7 Effective Herbal Recipes Against Stomach Cramps at Babies
If your baby seems unusually fussy, it could be a tummy ache. Pay attention to when your baby seems uncomfortable (like shortly after a feeding, for example) as well as what other symptoms she has, such as a fever, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Mix 2 ounces (50 grams) marjoram, 2 ounces fennel and a little cumin. This mixture should be drunk by the mother. 2 tablespoons of the mixed tea should boil for 1 minute and then it should be covered with a lid, cooled for 10 minutes, straint and drank. This tea simultaneously activates the milk glands and increases the milk flow, which contributes for calming the cramps at the baby through the milk of the mother.
Mix 2 ounces peppermint leaf, 2 ounces linden leaf and 2 ounces mallow leaf. In 1/4 liter of water pour 1 tablespoon of prepared herbs. Boil the tea, sweeten it and give it to the baby to drink it instead of water.
Prepare 100 grams of raw chamomile flower, melissa leaf and viola leaf. The tea is prepared in the same way as the previous one.
Cook the fennel tea and give it to the baby to drink it, and you can use the same tea to put linings on the stomach of the baby.
Cumin water for babies
Put 2 cubes of sugar in 4 ounces (100 grams) water, a little cumin and cook it. After it starts to boil, let it cool. Strain it and give it to the baby to drink it with a spoon. This water is known as a cure for jaundice.
*Cumin is good for cramps
St. John’s wort oil is a verified cure for stomach cramps and colic in babies. Massage the stomach of the baby with the St. John’s wort oil.
Chamomile tea has a very good calming effect in abdominal pain. Pour a full teaspoon in 1 cup boiling water, leave it aside for 2 minutes, strain it and drink it depending on the intensity of pain up to 2 cups a day.
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