BRAUER BABY & CHILD COLIC RELIEF
Brauer Baby & Child Colic Relief includes ingredients such as Chamomile and Magnesium Phosphate which are traditionally used in homeopathic medicine to provide temporary relief from the pain, irritability and bloated tummy caused by colic.
Baby & Child Colic may be used from birth: the natural blackcurrant flavour and included oral measuring dropper make it easy to give to your baby.
Temporary relief of pain, irritability and abdominal distension caused by colic.
Each 2 mL dose of Brauer Baby & Child Colic Relief contains 2 μL of each of: Bryonia 30C; Chamomilla 6C; Colocynthis 6C; Mag. phos. 6C.
All Brauer Baby & Child products are free from:
- Artificial colours, flavours and sweeteners
- Gluten and lactose
Infants under 6 months: Give 0.5 mL every half hour for up to 4 doses if required until symptoms abate. May be given 4 hourly thereafter. Infants 6 months and over: Give 1 mL every half hour for up to 4 doses if required until symptoms abate. May be given 4 hourly thereafter. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
Babies don’t come with an instruction manual and sometimes it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what’s wrong. If your young baby has colic, they may cry, have wind or a bloated tummy. If you are concerned about your baby’s health, always talk to your healthcare professional.
- Gently massage your baby’s tummy to relieve pain and help them relax.
- Hold your baby close to you and let them snuggle in or put them in a sling. Then try walking around, swaying or rocking slowly and gently. Try to avoid fast movements or changing positions too many times.
- Getting outside for a walk in the fresh air can be good for both of you. Many babies settle with the rhythm of being pushed in a pram.
- Ask family members and friends to help look after bub so you can have some time out for yourself. Caring for a colicky baby is hard work and you need extra support at this time.
In October 2013 the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) published an evaluation of the scientific evidence for the effectiveness of homeopathy for clinical conditions. This evaluation concluded that there is a paucity of good-quality studies of sufficient size that examine the effectiveness of homeopathy as a treatment for any clinical conditions in humans and that the available evidence is not compelling and fails to demonstrate that homeopathy is an effective treatment for any of the reported clinical conditions in humans.
In response, Australian professional homoeopathic organisations have expressed concern at the acknowledged limitations of the NHMRC evaluation which considered only systematic reviews of homeopathy rather than searching for all individual published studies of homeopathy. They also believed that the NHMRC failed to directly examine submitted evidence and instead relied on what others had found from systematic reviews. In particular, they stated that the NHMRC “named the discredited UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee report as the basis of the NHMRC inquiry” and that it appeared to repeat both the language and opinion of this source.
These homoeopathic bodies submitted for consideration 192 randomised controlled trials of which 96 were positive, 88 were inconclusive and 8 were negative. They expressed concern that the evaluation failed to report on these 96 positive trials, noting that although this evidence may in some instances be of a lower quality, it does not support a conclusion that homoeopathic treatment equates to placebo treatment. In particular, this submission to the NHMRC noted that of 61 trials of homeopathic complexes, 31 were positive, 29 inconclusive and 1 negative.
The homeopathic bodies felt that the NHMRC evaluation ignored such positive findings, effectively distorting the conclusions of many systematic reviews, and excluded observational and outcomes studies that examined effectiveness of treatments in real-world conditions.
The evidence to support the action of homeopathic ingredients in Brauer products featured on this website is based solely on their traditional use through published reports in the traditional homeopathic literature of clinical experience with their use in accordance with the law of similars.
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