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• Do not use after expiry date on
carton and sachet.
• If the medicine shows any signs of
deterioration, consult your
pharmacist before using.
• Return any unused medicine to
your pharmacist for safe disposal.
6. Further information
What is in this medicine
Each 300mg sachet contains:
Citrullus colocynthis 30c, Dioscorea
Lactose monohydrate, Xylitol, Starch,
Pregelatinised Maize Starch.
What does the medicine look like
Colica Colic Granules are ﬁne white
to off white granules in a 300mg
sachet. There are 12 or 24 sachets in
National rules authorisation holder
& manufacturer is:
A Nelson & Co Limited, 5-9 Endeavour
Way, London, SW19 8UH, UK
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A HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINAL PRODUCT
COLICA® COLIC GRANULES
Citrullus colocynthis 30C
Dioscorea villosa 30C
This leaﬂet was revised 06/14
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carefully before giving this
medicine, it contains important
Please keep this leaﬂet; you
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1. What is this medicine for
Nelsons Colica Colic Granules is a
homeopathic medicinal product
used within the homeopathic
tradition for the symptomatic relief
of colic in babies over one month
The most common and distinctive
symptom of colic is excessive
crying in a baby that is otherwise
healthy and well fed. If you are in
any doubt that your baby has
colic, contact your doctor when
symptoms ﬁrst begin.
2. Before giving this medicine
• This medicine may not be suitable
for some babies. Ask your doctor
or pharmacist before giving it to
the baby if you are not sure.
• Do not give this medicine to the
baby if he/she is allergic to any
of the ingredients, see section 6.
• If you forget to give this medicine
to the baby, continue with the
next dose at the usual time. It
does not matter if you have
missed a dose. Do not give a
double dose to make up for the
• If you accidentally give the baby
too many granules consult your
doctor or pharmacist as soon as
4. Possible side effects
This medicine is not expected to
cause any side effects. However,
consult a doctor or qualiﬁed
healthcare practitioner if the
symptoms worsen, or persist for
more than 2 days or if side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to
your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
This includes any possible side
effects not listed in this leaﬂet. You
can also report side effects directly
via the yellow card scheme at
reporting side effects you can help
provide more information on the
safety of this medicine.
5. How to store this medicine
• Keep all medicines out of the
reach and sight of children.
• Do not store above 25°C.
• This product contains lactose. If
you have been told by your doctor
that your baby has an intolerance
to some sugars, consult your
doctor before using this medicine.
• If the baby is being given any other
medicines including medicines
prescribed by your doctor, or any
medicines you have bought for
them, talk to your doctor or
pharmacist before giving them
3. How to use this medicine
For oral use. For babies from 1
• Tear along perforations to detach
one sachet from strip of 4.
• Tear open sachet and empty the
contents into the baby’s mouth.
• The granules will dissolve in the
• Use one sachet every 2 hours for
a maximum of 6 doses during any
24 hour period.
• If you have any doubts that your
baby has colic, contact your
doctor when the symptoms ﬁrst
begin. Consult a doctor or
qualiﬁed healthcare practitioner
if the symptoms worsen, or persist
for more than 2 days or if side
• Do not exceed the stated dose.
Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
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