So quite a number of companies sell these very same herbs in glycerin. Herb farm sells it so that you can look at the dose per your child’s age. And Gaia sells them. So you can look at your dose per your child’s weight, or I might have flipped that one does age one does weight but that’s a really convenient way. You can also use teas, but you have to get your child to drink a lot more tea for that to be effective. But what I do love for kids with fever is herbal ice pops. That’s a really fun way to get fluids and teas into kids.
Now as I mentioned, you can always give children’s doses of Tylenol or ibuprofen as needed. The herbs which I prefer are gentler and safer, but don’t necessarily work as quickly. So if there’s significant discomfort, you can use, you know, one or two doses as I mentioned in an appropriate dosing as a stopgap measure. Now a couple of the other remedies that I use that I want to share with you some of my favourites and there’s