Infants' Friend - Usage

is it safe

You may have found that your bub has responded well to Infants’ Friend Oral Liquid and you have realised that you have been using it for quite some time now!

There is no need to be concerned if this is you – when you’re onto a good thing why not stick with it, right?!

Infants’ Friend Oral Liquid is safe to use as per the recommended dosage for as long as is needed. There is no problem with doing this we are happy to report.

The reason for this is because there are no addictive ingredients in the Oral Liquid formula.

The product contains no scheduled drugs, and is basically a mixture of healthy aromatic and carminative oils and antacids.

This product is extremely safe to use and has no known side effects. The product is registered with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the regulatory agency for pharmaceuticals in Australia.

How long can Infants’ Friend Oral Liquid be administered – is there a time when you shouldn’t use this product?

One of the most frustrating parts about babies with colic is that it can continue on for an indefinite period of time. This time can be very testing, not to mention the amount of anxiety it can cause you to feel at the pain and upset state your child seems to be in for much of this time.

As long as you believe Infants’ Friend Oral Liquid is assisting in providing a comfortable sleep for your baby and relieving wind and colic pain, you can continue usage.  There are no ingredients that are addictive or that produce harmful side effects.

You may find also that once your baby’s colic has subsided, that he/she suffers from bouts of wind – something that the Oral Liquid can also help with.

Then there is the teething… but wait Infants’ Friend Oral Liquid can help with that too! Just when you think you can put the bottle away as you won’t need it any longer – there appears another reason to use it once more. No wonder it is also referred to as Parents’ Friend!

Of course, if you have any specific, ongoing health concerns with your child it is best to consult your doctor or pharmacist.

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