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Nelsons Teetha Teething Crystals

“NELSONS TEETHA - TEETHING CRYSTALS ”

Written on: 13/10/2005 by BubbleLove (10 reviews written)

NELSONS TEETHA - TEETHING CRYSTALS


TEETHING


It's that dreaded time for you and your baby. Sleepless nights, drooling babies and lots and lots of tried and tested products to make this time easier for you, but most of all your baby.

Babies usually start teething around the age of 4 months. Symptoms are usually flushed cheeks, high temperature, crying, dribbling and the likely to bite toys and mummy/daddy's fingers!!

I had been through the teething experience not too long ago with my first… Read Full Review

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Jasond's Response to BubbleLove's Review

Written on: 19/06/2009

Teetha contains lactose, which is a sugar, it is inaccurate to say that Teetha is sugar free. It also contains Xylitol, a sweetner, so you will be accustomising your baby to eating sweet treats.<br/>It 'contains' chamomille in a homeopathic dilution of 6C which means that for every part of chamomille, there are 999, 999, 999, 999 parts other ingredients. Effectively, there is no Chamomille itself in the 'treatment'. When you give Teetha to your baby it probably stops grizzling because it likes the sweetness.

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Flyguy's Response to BubbleLove's Review

Written on: 19/06/2009

I found this comment a real eye opener, thank you

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