Homeopathic medication forms

Postnatal

Read the previous part about the Indications for using homeopathic medications.

The majority of homeopathic medications come in liquid, syrup, granules, globules, suppositories or pill form. However, you can also find them in balm, cream and gel form.

For babies under 1 year of age, homeopathic medications in liquid form are easier to administer. They come in pre-measured sterile drinkable single doses. Always read the manufacturer’s instructions to check if they need to be diluted for babies. Sometimes you might have to dissolve globules in a bit of water before administering to the baby. It’s vital to follow the instructions.

I’ve provided you with the most relevant information about homeopathy for babies. I hope these products can help your baby when needed and reassure parents.

Talk soon,

Marie,
The Baby Expert

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