05

I am a baby / toddler reflexologist and in my experience of treating baby with reflexology for colic / baby reflux, constipation has been amazing. This gentle method of foot reflexology is taught to parents and caregivers to bond with and ease many first month baby issues. The calmness and bonding that these simple techniques create is wonderful. This is a definite tool that all parents should learn. You can view many different at home techniques on 'you tube'. It is also wonderful for toddlers on their hands or feet, it can help with calming a terrible two's toddler ! or to help with immune boosters, coughs, colds asthma, anxiety, separation stress. Enjoy it, you will love giving and your baby will love it...

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