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Colic Ease

Colic-Ease Gripe Water 7 fl oz

Colic-Ease Gripe Water 7 fl oz

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Colic-Ease™ gripe water 7oz (200 ml)

A full 7 ounces Colic-Ease gripe water contains double and triple the doses of all other gripe water brands.

Works great for all ages

Manufactured in a State-of-the-art, Pharmaceutical-grade, GMP certified FDA approved and regulated lab
in the United States.

Certificate of analysis for every ingredient - providing for purity and identification

Provides the strongest and safest protection against bacterial growth that no other brand provides
(in 2008 another popular brand experianced a recall due to bacterial contamination)

A true herbal remedy using 5 herbal oils - all other brands use non-herbal active ingredients
such as Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or Vegetable carbon (charcoal)

100% American Made dietary supplement

No refrigeration needed - opened or unopend

Longest shelf life life of all brands - 3 years unopened and 6 months opened

Free of all Parabens, sucrose, sorbitol, nuts, soy, wheat, yeast and sodium bisulfate

Not a drug or a homeopathic remedy

What Ingredients are in Colic-Ease Gripe Water?

We have compiled a complete description of each of the Colic-Ease gripe water ingredients below. See for yourself how all of these ingredients were carefully selected to build our unique formula.

 Latin Name: Anethum Graveolens
According to botanist James A. Duke, Ph.D., retired from the US Department of Agriculture and author of The CRC Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, "Dill seed is truly miraculous for infant colic, it can save a parent's sanity”…Dill is [also] used by herbalists to promote [the] flow of breast milk."
"Dill water works" says Daniel Mowrey, Ph.D. and Director of The American Phytotherapy Research Laboratory in Salt Lake City, Utah and author of The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine. "It's gentle enough for infants."

Dispels flatulence, stimulates appetite and settles the stomach. Dill owes its action to its ability to inhibit the growth of several bacteria (staphylococcus, streptococcus, pseudomonas and Escheria coli. This effect suggests that it might help prevent gastrointestinal illness-infectious diarrhea caused by these same microorganisms. Traditional herbalists use this herb for its anti-foaming action that helps break up gas bubbles.

 Latin Name: Carum Carvi
Helps relieve flatulence and indigestion. Caraway belongs to a class of herbs called carminatives - plants that are helpful in easing gastrointestinal discomfort, including gas. The essential oils derived from this group of plants help alleviate bowel spasm. In addition, studies have shown that caraway oil has antibacterial and larvicidal properties. Its actions are analgesic, anesthetic, anodyne, anti-anxiety, antibacterial, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, diuretic, mildly expectorant, fungicidal, muscle relaxant, soporific, stimulant, tonic, urinary antiseptic. Caraway is considered a useful remedy in the flatulent colic of infants, and is an excellent vehicle for children's medicine.

 Latin Name: Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
Used by herbalists to aid digestion and to relieve flatulence and vomiting. Active constituents: Various terpenoids found in the oil are believed to account for cinnamon's medicinal effects. Important among these compounds are eugenol and cinnamaldehyde, both of which are potent anti-fungal compounds. Its actions are carminative, astringent, stimulant and antiseptic.

 Latin Name: Eugenia Caryophyllata
"The cloves herb keeps food fresh because the main active component of cloves is eugenol, which has long been known to help kill bacteria and viruses" says Gary Elmer, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy in Seattle. By killing bacteria, eugenol helps keep meat fresh and prevents stomach upset, diarrhea and wound infections. Medicinal properties: Antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, antiseptic, analgesic, blood thinning, anti-inflammatory, healing, mental stimulant, sleep-inducing, relaxing. Digestive: Colic, dyspepsia, nausea, diarrhea, gastroenteritis, sluggish liver, flatulence, intestinal parasites, worms and their eggs.

 Latin Name: Eletarria Cardamomum
This herb relieves flatulence and indigestion, possesses antispasmodic, aromatic, carminative, expectorant, stomach properties and is also used as a tonic. Herbalists us cardamom seed oil as a remedy for indigestion, gas, vomiting, abdominal distention, belching, nausea and heartburn. Cardamom relieves digestive stagnation, soothes the stomach and stimulates normal gastrointestinal function. Cardamom contains cincole, terpinae, terpinen, limonene, sabinene and terpin as formic or acetic esters. The oils contained in Cardamom have smooth muscle relaxant properties, which within the gastrointestinal system allow it to have a carminative and antispasmodic activity.

Other important ingredients in addition to herbal oils:

Deionised Water (allows Colic-Ease to be ingested in liquid form, not as a pill or capsule).

Fructose (fruit sugar, used instead of sucrose) 

Polysorbate 80, derived from the condensate of fruits or seaweeds and the fatty acids of vegetable oil, functions as an emulsifier, holding water and oils in suspension (insuring that each dose has the correct ratio of water and herbal oil - that is why there is no need to "shake" before using).

*Sodium Benzoate, an FDA-approved, polyunsaturated fat found naturally in organically grown cranberries and prunes (provides the strongest, proven protection against bacteria and fungal growth, safely and gently).

*Potassium Sorbate, an FDA approved, naturalization of a fruit and minerals or brines (provides the strongest, proven protection against mold and yeast growth, safely and gently)

*Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate are very important ingredients that when used together inhibit bacterial, mold and yeast growth gently and safely. They should be included in all gripe water formula to provide the strongest protection against all of these contaminations. In 2008 another brand of gripe water experienced a product recall due to the bacteria Cryptosporidium that was confirmed to have contaminated their product batch (20,000 bottles) because they were not sufficiently protected against bacterial growth.

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