Settle a windy tummy with Kiwiherb ColicComfort.

Colic is a distressing and anxious condition for parents and baby. Although the cause of colic is unclear, connections have been made to baby’s immature digestive system struggling to cope. Digestive-friendly herbs Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Ginger and Rhubarb formulated in Kiwiherb ColicComfort can provide safe and gentle support.

  • Helps soothe stomach discomfort from colic, teething and hiccups.
  • Eases burping, wind and bloating.
  • Calms the digestive tract.
  • Soothes and settles an overactive nervous system.
  • Non-habit forming formula that can be used as needed.
  • Easy-to-take liquid in a strawberry flavour children will love.
  • Alcohol-free.
  • Also recommended for those with sensitive stomachs and unsettled digestion due to food intolerances.

Best given before feeds and in small, frequent doses. Can be given undiluted or added to your child’s milk. Take up to 3 times daily as needed or as your healthcare professional advises.

About Colic

Colic is one of the common reasons parents seek medical advice during the child’s first three months of life. It is described as repeated periods of crying, inability to settle, irritability and discomfort for no known reason or relative cause.

If this occurs up to three hours per day, up to three days a week, for more than three weeks in a row in an otherwise healthy baby aged two weeks to 4 months, it is defined as colic.ColicComfort 100mL NEW-865

Colic is not a well-understood issue that may affect up to 40% of babies[1].

The common signs of colic include:

  • Continuously screaming and crying.
  • Arching of their back.
  • Clenching their fists and tucking their legs up.
  • Seeking to feed and rejecting it quickly.
  • Seeming unsettled after breastfeeding.
  • Struggling to settle while lying down.

Other than this distressing time of the day, the baby often seems otherwise healthy and happy over the day.

Available in 100mL


[1] Johnson JD, Cocker K, Chang E. Infantile Colic: Recognition and Treatment. Am Fam Physician [Internet]. 2015 October 1;92(7):577-582. Available from https://www.aafp.org/dam/brand/aafp/pubs/afp/issues/2015/1001/p577.pdf 

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