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nelsons teetha, any good?

(16 Posts)
singsong Tue 11-Jan-05 12:52:24

homeopathic teething granules. Anyone tried them?

beachyhead Tue 11-Jan-05 12:53:58

yes, the best.....

winnie1 Tue 11-Jan-05 12:56:00

yes, and they are great!

Marina Tue 11-Jan-05 12:58:33

Oh YES. Ds used to call them Baby Sherbet and dd starts yodelling and drooling as soon as we break out the packet.
Incidentally the Boots version also contain xylitol, a naturally derived, slightly sweet powder which is antibacterial and can help prevent ear infections etc. Not sure if there is xylitol in Teetha but both are great.
We used them not just for teething but as a general calmer-downer...

MancMum Tue 11-Jan-05 13:03:48

better than calpol ... at times!!

fee77 Tue 11-Jan-05 13:05:03

I vote for boots powder - works every time!

fruitful Tue 11-Jan-05 17:51:02

No idea if Nelsons Teetha are any good, but here's a money off coupon for them! Click on the barcode on the right above the red banner with "Teetha Competition" on it.

warmmum Tue 11-Jan-05 17:53:34

Yes, love them.

KBear Tue 11-Jan-05 17:54:06

yep, worked for my DD

Carameli Wed 12-Jan-05 10:34:45

fabulous, use them all the time and dd still gets so excited when she sees a packet coming out.

lockets Wed 12-Jan-05 10:38:04

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bongobum Wed 12-Jan-05 10:46:31

Ds gets the giggles when I produce a sachet then goes all silly when he eats them.
we call it the Nelson's Sudders

singsong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:57:32

Great, thanks everyone. I’m trying them for ds now.

Mickj Mon 07-Feb-05 21:23:51

Just been given a box of this powder when I went into boots asking if they had anything for my teething 12 week old!!! How do you give them to your ds/dd? DS tends to crinkle nose up to all medicines, so it will be a miracle if he gets excited about them?????

lunarx Thu 10-Feb-05 23:01:33

i've used similar teething powders and one packet works a charm

i usually just tilt Calvin's head back and quickly pour the powders in...

MistressMary Thu 10-Feb-05 23:02:46

Must admit they do the work!

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