Homeopathic Boiron COCYNTAL for BABY COLIC 1 - 6 months, 15 X 1ml
- 0.04 KGS
Cocyntal helps relieve baby colic.
Cocyntal relieves baby colic: abdominal pain, cramps, spasms and intestinal gas. Developed specifically for babies ages 1 to 6 months, Cocyntal’s sterile water–based formulation contains no sugar, no colouring and no preservatives. It is an effective solution for soothing colicky infants – and their parents!
Available in 15 or 30 liquid unit-doses.
How to use
Administer one drinkable unit-dose. If symptoms persist, repeat at 15-minute intervals for up to 2 additional unit-doses. Repeat dosing regimen as required with subsequent episodes of colic symptoms for up to a total of 12 unit-doses per day.
Why choose Cocyntal?
Cocyntal is neutral-tasting and comes packaged in sterile, drinkable and unbreakable unit-doses, making it an easy-to-administer, fast-acting way to soothe colic symptoms. No mixing, no measuring, no fuss! And because they’re a cinch to tote, they’re a must for your travel bag as well as your home medicine cabinet.
Administer one drinkable unit-dose. If symptoms persist, repeat at 15-minute intervals for up to 2 additional doses. Generally symptoms resolve within 1 to 3 doses. To administer a unit-dose, twist cap to open and squeeze entire contents into mouth. Repeat dosing regimen as required with subsequent episodes of symptoms. Maximum 12 doses per day.
• CARBO VEGETABILIS 5CH
• COLOCYNTHIS 9CH
• CUPRUM METALLICUM 5CH
If your child has a fever or if symptoms persist or worsen for more than 48 hours, consult a health care practitioner.
Colic is paroxysms of crying and irritability in an infant. Although the term “colic” suggests an intestinal origin, etiology is unknown.
Colic may begin soon after bringing the baby home, but it more often begins a few weeks after birth and spontaneously improves between 3 and 4 months of age. Paroxysms of crying and unhappiness develop at roughly the same time of day or night and continue for hours for no apparent reason. A few infants cry almost incessantly. Excessive crying may cause aerophagia, which results in flatulence and abdominal distention.