- Does it really work?
- How long has this product been on the market?
- What exactly does Kiddie Florish do?
- What does Kiddie Florish contain?
- Is Kiddie Florish approved by the FDA?
- How do I use Kiddie Florish?
- In what form does Kiddie Florish come?
- How do you properly store this product?
- How often should I take it and why?
- How long until support is seen?
- Does Kiddie Florish have any side effects?
- . How long does a bottle last?
- For what ages is Kiddie Florish appropriate for?
1. Does it really work?
Kiddie Florish has been very effective with a very high success rate. We get an extremely high reorder rate on the product, indicating that our customers are very satisfied with it. In fact, it has been sold to literally thousands of customers in virtually every country around the world!
2. How long has this product been on the market?
All of our natural remedies are formulated by our expert team of herbalists, naturopaths and homeopaths, and headed by Michele Carelse. Michele has been providing these natural remedies to her clients, with great success, for over ten years. All Native Remedies products are manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards - using only the best quality raw ingredients from nature's medicine chest - that is why we are The Natural Choice.
3. What exactly does Kiddie Florish do?
Kiddie Florish is a 100% safe, non-addictive natural herbal remedy formulated by a Clinical Psychologist for common fussy and picky eaters. Kiddie Florish contains a selection of herbs known for their tonic function in supporting digestive calm and well-being.
4. What does Kiddie Florish contain?
Kiddie Florish is a 100% herbal formula that contains the following powerful proven herbs in therapeutic dosage:
- Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine and is traditionally known as a powerful rejuvenating herb. The fruit of Amalaki is reputed to be the highest natural source of Vitamin C in nature! Amalaki has been shown to assist the body in its function of protein synthesis and has demonstrated effects on the support of healthy metabolic function, blood cell production, and digestion. It has been shown to assist with maintaining healthy digestive processes. (Chawla YK, Dubey P, Singh R , et al. "Treatment of dyspepsia with Amalaki" (Emblica officinalis Linn.) - an Ayurvedic drug. Indian J Med Res 1982; 76: 95- 8).
- Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is also called 'Indian ginseng' and is one of the most important Ayurvedic tonic herbs, recommended for supporting growth, energy and stamina. Regular use can also help to nourish the blood thereby supporting healthy hemoglobin levels. Withania is also an excellent mood tonic with gentle soothing properties. When combined with ginger this herb can help to support digestive harmony and comfort. This herb is anabolic in nature and in addition to being a general tonic, it is particularly helpful in supporting appetite. It has been shown to provide a tonic effect for the immune system. (Davis L, Kuttan G. "Immunomodulatory activity of Withania somnifera". J Ethnopharmacol 2000;71:193-200.) This herb has also been shown to be a great choice as an excellent mood and nervous system tonic in children. (Archana R, Namasivayam A. "Antistressor effect of Withania somnifera". J Ethnopharmacol 1999;64:91-93).
- Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) has traditionally been used to support a healthy appetite, and recent research indicates a role in support of natural steroid production (the hormones that drive the growth process. (Sauvaire Y, Ribes G, Baccou JC, Loubatieres-Mariani MM. "Implication of steroid saponins and sapogenins in the hypocholesterolemic effect of fenugreek". Lipids 1991;26:191-7.) In addition, Trigonella helps to support healthy digestive systems.
- Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) is a relaxing nerve tonic with an excellent calming effect, especially suitable for sensitive children. This has been indicated in recent studies (Awad R, Arnason JT, Trudeau V, Bergeron C, Budzinski JW, Foster BC, Merali Z. "Phytochemical and biological analysis of skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora L.): a medicinal plant with anxiolytic properties". Phytomedicine. 2003 Nov;10(8):640-9. PMID: 14692724).
- Ginger (Zingiber Officinalis) has been used in ancient Chinese, Japanese and Indian medicine since the 1500’s as a digestive aid. Recent studies have shown Ginger to be beneficial in soothing the stomach and supporting digestion. (Bryer, E. A literature review of the effectiveness of ginger in alleviating mild-to-moderate nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. J Midwifery Women's Health 2005;50(1):e1-e3.
- Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) has been used since ancient times to ‘take the edge off’ appetite and was traditionally used to avoid 'growling stomachs' during church services! Fennel also supports the liver, kidneys and spleen. The health of these body organs is essential for the breakdown of dietary fat and the elimination of waste products from the body. Furthermore, fennel vulgare has been shown to support digestion.
Note: Kiddie Florish contains less than 1% pure pharmaceutical grade ethanol when diluted as directed.
Native Remedies' products are created using our Full Spectrum Approach™ (FSA), a set of standards and processes that combines the best quality, laboratory-tested, raw ingredients, good manufacturing practices and a Full Spectrum manufacturing method to guarantee you products of the highest quality, safety and effectiveness.
This product contains no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, is suitable for lacto-vegetarians, is not tested on animals, and backed by our One Year Unconditional Money Back Guarantee.
5. Is Kiddie Florish approved by the FDA?
The FDA oversees all food and drug products. Since Kiddie Florish is an herbal dietary supplement, it falls under the ambit of the FDA. In 1994 the FDA set up guidelines for dietary supplements, including labeling requirements, and created the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA). Kiddie Florish follows all of DSHEA's guidelines. In addition, Native Remedies is an FDA-registered Food Facility, and all of our products are manufactured in a Pharmaceutical Graded, GMP-certified facility to guarantee the highest degree of consistency, reliability and potency.
6. How do I use Kiddie Florish?
Children 1-12: Take 1 drop per year of age in 1/4 cup water or juice 2-3 times daily before meals.
Caution: Not recommended for children under 12 months unless under medical supervision.
7. In what form does Kiddie Florish come?
Kiddie Florish comes in a convenient tincture drop formula that is easy to administer to children.
8. How do you properly store this product?
Best storage is in a cool (not cold) dark place out of direct sunlight such as a cupboard or closet. The product does not need to be refrigerated.
9. How often should I take it and why?
Use Kiddie Florish as needed to safely support a healthy appetite, routine nutrient absorption and systemic balance in the stomach and digestive system, without harmful side effects.
10. How long until support is seen?
Kiddie Florish has an excellent tonic effect with regards to supporting a healthy appetite and will also support the health of the nervous system.
It can be of great benefit for fussy eaters, as well as shy, sensitive or highly strung children who need help in supporting a healthy growing appetite. With regular use, you should begin to notice results within 3-6 weeks, although some children respond sooner.
11. Does Kiddie Florish have any side effects?
No, Kiddie Florish does not have any side effects as it is 100% herbal and natural. The ingredients of Kiddie Florish have a high safety profile and are generally very well tolerated without any side effects or interactions with other drugs.
12. How long does a bottle last?
One 59 mL bottle of Kiddie Florish will last approximately 30 days depending on age of child and frequency of use.
13. For what ages is Kiddie Florish appropriate for?
Kiddie Florish is recommended for children from the age of 12 months and is not recommended for children under one year old unless under medical supervision.