Christopher's Kid-e-Reg Bowel Tonic. A herbal formula with herbs that have been used to strengthen and cleanse the colon. Contains anise, fennel, fig syrup, licorice and slippery elm. This formulation is specifically for children or adults of small build or the elderly. In pure vegetable glycerine. 59 mls.
RRP $45.95, healthy.co.nz price $35.95
Christopher's Kid-e-Reg is an extremely gentle bowel tonic consisting of a combination of herbs in a base of fig syrup that has been specially formulated to strengthen and cleanse the colon in children particularly in the case of constipation. The formula can also be useful for adults of small build or who are very elderly. If your child has irregularity you should also consider giving them they also need to take Primadophilus and colostrum. These will help to work on the underlying bowel problem, that is contributing to the irregularity. Make sure lifestyle factors are considered when looking at chronic constipation. Check the amount of water being drunk and ensure plenty of vegetables and wholegrain foods are included in the diet. Exercise is also important.
Recommendations: Start with 10 to 15 drops (1 to 2mls) three times a day and regulate dosage from there according to individual need.
The Kid-e-Reg has been made with all organic or wild grown herbs. Only the highest quality herbs are used, carefully combined with vegetable glycerin. There are no artificial additives. Anise is an anti-spasmodic herb specific for digestion. Fennel is another digestive herb which helps as a relaxant in the case of colic, intestinal cramps, flatulence, hiccoughs and indigestion. Licorice is a mild laxative which also aids many other body systems. Slippery elm is a very healing and nutritive herb which is directly soothing to the mucous membranes of the digestive tract.
Proprietary blend: Fig Syrup, wildcrafted slippery elm bark, organic fennel seed, organic licorice root and organic anise seed. Other ingredients include a base of pure vegetable glycerine and distilled water.
Keep out of reach of children