Can I give my 4 month old Rooibos tea?
Your baby will soon love the natural sweet taste of Rooibos or flavoured rooibos teas i.e. Carmien Sleepy time Strawberry and Camomile tea. From weaning time (around 4-6 months) you can feel free to give rooibos without milk and sugar as a drink between milk feeds.
Can a 4 month old baby drink tea?
Don’t give baby sweet drinks such as tea, soft drinks, flavoured milk, juice or cordial. This can make baby sick and lead to tooth decay and weight gain. Tea is not good for baby and can weaken baby’s blood.
Can I give my 3 month old baby Rooibos tea?
As an herbal tea, Rooibos tea is naturally caffeine free. So it has none of the side effects of caffeine. And it is a safe choice for infants and tots.
How do you give a baby Rooibos tea?
Add a strong cup of Rooibos tea to baby’s bath water. Dab Rooibos tea directly onto an affected area. If your baby struggles with dry and irritable skin you should be using an emollient lotion. Take a Rooibos teabag, wet it with hot water and leave it in the pot of lotion to infuse overnight.
Which rooibos tea is best for babies?
Rooibos tea is a great source of hydration
Because Rooibos tea is naturally caffeine-free, it is a great source of hydration for babies. The Laager Tea4Kidz range also comes in a range of delicious flavours which are naturally sugar-free, making it an ideal beverage for babies and toddlers.
Can I give my 3 month old chamomile tea?
Keep in mind that chamomile tea is not recommended for babies under 6 months old. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusively breastfeeding infants for the first 6 months. You can introduce chamomile tea when you introduce other liquids such as juice and water.
Can I bath my baby in rooibos tea?
Applying cooled Rooibos tea (without milk) topically to nappy rash or skin irritations. You can also bath your baby in Rooibos tea to relieve a rash, eczema or any other skin concerns.