When you think of baby cold medicines, you probably think of cough drops or ibuprofen.
The only thing they have in common is that they’re available at a price tag of $5,000 to $10,000 per dose.
The Cold-Aware, Baby, and All-in-One Cold-App is the latest cold medicine to hit the market.
It’s available in 10 different forms, including the standard “cough syrup” that’s also sold as a liquid form.
In fact, the company says it has sold out of all the available varieties of its cold-applied syringes.
But you can’t just buy a generic version of a medicine.
It has to come from a trusted brand.
And, it has to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The FDA has been reviewing the ingredients in the Cold-All-inOne, Baby and All In One Cold-app, but it’s unclear if any of the products approved so far have been tested for contaminants.
This isn’t the first time a baby-friendly cold- medicine has hit the marketplace.
In 2016, the Coldware brand sold $4 million worth of products.
The makers of the cold-sickening syringles that were on the market were pulled off the market in 2016 because they were found to contain high levels of benzyl nitrite, a chemical known to cause liver toxicity.
Now, Baby Cold Medicine is the only one of its kind.
The brand is selling the product at a premium price of $10 per dose, with a three-day supply.
And if you’re worried about getting sick with a cold, BabyCold Medicine promises to cure your symptoms.
But there’s a catch.
While it has a “Cures Cold” label, it does not offer any cures for the common cold, such as fevers, coughs, or a cold-related sore throat.
BabyCold says it is looking into adding a cold vaccine.
The company says that the ColdApp, BabySnack, and ColdPulse are also being tested for viruses and bacteria, which it says are being detected with the Cold App.
And the ColdSnack has been tested and has tested negative for any viruses.
You can still buy the cold medicine from a number of other online and retail outlets.
But if you want to find the cold remedy that’s right for you, you’re going to have to get a prescription from your doctor.
Read more about baby colds and the FDA.