Do not use adult dumpling powder for infants

Do not use adult dumpling powder for infants

When the weather is hot, parents often throw some dumpling powder on their children, but if the adult dumpling powder is misused, it will harm the health of infants and young children.

Because the medicines contained in adult rice dumpling powder and pediatric rice dumpling powder have different dosages.

Adult gardenia powder contains menthol, camphor (or borneol) 3 to 4 times more than pediatric gardenia powder; sublimed sulfur 10 times more; and salicylic acid, which has great skin irritation, doubles it.

In particular, adult gardenia powder contains boric acid, while pediatric gardenia powder is prohibited.

If you misuse adult rice dumpling powder, poisoning will occur, causing nausea and vomiting, erythema on the skin, convulsions and abnormal urine.