If you are a mommy or daddy then it is like impossible that you haven’t heard about gripe water. If you are a new parent & not using it then you will be getting many suggestions to go for it. As per my mom she has given me this gripe water to keep my stomach healthy & she also suggested me to use it for my boy. My baby is a colic and has a lot gas trouble so I decided to follow my mom’s suggestion.
About the product: This non-alcoholic Ayurvedic medicine gives instant relief to infants and babies crying due to gripe and stomach pain caused by acidity and indigestion. By promoting and aiding digestion, it ensures healthy growth. It is also useful during the teething period.
Price: 40 Rs
Qt: 130 ml
Shelf life: 2 Years
- Useful during the teething period.
- Promotes and aids digestion.
- Ensures healthy growth.
- Does not contain alcohol.
- Contains oil of Dill herb and Sarjikakshra.
- Convenient pack that you can carry whenever you travel.
- New born infant – 2 1/2 ml (1/2 teaspoonful)
- 1-6 months old – 5 ml (1 teaspoonful)
- 6 months to 1 year – 10 ml ( 2 teaspoonfuls)
- 2 years and above – 10 – 15 ml (2-3 teaspoonfuls)
Packaging: The gripe water comes in a see through plastic bottle with the label(s) present on the front & back of the bottle. This bottle comes a purple colored paper wrapping. The packaging is decent & travel friendly.
My opinion about the product: I received mixed answer on using this particular product. Some found it useful and some said it is complete waste. So I decided to follow my mom’s experience and this worked for my girl. Being colic-y she used to cried a lot and it was like impossible to calm her down. So we started giving he this grip water twice in a day. Dosage was as per mentioned on the bottle. It consist of sugar so my baby likes the taste which make it easy to give her the dosage.
Bingo! it did wonder & helped in calming her down. She is currently 18 months old & I am still using it. Never faced any problem so I have a strong reason to believe in this product.
ZZM Rating: ♥♥ 5/5 ♥♥
Author: Shilpi Verma
Picture Courtesy: Anjali Sengar