Home Remedies for Colic in Children

Colic is an acute fluctuating pain in the abdomen as a result of enteric gas or intestinal obstruction and suffered especially by babies and older children at times. The precise cause is unknown, but one suspected reason is that mothers who smoked during pregnancy or after childbirth have a greater risk of passing colic to their children.

Colic symptoms include abdomen pain, crying, cramping, moaning. In chronic cases, children can show symptoms such as quick change in body temperature, persistent vomiting, change in stools, fatigue and poor weight gain.

Colic can be sorrowful for both the child and the parents, but you need to remain patient because it will end in a matter of weeks or moths. Meanwhile, you can try some natural home remedies to help relieve your child's irritability and discomfort.
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Home remedies for colic in babies - children:

The first remedy:

Make your child drink anise tea or chamomile tea, and give it to him/her using a spoon throughout the day.

The second remedy:

Mix five drops of chamomile essential oil + small teaspoon of almond oil and massage your child's belly with this mixture.


The third remedy:

Soak a clean towel in hot water then strain it until it becomes warm and dry, and touch your child's belly to warm the stomach and relieve colic and cramps.

The fourth remedy:

Boil an egg but do not peel it, then set it aside aside until it becomes warm and make sure that your child will bear the heat. Put the egg on the navel of the child, and stir it in a spiral way from the inside out and from the outside in (as if you are tightening a screw).


Tips to sooth your colicky baby:

  • Avert giving your child cow's milk and its products until recovery.
  • Stop your child temporarily from eating foods that increase the sensitivity of the digestive system, such as: tea - coffee - chocolate - cabbage - cauliflower - garlic - citrus - corn - eggs - soybeans and its products.













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Information listed above has been reviewed medically and the main purpose of it is to increase the cultural awareness of herbalism and natural treatment. With that being said; it is not a substitute for consulting with a specialist doctor as the only guide for an accurate individual analysis. To learn more about our sources that the above content was excerpted from please (click here).

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