Are any of the ingredients in Teetha® derived from animals?
Teetha® Teething Granules contain lactose, which is derived from milk.
Can I give Teetha® if my child is lactose intolerant?
The Teetha® Teething Granules do contain lactose and should not be given to babies who are lactose intolerant. Teetha® Teething Gel does not contain lactose.
Can you use the granules and gel together?
Provided the baby is over 3 months, a combination can be used. Always follow the instructions on both packs.
Does Teetha® contain sugar?
Although Teetha® Teething Granules do not contain ordinary table sugar (sucrose), they do contain lactose which is a type of sugar that occurs naturally in milk. Teetha® Teething Gel contains xylitol.
How can you soothe a teething baby naturally?
Try gently rubbing on their gums with a clean finger, or allow them to bite on a clean, cool (not frozen) object, such as a chilled teething ring.
How do I use Teetha®?
It is important to read the usage instructions before use.
How many sachets of Teetha® can I use?
Do not exceed one sachet every 2 hours for a maximum of 6 doses during any 24-hour period. Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days.
How much Teetha® Gel should I use?
With a clean finger apply a pea sized amount of the gel to the sore area on the baby’s gums and teeth. Use every 4 hours for up to 6 times per day for a maximum of 7 days.
Is Teetha suitable for newborns?
Both the Teetha® Teething Granules and the Teetha® Teething Gel are suitable from 3 months old.
What active ingredients are in Teetha®?
Teetha® Teething Granules contain Chamomilla 6c. Teetha® Teething Gel contains Chamomilla 12c, Belladonna 12c and Aconite 12c.
What are the symptoms of teething?
The most common symptoms of teething are: Flushed cheeks, dribbling more than usual, teething rash and sore and tender gums.
What helps baby teething pain?
Teetha® Teething Granules and Teetha® Teething Gel are homeopathic medicinal products used within the homeopathic tradition for the symptomatic relief of teething pain and the symptoms associated with teething which are sore and tender gums, flushed cheeks and dribbling.
When do babies start teething?
Babies tend to start showing signs of teething at around the 3-4 month mark, with teeth finally popping through at about 6 months.