Pam, I just wanted to let you know that you & your team are so amazing! You are a very intelligent and thoughtful woman. I just checked my email & read your recent newsletter. I bought the Astragalus, Echinacea, Quiet Cough, & Cold & Flu tinctures earlier this month, and at first, I was a little bummed that I didn't know about the monthly discount code beforehand. Honestly, it's great stuff, works amazing & is worth every penny at full price! Especially after reading the information in the newsletter, you deserve the full price! I hope your day & your year is as beautiful as your heart is Pam. Love, M.C.
We have another new product here at Herb Lore! Our Teething Tincture contains herbs that have been relied on by herbalists and mothers over the centuries to help soothe babies and help alleviate the pain and discomfort of teething. As well as being an effective pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory, the herbs also help relax babies, help promote restful, peaceful sleep, and help to alleviate any fever that may be present. Rescue Remedy is included in the blend, which is a flower essence that is helpful for babies who are inconsolable and who are so upset that nothing seems to help. It brings them back from "the edge", so that they can relax enough to allow the herbs to help them. Weary parents find this combination helpful for their frayed nerves as well!
Ingredients: 100% organic Catnip, Chamomile, Passionflower, Rose & Lavender blossom, with Rescue Remedy flower essence blend. The herbs are extracted in organic vegetable glycerine (made with non-GMO soy) and distilled water. All Herb Lore tinctures are gluten-free.
Teething can start as early as birth or the first few months of life, although that is rare. Teething episodes happen many times before the tooth actually erupts from the gum. The tooth has to work its way up through the gum and tissue before it actually emerges, and this can take several rounds of teething to happen. Sometimes it’s hard for a parent to realize that what their baby is going through is teething, as it can happen so early in life and there is no tooth that they can visually see or even feel to help them deduce the problem. Common symptoms include irritability, inability to sleep, sometimes fever, runny nose, drooling, and the need to chew on solid items.
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