Today more and more families are turning to homeopathy as they seek an effective alternative to prescription medications. For over 100 years Hyland’s has been leading the way in homeopathic medicine. Using only natural ingredients, homeopathic treatment allows the body to heal itself without the many negative side effects associated with other medications.
Hyland’s teething tablets were created to provide instant relief for babies and toddlers suffering from sore mouth’s and irritated gums. Since then Hyland’s has developed a new treatment option for teething babies. Hyland’s teething tablets have not been available since 2016 due to FDA concerns over the labeling and presence of belladonna. While Hyland’s teething tablets were deemed safe, out of an abundance of caution, Hyland’s chose to discontinue the product in 2017. This left many families without a natural remedy for children in severe discomfort from mouth pain.
Since then, Hyland’s has been perfection a new formula to replace the popular Hyland’s teething tablets and meet the demand for a homeopathic remedy for babies in mouth pain. While similar to Hyland’s teething tablets, Hyland’s Baby Oral Pain Relief Tablets now treat even more symptoms while providing instant relief. Where the original Hyland’s teething tablets reduced redness and gum inflammation, Hyland’s Baby and Oral Pain Relief Tablets now provide relief from sore mouth’s, swelling and gum sensitivity in an easy to use dissolvable tablet using only natural ingredients.
Hylands’ Baby and Oral Pain Relief Tablets are safe to use and are free from parabens, artificial flavors, dyes, benzocaine or belladonna. This latest addition to Hyland’s extensive product line will allow parents and their little ones to rest easy knowing that there is now a safe and effective homeopathic treatment available to them. Hyland’s Baby Oral Pain Relief Tablets and other natural products can be found at your local Walmart, Target, Amazon, Walgreens, CVS, and Rite-Aid.
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