Mama Natura® - Naturally effective treatments developed especially for babies and children.
The natural way to treat theething pain, colics, restlessness and sleep disorders, tummy ache, attention and concentration deficits and avoid infections of your baby and child.
Colikind®* for INFANTILE COLIC
Colikind®* is a homeopathic complex medicine for the relief of infantile colic and trapped gas.
Symptoms improve significantly or stop when using Colikind®*. Research shows that after only a few days there is less crying, less disturbed sleep and a better appetite.
Give three drops of Colikind®* to your baby up to six times a day when colic first appears, and then reduce the dose to three times a day once symptoms have started to improve.
Its liquid formulation makes it easy to give Colikind®*, putting the drops directly into baby’s mouth, or by using a small (plastic) spoon or syringe if preferred.
Colikind®* helps ease baby’s discomfort safely, gently & effectively. Supporting treatments are:
Carrying / rocking / jiggling the baby
Provide gentle warmth
Try baby massage: gently massage the belly of your baby with two fingers in a clockwise circular motion
When you're a new mom or dad, it can be a huge challenge to parent a baby who's always cranky. Friends may say your baby is "colicky."
What’s going on and how can you make it through this?
What Is Colic?
Colic is a bit of a mystery. The term applies to any healthy, well-fed infant who cries more than 3 hours a day, more than 3 days a week, for more than 3 weeks. Here's what we know about it:
Colic is likely to start around age 2 weeks if your infant is full-term (or later if premature).
It almost always goes away on its own by 3 or 4 months.
Your baby's sex and birth order, and whether you breast- or bottle-feed, don’t affect it.
Kids who had colic as babies are no different from those who didn’t.
Dentokind® Teething Gel for TEETHING
Teething occurs when your baby's first set of teeth, called primary teeth, break through the gums. Teething usually begins around 6 months of age. But it is normal for teething to start at any time between 3 months and 12 months of age. By the time your child is about 3 years old, he or she will have all 20 primary teeth. Some babies are fussier than usual when they are teething.
Dentokind® Teething gel is a unique combination product based on Mallow Leave Extract and Panthenol. Dentokind® Teething gel helps in soothing and caring the gums during the eruption of teeth in babies and children.
The ingredients of the formula are selected with respect to the purpose of hydration and soothing of oral mucosa.
Supporting treatments are:
Rub or massage baby's gums with a clean finger
Offer teething aids (“teethers”) such as teething rings, toys or biscuits to chew on
Offer chilled foods, such as yoghurt or purred fruits
Clean the baby´s teeth once a day with a soft, wet washing cloth
At 12 months of age, a small soft toothbrush with water can be used
Add a small dab of toothpaste (there are special preparations for children) as the child grows older
Dormikind® for SLEEPING DISORDERS
Is your child having trouble sleeping? We all know that restful sleep is necessary to heal and repair the body.
Researchers found that more than two out of every three children ages 10 and under have experienced some type of sleep problem.
Dormikind® is a homeopathic complex medicine developed to help improve your child’s sleep.
Sleeping problems improve significantly or even clear up completely with Dormikind®.
Research shows that after using it for a few days there is less waking up in the night, less restlessness while sleeping, and fewer difficulties with falling and staying asleep.
Give one Dormikind® tablet up to four times a day when the sleeping problems first appear, and reduce the dose once symptoms have started to improve.
The dissolve-in-the-mouth tablets make it easy to give Dormikind®, as there is no need to swallow. You can either put a tablet directly in your child’s mouth, or alternatively, dissolve a tablet in a little bit of water on a small (plastic) spoon, if preferred.
Supporting treatments are:
Follow the “5 S” approach (swaddling, side/stomach position, *shhhh* sound, swinging, sucking) according to Dr. Harvey Karp to calm a baby
Establish calming “bedtime routines” (e.g. reading a book or talking about the day) in infants and children
Avoid games, computer and IPad use, that can cause too much excitement, in the evening
Adjust daytime napping to the child’s age and developmental needs as too much sleep during daytime will affect sleepiness and sleep duration at night.
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