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Oomi Organics Bye Cold & Fever Herbal Tea For Baby & Kids -- 15 Sachets

Oomi Organics Bye Cold & Fever Herbal Tea For Baby & Kids
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Oomi Organics Bye Cold & Fever Herbal Tea For Baby & Kids -- 15 Sachets

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Oomi Organics Bye Cold & Fever Herbal Tea For Baby & Kids Description

  • All-Natural & Organic Relief for Cold & Fever
  • Gentle For Newborns
  • Synergy Blend
  • Echinacea & Elderflower
  • USDA Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in USA
  • Kosher Certified

Made with Soothing Elderflower and Powerful Echinacea To Cool and Soothe Cold and Fever Symptoms While Fighting Off Viral Infections.


No one likes to see their little ones with a cold or fever (least of all a tired mom and dad!). That’s why our Bye Cold & Fever herbal tea is made with soothing elderflower and powerful echinacea to cool and soothe symptoms, and helping reduce the duration of your little one’s down time.


While other herbal teas combine many different herbs in hopes of bigger results, at Oomi we know that some herbs will enhance one another’s effects (yay!), and others will counter them (boo). Our Synergy-Blend promise means we only blend herbs with complementary properties, creating a synergistic effect with highly effective healing actions. The only thing more perfect than the blend is the intention we put in it, as each product is something we use with our own families!


• Made only with USDA Organic ingredients with no GMO's, no sugar, no caffeine, no chemicals. No Artificial Stuff, Ever!
• Gluten Free & Kosher Certified


Pour 8 oz of boiled water over 1 tea bag. Steep 5 to 10 min and let it cool.

Infants (Birth to 12 mo.):

Give ½ tsp. of tea with each feeding. Tea may be given directly to infant, added to expressed milk or to formula. Nursing mothers may drink tea before nursing to pass herbal effects to child and help prevent or treat colic.

Older Babies & Children:

Drink 3-4 times/day in doses explained by age below, or for more acute problems, sip every 30-34 min. until symptoms subside. Give to your child iced, warm (test temperature to avoid burns), mixed with breastmilk, formula, water, or their favorite juice.


1-2 yrs: 1 tsp | 4-7 yrs: 1 tbsp | 11+ yrs: 4 tbsp

2-4 yrs: 2 tsp | 7-11 yrs: 2 tbsp


This tea works best when taken at first sign of infection such as fever or cold, or when someone close to your little one is sick.

Free Of
GMOs, sugar, caffeine, chemicals and gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
All Herbal Certified Organic Ingredients:
Proprietary Blend1500 mg
   Organic Echinacea Angustifolia*
   Organic Elderflower*
   Organic Chamomile Flowers*
   Organic Lemon Balm*
   Organic Nepeta Cataria*
   Organic Hibiscus Flowers*
*Daily value not established.

Safety Information:

Consult a physician prior to used if you have a medical condition or take any medication. Do not use this product if your child has known allergies to plants of the Asteraceae family such as calendula, chamomile or echinacea. Do not use this product if your child has an autoimmune disorder. Seek Medical help if your child is not improving, shows signs of serious illness such as fever greater than 102°F, severe dizziness, severe abdominal pain, difficult to awaken, shows signs of allergic reaction.

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