Shake well before each use. Give by dispensing liquid slowly toward inner cheek using dispenser provided. May be given every 4 hours up to 3 times in a 24-hour period. Wash and dry dispenser thoroughly after each use.
Discard 90 days After Opening
Infants under 4 months: Consult a physician before using.
Does Wellements Organic Baby Cough Syrup need to be refrigerated?
No, Wellements Organic Baby Cough Syrup does not need to be refrigerated.
How long can I keep my Wellements Organic Baby Cough Syrup once opened?
Check the date on the bottle to know how long to keep an unopened bottle. An opened bottle should be discarded 90 days after opening.
USDA certified organic products are grown and processed according to federal guidelines addressing, among many factors, soil quality, animal raising practices, pest and weed control, and use of additives. Learn More
Non-GMO means a product was produced without genetic engineering and its ingredients are not derived from GMOs. Non-GMO Project Verified additionally means that a product is compliant with the Non-GMO Project Standard, which includes stringent provisions for testing, traceability, and segregation. Learn More
Made without the use of gluten, this product is safe to use if your little one has celiac disease or any other gluten sensitivity. Learn More
Parabens are certain chemicals that can act as a preservative in some products. They may cause harmful health effects, which is why it is important to us that our products are paraben-free.
At Wellements we like to keep our product formulas clean and simple, which is why we don’t use artificial colors in our products.
All flavoring from our products come from a spice, fruit, fruit juice, vegetable, vegetable juice, herb, bark, bud root or leaf, etc. We only ever use real ingredients to flavor our products.
There are 9 main allergens, which include dairy, wheat, eggs, soy, shellfish, fish, tree nuts (including coconuts) and peanuts. None of the ingredients used to make this product contains any of these allergens. However, the facilities where these products are produced are not always allergen-free.