About Them: The addition of Colief Infant Drops to the baby’s usual milk compensates for a possible temporary lactase deficiency in the baby’s digestive system. Colief Infant Drops added to a baby’s usual milk greatly reduces the level of lactose by breaking it down into glucose and galactose before the baby is fed. Studies have shown that the hours of crying may be greatly reduced when a baby’s usual milk is treated with Colief
Have a newborn and have the issue of colic babies? We did with our first child it was pretty bad to. We had to do all these extra things at home that wasn’t even necessary but we had to do it. Slanting the bassinet so the acid wouldn’t sit, feeding slowly and making sure all the burps are out. These drops are very much easier than the one’s in 2008 were. These you add to the milk and they can drink away, if you nurse place in the bottle for a bottle feeding one. I also love how natural it is compared to most of them and it has way more natural ingredients!. Even If they vomit it up at least it’s just white and wont stain. Great product, simple to use, very detailed, and works pretty good to, I wouldn’t say 100% but it does give them some relief and they are sleeping away and your sanity starts to come back just a wee bit!
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