Babies Magic Tea™
Babies’ Magic Tea is an all natural solution for babies and newborns with typical digestive problems. From colic, gas, constipation, acid reflux, indigestion, and other tummy troubles – it naturally soothe sand comforts your child’s belly issues.
In the first year, your baby’s digestive system will undergo enormous change as it develops the ability to produce enzymes to digest food and antibodies. Through these changes, the baby may experience stomach discomfort, acid reflux, acute gas, and colic. These symptoms are painful and interrupt the babies sleep.
A newborn should sleep a total of about 16 to 20 hours per day, this will ensure an overall healthy development. Unfortunately, parents under pressure to soothe their child’s pain, and from the lack of sleep, will give medicine to a baby. However, medicine should be avoided at least for the babies’ first two years.
To help your baby sleep well, it helps to have a consistent and predictable bedtime routine. When you use Babies’ Magic Tea, you are eliminating major causes that keep your child up, and developing the babies’ habit of sleeping through the night.
Why Babies Magic Tea?
It is time proven – this natural formula has been with us for millennia. Every known culture that has existed on this planet has used the healing power of nature. It’s important to give your baby a healthy chemical-free head start that will set a foundation for a healthy life.
What Parents Are Saying
My baby likes it and she doesn't have any problem with the taste We live in area which the air conditioning is a must at...
My son had major stomach issues as of today. He had gas, projectile spit up and colic. The first time we used the tea our...
I have been drinking this tea for several weeks. My 4 month old has bad gas and constipation to the point of tears. If I...
What Parents Are Saying
My baby likes it and she doesn't have any problem with the taste We live in area which the air conditioning is a must at home too so I give this when I see my baby's stools green from the cold of course but once I give the next day I can see the difference in warming her tummy and her stool goes back to normal too but for sleeping she is doing just fine So I give this to warm her tummy not because of lack of sleeping
My son had major stomach issues as of today. He had gas, projectile spit up and colic. The first time we used the tea our world changed!! Very little spit up, no gas and the colic is gone. He slept from 9:30 at night until 5:00am. Thank you Magic Tea!!!
I have been drinking this tea for several weeks. My 4 month old has bad gas and constipation to the point of tears. If I drink the tea he doesn't have those issues next day. If I miss a day of tea then he suffers the following day. I have not put it in his bottles yet because I just don't feel completely comfortable with it. Maybe when he starts solids I can venture down that road.
My baby doesn't like to take bottles (he's breast-feed) so it was hard to get him to drink the tea ,which I think would of been the more affective way.. so I drank the tea..the 1st night he woke up after almost 5hours after putting him to sleep (he is 4months..wakes up every 2hrs)I was like yes..it's a miracle!! (I was desperate for sleep) but maybe it was just consistent cuz after that he was back to he's old ways.. I'm sure this really helps because I've done research and was not surprised to see that this tea contains fennel n cumin.. it also helped me make more milk.. so that was good:) I give my baby nature's sunshine catnip and fennel for he's gas/colic..works great too (bought it on Amazon too)
Learn More about Babies Magic Tea™
Clinical Studies of the ingredients found in Babies’ Magic Tea
1. Matricaria chamomilla
2. Foeniculum vulgare
3. Cuminum cyminum
4. Organic Sanitized Florence Fennel
5. Organic Sanitized Iranian cumin
6) Organic Roman chamomile Matricaria
Keywords & Definitions
1. Homeostasis: the tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements, especially as maintained by physiological processes.
2. Sterile: free from bacteria or other living microorganisms; totally clean.
3. Double blind trial: a trial where neither the researchers nor the patients know what they are giving or getting 4. Placebo: a substance or treatment with no active therapeutic effect.
As science improves our capabilities to study the natural world, we often find ourselves stumbling into the next revolutionary insight and medical advancement. With the latest in DNA technology and micro-bacterial analytic techniques, science has stumbled into the next revolutionary insight of the human body and its potentially vast implications for proper human health with natural ingredients. Namely, science has discovered the aptly part of the body and its specific implication in proper food digestion; the human gut microbiota. The infant gut microbiota is the culmination of all bacterial genus and species, of which there are many millions, that colonize the infant intestinal track. It is here that medical studies are investigating how “good” bacteria helps in the digestion of food and how “bad” bacteria may have direct links to disease and disorders. These studies aim to understand the differences in bacteria and the correct medicines to reestablish homeostasis of the infant gut microbiota for proper infant health and growth.1 In infancy, a child is born sterile and without any bacteria in its gut. This makes the first few moments of life vitally important as it is in these first hours and days that bacteria will colonize the child by feeding. If the right balance of the various bacteria in the infants gut is not met, the infant will likely experience intestinal discomfort until that bacterial equilibrium sorts itself out. Such bacteria that the infant deals with at birth include but are not limited to: staphylococci, streptococci, Corynebacterium, lactobacilli, micrococci, Propionibacterium, and Bifidobacterium.2 Contained within the Secrets of Tea™ Babies’ Magic Tea is three primary ingredients: Matricaria chamomilla, Foeniculum vulgare, and Cuminum cyminum. In the following review, a thorough analysis of the current scientific literature regarding these active ingredients will be presented. The primary assertion is that these ingredients have a positive effect on establishing a healthy gut microbiota and act as a substantive homeopathic remedy for intestinal troubles.
