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Hello ladies. My 9 month old is teething terribly and going through a sleep regression so it’s just fussy chaos all day and night! A friend recommended cbd… Any one give CBD oil for teething, it was suggested to me today but I feel weird giving it to a baby.

Cbd oil for teething

Hello ladies. My 9 month old is teething terribly and going through a sleep regression so it’s just fussy chaos all day and night! A friend recommended cbd oil for the teething, have any of you ladies tried it? Thanks in advance!

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I wouldn’t risk giving CBD oil to a baby. There aren’t enough studies done that would make me feel confident that it isn’t doing some kind of harm or that it has any benefit at all. I also tend to think the whole CBD oil thing is a bunch of over-marketed hype anyway, but I’ve never used it.

Give baby some Tylenol or Motrin and let him chew on some cold teethers.

CBD oil is not recommended for children except for very specific seizure disorders.

Give your kid a cold teether and some tylenol. Your friend is a fucking idiot.

I wouldn’t risk giving CBD oil to a baby. There aren’t enough studi…

Cbd oil isn’t going to hurt your baby. Either it works or it doesn’t. It is worth the try. Tylenol and motrin is far worse for your baby. Green onions help relieve the discomfort of teething, let your baby chew on them

It isn’t regulated by the FDA like other medications so its difficult to say if you’re getting the actual dosage of CBD in the oil that’s listed.

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Tylenol and Motrin ARE heavily regulated and you know the exact dosage listed is what you are getting because of this. There are plenty of studies done and in giving the proper dosage, it is extremely unlikely to get any adverse reactions in an otherwise healthy person.

No. No. And no again. There’s not anywhere close to enough research on giving CBD oil to babies and it’s not actually recommended for teething pain at all. Guessing there isn’t research because no one wants to sign their babies up for experiementation.

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Any one give CBD oil for teething, it was suggested to me today but I feel weird giving it to a baby.

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I’ve never heard of it being used for teething. don’t think I’d do it myself. Have you tried rubbing anebsol on your LO gums? X

Sounds like a phenomenally bad idea. Who advised you to do it?

I wouldn’t do that personally but why don’t you try anbesol in the liquid not the gel. It is a god send xx

Can I ask what CBD oil is? My mammy friend rubbed some abnesol on my Lo’s gums and seemed to relieve him. X

Hi can I ask if it makes you drowsy? , I have lupus and chrons and lately the pain is getting unbearable but I don’t want to take anything that will effect my ability to look after lo?

Op I certainly wouldn’t give anything like that to a baby or child unless absolutely medically necessary ie for siezres or something

My cousin takes it for his crohns and it’s been amazing for him, didn’t make him drowsy – if anything it helped him eat and his mobility improved A LOT he was near enough bed bound before he started taking it but haven’t tried it myself x

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Just other mum’s spoke about it but I’d be afraid to give it to a baby. Just wondered was it a common thing but obviously not, I suppose each parent is different. I use bonjela and have tried ambesol, out of my 4 kids she seems to be suffering more then them and I have the Amber anklets aswell. My local Pharmacy makes up a teething mixture. I think I’ll give that ago. Thanks for your reply x

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