Ashton & Parsons Teething Powders have been traditionally used to soothe the symptoms of teething pain for 150 years. While everything else is changing around you, parents can rest assured that these products contain the same ingredients, and are made to the same recipe, as the original powders of 1867.
Ashton & Parsons are the UK's best-selling teething brand in pharmacies and online health stores, like Natures Healthbox. For hundreds of years, they have been used to help generations of mothers and babies through teething as a traditional, long-standing remedy. Today, families all across Great Britain still rely on Ashton & Parsons to relieve their babies’ teething pain. These powders (below) offer parents trusted remedies to keep handy, at home and on the move, for whenever and wherever teething pain strikes.
Both Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powder 20 Sachets and the Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powder 20 Sachets - Pack of 3 are traditional herbal medicinal products. They are used for the symptomatic relief of teething pain and the symptoms associated with teething which are sore and tender gums, dribbling based & flushed cheeks.
Ashton & Parsons established premises at 17 Wormwood Street, Bishopsgate, London in 1867. By 1890 they were first advertised in the Liverpool Herald (NSW), and by 1910 their well-publicised 'Baby’s Notebook' was read by millions of new parents, who took advantage of its useful hints and tips to aid their baby’s well-being. During the first World War, it was difficult to deliver medicines to the front line but Ashton & Parsons employees went to work on creating a cabinet to dry medicines into tablets. This made them smaller, more manageable and ultimately easier to distribute to the front line. After surviving two World Wars, fast forward to the early 2000's and Ashton & Parsons is acquired by Alliance Pharmaceuticals Ltd in 2011. The following year it is categorised as a Traditional Herbal Remedy (THR), and in 2013, Ashton & Parsons new owners become a member of the British Herbal Medicines Society (BHMA).