The natural teether
The violet root, taken from the iris pallida or germanica, is a traditional teething remedy recommended by midwives and mothers. Babies can find teething very unpleasant. The gums often become red, swollen and very sensitive. During this time, babies should be encouraged to bite often and with force. Saliva makes theviolet root soft and elastic, helping it support the teeth as they break through. The violet root should be tied to your child’s wrist using the cotton cord.
- Only use under adult supervision.
- Be extra careful, in case you baby has already got some teeth.
- Saliva can cause the root to become soft and brittle each time the root is used for a longer period.
- Leave the root to dry out before using it again and check for damage.
- Do not use the root anymore, in case it has become brittle or shows larger cracks.
- Do not hang the cotton cord around the baby`s neck but only place it into its hands.
- Before use check, whether both knots are sufficiently tight.
- We recommend using the violet root for no longer than 10 minutes at a time. For longer use it can make the violet root very soft and brittle.
- Change the Violet root after one to two months of use for hygienic and safety reasons.
Before the first use and in case of contamination, the violet root should be immersed in boiling water for approx. 30 seconds and then let it dried in the air (do not immerse the wood of the pacifier chain in water). Check the root for possible brittleness. Do not use strong detergents to clean the pacifier chain. If the soother chain is dirty, wipe it with a damp cloth only. Please do not place in direct sunlight as the amber can become brittle.
Root: 100 % violet root (organic)
Cord: 100 % cotton (organic)
|Product weight:||0.02 Kg|