Best Gripe Water In Kenya

What is a Gripe Water?

Gripe water is a non-prescription product sold in many countries around the world to relieve colic and other gastrointestinal ailments and discomforts of infants.

Best Gripe Water In Kenya

Beta Gripe Water 60ml

Description

  • Herbal remedy designed to ease stomach discomfort symptoms, including gas and hiccups
  • Relieves Colic
  • Contains Sodium Bicarbonate and Terpeneless Dillseed Oil
  • 60 ml

Beta gripe water is highly recommended for mothers to relieve their babies from colic arising from teething problems or flatulence.

The Gripe water is an herbal remedy available in liquid form. There are many variations, but most formulas contain a mixture of different herbs: fennel, ginger, chamomile, licorice, cinnamon, lemon balm sodium bicarbonate, and terpeneless dill seed oil.

Directions:

Give gripe water immediately after feedings to help your baby avoid gas pain.

Newborns: half teaspoon 2.5ml

1 to 6months: 5mls

6-24 months old: 10ml

2yrs and older: 2-3 or 10 to 15mls

At what month should we give gripe water to baby?

Watch out for gripe water containing peppermint. It could potentially worsen a baby’s reflux symptoms. You should also avoid gripe water containing gluten, dairy, parabens, and vegetable carbon. Gripe water is not recommended for babies younger than 1 month.

How much does gripe water cost in Kenya?

Buy Beta Gripe Water 100Ml Online - Carrefour Kenya

KES 130.00(Inc. VAT)

Beta Gripe Water is�used in infants to relieve gas, indigestion, and other stomach pains.

How long do babies use gripe water?

4 to 6 months old

If your doctor says gripe water is fine for your baby and it seems to work, you should stop using it by the time your little one is 4 to 6 months old, when gassiness typically becomes less of an issue.

Does gripe water really help newborns?

There is also no proof that it works to ease stomach discomfort in babies who may suffer from colic. Previously, common ingredients found in gripe water included alcohol and sodium bicarbonate, accompanied by other herbal remedies like dill seed oil and ginger.