Hyland's Cough Syrup for Babies:
How often do you worry after reading the phrase "Children: 1/2 adult dose?" Our pure homeopathic cough syrup is developed specifically for babies ages 6 months and up. It is safely formulated to effectively comfort young bodies, and is naturally sweetened with licorice root, vegetable glycerine and sugar beets. There's no honey used in our new formula. The irritating cough that goes with the common head cold has responded to our cough syrup for generations. Of course, if a high fever is present or coughing persists - call for a consultation with your doctor.
► Bryonia 6x HPUS - Dry Cough
► Causticum 6x HPUS - Hoarse Cough
► Drosera Rotundifolia 6x HPUS - Barking Cough
► Ipecacuanha 6x HPUS - Gagging Cough
► Phosphorus 6x HPUS - Tight Cough
► Rumex Crispus 6x HPUS - Dry Cough
► Spongia Tosta 6x HPUS - Tickling Cough
"HPUS" indicates that the active ingredients are in the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.
Purified Water USP, Vegetable Glycerine USP, Citric Acid USP, Sodium Benzoate N.F., Palm, Palm Oil and/or Coconut Oil, Licorice Root, Sugar Beet.
Uses: Temporarily relieves the symptoms of simple, dry, tight or tickling coughs due to colds in children.
► Children under 6 months of age: Consult a licensed health care professional before using this product.
► Children 6 months to 1 year of age: 2.5mL or ½ teaspoon up to 4 times daily (every 6 hours) or as directed by a licensed
health care professional
► Children 1 to 3 years of age: 5mL or 1 teaspoon up to 6 times daily (every 4 hours) or as directed by a licensed health care
Measure only with the dosing syringe provided.
Do not use dosing syringe with other products.
On dosing syringe, tsp = teaspoon.
As with any drug, ask a doctor before use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a physician if:
► symptoms persist for more than 48 hours or worsen
► cough tends to recur or is accompanied by a high fever, rash or persistent headache
Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children.
Do not use this product for persistent chronic cough such as occurs with asthma, smoking or emphysema, or if cough is accompanied by excessive mucus, unless directed by a licensed health care professional.