Recognized as one of the oldest and most established medicinal herbs in the history of humanity, Matricaria chamomilla has been prescribed for a wide range of ailments. Matricaria chamomilla, or colloquially shorted as chamomile, has been used to treat infant ailments ranging from hay fever, inflammation, insomnia, wounds and gastrointestinal disorders. Its application is wide and its effects are resilient. Chamomile is of the Asteraceae family and has its ecological beginnings on the European continent. In its long history, chamomile has often been administered as a tea with its essential oils and active ingredients seeping from the herb itself into the boiling water for consumption. So as with any product of medicinal value, a clinical study was conducted on the medical use of chamomile. The following is an excerpt from a study conducted by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and published in the peer reviewed journal Molecular Medicine Reports. On the scientific evaluation of chamomile and colic/ diarrhea conditions, lead author Dr. Janmejai Srivastava writes… A chamomile extract may help shorten the course of diarrhea in infants as well as relieve symptoms associated with the condition (47). Two clinical trials have evaluated the efficacy of chamomile for the treatment of colic in children. Chamomile tea was combined with other herbs (German chamomile and fennel) for administration. In a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebocontrolled study, 68 healthy term infants who had colic (2 to 8 weeks old) received either herbal tea or placebo (glucose, flavoring). Each infant was offered treatment with every bout of colic, up to 150 mL/dose, no more than three times a day. After 7 days of treatment, parents reported that the tea eliminated the colic in 57% of the infants, whereas placebo was helpful in only 26% (P<0.01). No adverse effects with regard to the number of nighttime awakenings were noted in either group (48). Another study examined the effects of a chamomile extract in 79 children (age 0.5–5.5 y) with acute, non-complicated diarrhea who received either the chamomile (n = 39) or a placebo (n = 40) for 3 days. Diarrhea ended sooner in children treated with chamomile (85%), than in the placebo group (58%) (49). These results provide evidence that chamomile can be used safely to treat infant colic disorders.3 To reiterate from the above excerpt, in a double blind trial of children with colic, “after 7 days of treatment, parents reported that the tea eliminated the colic in 57% of the infants, whereas the placebo was helpful in only 26%.” This is important in that it proves the efficacy of chamomile. Additionally, second the second clinical trial highlights the findings of the first in that “diarrhea ended sooner in children treated with chamomile and pectin (85%), than in the placebo group (58%).” Suffice to say, these results provide evidence that chamomile can be used to safely to treat infant colic and digestive disorders.
Foeniculum vulgare, or colloquially shortened as fennel, is a herb of the Apiaceae family and is indigenous to the shores of the Mediterranean. As a stilbenoid, fennel is packed with nutritious value and is a rich source for protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins and several dietary minerals that have significant biochemical implications in infant health and bacterial control. In a modest 100 gram serving size, the daily value of the above listed nutrients is well in excess of 100%. In a double-blind clinical study conducted by Irina Alexandrovich, MD, Department of Pediatrics, St. Petersburg, it was determined that infants with colic, supplementation with an emulsion of fennel seed oil relieved colic in 65% of cases, compared with 24% of infants receiving a placebo.4,5 This is a statistically significant difference that highlights the medicinal benefits of fennel in treating baby colic.
Cuminum cyminum, or colloquially shortened as cumin, is a herb of the Apiaceae family and is native in the areas of the Eastern Mediterranean to South Asia. With its similarly long history as an ancient medicinal herb, cumin is recognized for its strong flavor and warm aroma due to its essential oil content. In Sanskrit, cumin is known as jira, or “that which helps with digestion”. The suspected biological activity is in its cuminaldehyde content as an anti-viral and anti-cancer agent that targets copper and iron binding in cells; an important biochemical step that is found in many living organisms, including bacteria.6 The implication of cumin in a healthy diet is that its effects are potentially active on the gut microbiota in maintaining healthy levels of “good” bacteria. Therefore by association, similar effects can be expected in infants developing their own healthy gut microbial bacteria as cumin would select against antagonist bacteria.
Based on the information found researching the ingredients of Babies’ Magic Tea, it can be concluded that the benefits as described are credible and supported by scientific literature through intensive clinical studies. Babies’ Magic Tea, a blend of three ingredients, carries the weight of relieving infant colic and digestive distress. The additional benefit of being a long tested remedy is sincere to its apparent effects.
1. Gut Bacteria in Health and Disease Gastroenterology & Hepatology September 2013; 9(9):560–569 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3983973/
2. Postnatal Development of Intestinal Microflora as Influenced by Infant Nutrition Journal of Nutrition September 2008; vol.138 no.91791S-1795S http://jn.nutrition.org/content/138/9/1791S.full
3. Chamomile: A herbal medicine of the past with bright future Molecular Medicine Report 2010 Nov; 3(6):895–901 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2995283/
4. University of Michigan Health Library: Fennel http://www.uofmhealth.org/health-library/hn-2089002#hn-2089002-uses
5. The Effect of Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare) Seed Oil Emulsion in Infantile Colic Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 2003 Jul-Aug; 9(4):58-61 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12868253
6. Therapeutic Potential of Black Cumin Seeds and Beyond Cancer Therapy 2008; 6(b):495–510 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2583426/
7. Effect of Cumin on Body Composition, Lipid Profile in Overweight and Obese Women Complimentary Therapies in Clinical Practice 2014 Nov; 20(4):297-301 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25456022