The arrival of a new baby should be a joyful, positive experience
However, for families whose babies suffer the devastating pains and discomfort caused by colic, gas and reflux, this experience quickly becomes stressful,confusing and frustrating.
Since its introduction in 1999, Colic-Ease gripewater safely and gently provides the most trusted and effective non-drug relief of colic, gas and reflux to thousands of babies and families worldwide.
Thanks to Colic-Ease gripe water, the "simply wait it out" method or overuse of harsh drugs is a thing of the past.
Relief of stomach issues caused by:
Ingredients in Colic-Ease:
Dill Weed Seed Oil, Caraway Seed Oil, Cinnamon Bark Oil, Clove Bud Oil, Cardamom Seed Oil
Other important ingredients in addition to essential oils:
*Deionised Water (allows Colic-Ease to be ingested in liquid form, not as a pill or capsule).
*Fructose (fruit sugar, used instead of sucrose)
*Polysorbate 80 - functions as an emulsifier, holding water and oils in suspension (insuring that each dose has the correct ratio of water and herbal oil - so there is no need to "shake" before using).
*Sodium Benzoate-proven protection against bacteria and fungal growth,
*Potassium Sorbate-proven protection against mold and yeast growth
Only the Colic-Ease gripe water is a purely herbal remedy consisting of five essential oils. Each of these oils contain properties that when combined, allow Colic-Ease to address the broadest range of symptoms. Colic-Ease has a full 7 ounces (200 ml), the brand with sodium has only 4 ounces and the brand with charcoal has only 2 ounces! Colic-Ease brand lasts the longest unopened at 3 years and opened at 6 months!
American made FDA lab tested formula brought to you with care and the highest quality. Conversely, other gripe water brands rely on the effect of non-herbal ingredients (i.e. sodium bicarbonate or charcoal/vegetable carbons) in their formulas.
It is equally important to note that Colic-Ease DOES NOT CONTAIN any of the following ingredients: NO Drugs NO Alcohol NO Sodium Bicarbonate NO Charcoal, Sucrose or Sorbitol NO Glycerin, Soy, Gluten, Starch, Dairy Products NO Wheat, Sodium Bisulfate, Yeast, Artificial Flavors, Sweeteners or Colors.
What other names is Activated Charcoal known by? Activated Carbon, Animal Charcoal, Carbon, Carbo Vegetabilis, Charcoal, Gas Black, Lamp Black, Medicinal Charcoal, Vegetable Carbon, Vegetable Charcoal. All are the same.
For uses other than for treatment of poisoning. Charcoal has also been used to treat other intestinal disorders such as diarrhea, constipation, and cramps. There are few studies to support these uses and there are also concerns that Frequent use of charcoal may decrease absorption of essential nutrients, especially in children.
Charcoal should NOT be used in children under three years of age to treat diarrhea or gas.
Charcoal should not be given for more than three or four days for treatment of diarrhea. Continuing for longer periods may interfere with normal nutrition.
Charcoal binds to other drugs and reduces their effectiveness, which could become dangerous.
*Some activated charcoal products contain sorbitol. Sorbitol is a sweetener as well as a laxative, therefore, it may cause severe diarrhea and vomiting. These products should not be used in infants.
*Parents should not mix charcoal with chocolate syrup, sherbet, or ice cream, even though it may make charcoal taste better. These foods may prevent charcoal from working properly.
*Activated charcoal may cause swelling or pain in the stomach. It has been known to cause problems in people with intestinal bleeding, blockage or those people who have had recent surgery. These patients should talk to their doctor before using this product.
*Charcoal may be less effective in people with slow digestion.
*Pain or swelling of the stomach may occur. Doctor should be consulted.
*Charcoal is black and stains before during and after digestion. Diapers, bibs, clothes and skin all can become stained with the black charcoal.