Common Baby Problems - 5 Natural Remedies

Annika plays with catnip (Nepeta cataria), a gentle medicinal herb but not recommended for ingesting in its whole form. See page 4 of this article for information on how catnip tea may be used to help treat a child’s fever. A new baby's arrival is as warm and rejuvenating as the first day of spring. Parents and grandparents revel in the child’s beauty, adjust to make loving room for the newest family member, and dream of the happiest and best of futures. This idyllic picture fades, however, when the infant acquires an unsightly rash, cries continuously at a high pitch, or runs a fever.

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