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Ashton & Parsons Infants Powders for Teething Pain Relief

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What is Ashton & Parsons Infants Powders for Teething Pain Relief

Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders contain the herbal medicine marticaria which has been used traditionally in the relief of symptoms of teething pain and other symptoms which may accompany teething, such as tender or sore gums, dribbling, and flushed cheeks. This is made through an extraction from German chamomile flower heads. Chamomile has been used since the Middle Ages for its medicinal purposes in numerous ailments, including those in children. These teething powders can be used in babies from the age of 3 months up.

Here are some signs to note that your infant may be about to start teething:

  • Placing objects and fingers in the mouth
  • More fussy eating
  • Pulling at ears
  • Fever (in this case it is recommended that you take your infant to the doctor)
  • Red and sore gums

How should I use Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders?

Ages 3-6 months

The infant must be held in a seated or upright position in order to administer the medicine. Use a teaspoon to place the powder, a small amount at a time, on the front part of the infant’s tongue. Pour the powder very slowly and allow it to dissolve before pouring more.

The recommended dose is half a sachet in the morning and the other half in the evening. However, if the infant is still in pain and restless, and there are obvious signs that the problem has not been relieved (flushing cheeks, dribbling), the dose may be repeated every 1-3 hours until there is an improvement. The maximum number of doses that can be given in 24 hours is 6.

Ages 6 months and over

The infant must be held in a seated or upright position in order to administer the medicine. Use a teaspoon to place the powder, a small amount at a time, on the front part of the infant’s tongue. Pour the powder very slowly and allow it to dissolve before pouring more.

The recommended dose is a sachet in the morning and a sachet in the evening. However, if the infant is still in pain and restless, and there are obvious signs that the pain has not been relieved (flushing cheeks, dribbling), the dose may be repeated every 1-3 hours until there is an improvement. The maximum number of doses that can be given in 24 hours is 6.

How Effective Are Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders contain Matricaria (Matricaria recutita L.) flower. This is made through an extraction from German chamomile flower heads. Chamomile has been used since the Middle Ages for its medicinal purposes in numerous ailments, including those in children. This natural remedy has been used and trusted for 150 years by mums and dads around the world in the relief of symptoms of teething pain and other symptoms which may accompany teething, such as tender or sore gums, dribbling, and flushed cheeks. The teething powders can be used in babies from the age of 3 months up.

Can I buy Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders online?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders can be purchased online without the need of a prescription. However, you are welcome to book an appointment with a health expert at Click Pharmacy to discuss how to best use this product. They are available in packets of 20 sachets. If you require a quick delivery, It can be sent directly to you by our Next Day Delivery Service. You simply have to select the delivery option at the check out stage of the process.

What dose should I choose?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders are only available in one dose which contains marticaria derived from the German chamomile flower. Each sachet consists of powder which contains 0.002ml marticaria ((Matricaria recutita L.) flower. It also contains lactose, so care should be taken in those who are intolerant. Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders are not recommended in babies under 3 months. This medicine should only be used in infants who are teething.

How do Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders work?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders contain matricaria (Matricaria recutita L.) flower. This is made through an extraction from German chamomile flower heads. Chamomile has been used since the Middle Ages for its medicinal purposes in numerous ailments, including those in children. German chamomile, in particular, has been found to have several medicinal benefits.

This natural remedy has been used and trusted for 150 years by mums and dads around the world in the relief of symptoms of teething pain and other symptoms which may accompany teething, such as tender or sore gums, dribbling, and flushed cheeks. It acts as an anti-inflammatory and is considered a botanical alternative to other anti-inflammatories such as hydrocortisone. This remedy also helps by settling the stomach and limiting the over-production of saliva that occurs during teething.

How long do I use Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders for before I notice a difference?

Pain relief with Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders should occur quite soon after administration. However, if the child is still restless and uncomfortable, the dose may be repeated after 1, 2 or 3 hours for a maximum of 6 doses in 24 hours. Depending on the rate at which the teeth are growing, you may need to use the medicine for several days.

If the symptoms persist for more than 7 days or if they get worse, or if the infant develops new symptoms, you should consult your doctor, or you can contact a healthcare professional at Click Pharmacy who would be happy to help.

What are the side effects of Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders?

Like all medicines, this medicine may cause adverse events or side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Possible side effects that have been experienced are allergic reactions such as a rash or a sore tongue. If you give your infant a higher dose than recommended, this may cause diarrhoea. There have been cases where Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders have made an existing allergy-type condition such as asthma worse.

Speak to your doctor or consult our specialists at Click Pharmacy should you require any further advice.

When shouldn’t I use Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders?

Do not use Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders if the infant is allergic to any of its ingredients or to the plants of the same family, such as artichokes, marigolds, or daisies. Since the product contains lactose, it should not be used if your child exhibits intolerance to lactose or similar sugars, unless your doctor specifically advises you to.

Care should also be taken in those children who suffer from asthma as the medicine may make the existing condition worse.

It is not recommended for infants under 3 months.

What is the difference between Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders and Dentinox Teething Gel?

Whilst Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders contain a herbal remedy that acts via an anti-inflammatory action, and by calming the stomach, Dentinox includes the active ingredient lidocaine which works by numbing the pain. The effects of lidocaine (an anaesthetic) only last for a short period and act on the sensation of pain rather than solving the problem at its cause.

What is Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief used for?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief is a powder used to provide relief from pain caused by babies teething.

Do I need a prescription to purchase Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

No, you do not require a prescription to purchase Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief. However, if you are unsure whether this product is right for you, you are welcome to book a free consultation with one of our medicine experts.

At what age can I give Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief to my baby?

Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief is suitable for babies over the age of 3 months old who have begun teething. This teething powder should not be given to babies under the age of 3 months old.

How should I store Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

You should store Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief in a cool dry place, out of reach from children, and at room temperature. This teething powder should not be exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight.

What is the recommended dose of Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

The recommended dose of Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief varies depending on your child's age. The recommended dose is as follows:

  • Children aged 3 to 6 months: half of the sachet should be placed on the tongue twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening.
  • Children aged over 6 months: one sachet should be placed on the tongue twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening.

How should I store Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

You should store Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief in a cool dry place, out of reach from children and at room temperature. This product should not be exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight.

Who should not use Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

You should not give your child Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief if your child has any of the following:

  • Lactose intolerance
  • Allergy to plants
  • Allergy to the active ingredient
  • Allergy to the inactive ingredients
  • Under 3 months old

How long is the shelf life of Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief?

The shelf life of Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief usually varies depending on your purchase. You should always follow the guidelines as stated on the exterior of the packaging.

After using Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief your child is unlikely to experience any side effects. If your child experiences any of the following:

  • Irritation
  • Itching
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Difficulty breathing

Your child may be experiencing an allergic reaction. In this case you should stop giving your child Ashton & Parsons Infant Powders for Teething Pain Relief immediately and seek medical advice, from a professional, as soon as possible.

Carefully read the patient information leaflet before starting this treatment. The patient information can be found here.

Authored by Jana Abelovska

Last reviewed 20 April 2021

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