AllStarHealth Guarantee

Baby Oral Pain Relief Nighttime Description from Hylands Homeopathic
Discomfort doesn't stop when the sun goes down. In fact, it may make your little one even more irritable and upset as they get more tired. Now, you can do something to help your little one find relief from nighttime oral pain and settle down for a good night's rest. Hyland's brings you the new Baby Nighttime Oral Pain Relief tablets, perfect for soothing sore, swollen gums and relieving occasional sleeplessness and irritability due to oral discomfort. Our small, soft tablets dissolve instantly, to make taking them easier for baby. This unique nighttime formula is made to deliver sweet dreams to babies, so you can get some rest, too!

No Belladonna, Benzocaine, Artificial Flavors, Dyes or Parabens.

Ingredients:
Active ingredients: Arnica Montana 30X HPUS, Calcarea Carbonica 12X HPUS, Calcarea Phosphorica 12X HPUS, Chamomilla 12X HPUS, Coffea Cruda 6X HPUS, Ferrum Phosphoricum 12X HPUS, Magnesia Phosphorica 12X HPUS, Silicea 12X HPUS

Inactive ingredients: Acacia Gum, Lactose.

Manufacturer's Directions
Children under 6 months of age: If child is restless or wakeful during the night, dissolve 1 tablet on tongue every 15 minutes for 4 doses, then hourly until relieved.
Children 6 months to 3 years of age: If child is restless or wakeful during the night, dissolve 2 tablets on tongue every 15 minutes for 4 doses, then hourly until relieved.
Hyland's Baby Nighttime Oral Pain Relief Tablets are very soft and will dissolve instantly in the mouth.

Manufacturer's Disclaimer
Do not use: -more than directed, -if your child has a known allergy to any ingredient in this product.
Consult a physician if: -symptoms persist for more than 72 hours or worsen, -if swelling increases, rash or fever develops, -irritation, pain or redness persists or worsens.
Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a medical professional or Poison Control Center immediately.
Do not use if imprinted tamper band is broken or missing.
In case of emergency, contact a medical professional or Poison Control Center immediately.