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asphista

garlic is used use to being able to get across the counter as a liquid, a couple of drops in baby's milk, whould cause baby to burp and pass gas5 ## I am sorry, I am not sure was Asphista is, as I can't find it listed anywhere. Garlic, however, is available as an over the counter supplement. However, the use of it safely in infants is unproven! Supplements of any type can be just as dangerous as medications. There are medications available for infants to help with gaseous conditions and I recommend sticking with them for safety. Mylicon is a very popular one that can be purchased in most stores.

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