Aquaduct -- Yes, I know Tylenol can be harmful to the liver, which is why I'm not so hip on giving it to my kids. The motrin/tylenol/motrin rounds really have been the only course of treatment that has been working, especially for DS. (DD is too young for motrin, and I don't like giving her, or either of them for that matter, medication, so the tylenol is usually only administered at night when the baby is OBVIOUSLY miserable.) But thanks for the info.
I know that a fever is not a bad thing, in and of itself. I know that it has a purpose, and that it actually works to fight off whatever is causing my child to be ill. However, I also know that a temperature of 106+ makes for one very miserable child. A lower temp. makes for a more comfortable baby while still leaving the fever to do its work, which is why I'm looking for something to reduce fever, not eradicate it altogether. I'll check out the Viburcol, and the herbs you mentioned. Again, thanks for the info!
Chelly: I'd LOVE to consult someone. However, here in the wilds of North Dakota, alternative medicine means asking a different doctor. I can't seem to find a homeopath, naturopath, accupressurist/puncturist, water therapist, etc. in the whole damn state. I can't wait until we can live somewhere a bit more with it, kwim?!?
Thanks, everyone, for the suggestions. I'll see what I can find out about the herbs you've mentioned. I really appreciate you taking the time to respond!