- Night-time restlessness
- Digestive relief
- Upset stomach
KOLIKⓇ Sweet Dreams by Dr. Chase is a unique night-time, alcohol-free children’s sleep aid. Formulated with chamomile and linden flower, which have been traditionally used in herbal medicines as a sleep aid and to help relieve mild digestive upset, Sweet Dreams was designed to gently calm fussy children at night-time.
Our one-of-a-kind formula is based on a natural old-time English remedy that has given children and infants safe, effective and fast gas relief for over a century.
Each 15 mL (one tablespoon) contains:
- Extract of 2.2 g dried chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla, Herb)
- Linden flower extract
- Potassium sorbate
- Sodium benzoate
- Citric acid
Shake well before using. To be taken orally only. May be taken up to 4 times in a 24-hour period. Measurements by age included below:
|2–4 years||15ml (1 tbsp) 1 time per day|
|15–9 years||15ml (1 tbsp) 1–2 time(s) per day|
|10–11 years||30ml (2 tbsp) 1–2 time(s) per day|
Our happy customers
The twins are very fussy at night and with the excess gas, they needed something to help them sleep. This product works wonders. It helped their stomachs relax enough for them to get some rest.
I have noticed that my baby will cry for a bit before he poops. It happens pretty much every time so I decided to start using this. I have seen such an improvement. He rarely gets fussy and seems to be happier all around even when pooping! Good to have on hand.
This works pretty well for easing nighttime fussiness from upset stomach and gas. We are so glad to have this on hand. I would definitely recommend this.
This helps babies tummies who get uncomfortable gas and hiccups a lot. Helps them sleep better. Definitely less fussy. A great value. A great addition to the medicine cabinet.
Frequently asked questions about KOLIK® Sweet Dreams
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