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#1 of 4 Old 03-30-2009, 09:16 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My 13 month old daughter got a hold of a bottle of Calms Forte for Kids ... you can't OD on homeopathics, can you?

I think she got a good handful of them before I caught her. She seems normal so far? Any reassurance?

DD 2/08
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Nope, you can't OD on homeopathics
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Thanks!

It actually seems to be keeping her up. I put her down at 9:00 and she's still chattering away in her room. Hm.

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I have to tell you Hylands has the BEST customer service. My DS (at age 4 mind you ate the ENTIRE contents of the arnica and teething tablets and calms forte when I had unthinkingly left them within his reach. I called poison control immediately and was told to call Hylands. I did so and a Dr. from Hylands called me back on a SUNDAY to speak with me. He said it is nearly impossible to OD on the stuff since the doses are so small. You can call them 24 hours a day and they will call you back right away. They are always on call. My guess is they get alot of these calls because they don't have child-proof caps
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