Like all homeopathic remedies, Hylands works with the body’s own immune system to help it restore balance naturally, without harsh or potentially unsafe ingredients.
Naturally, time has marched forward since the institution of the brand in 1903, when it originally emerged as Standard Homeopathic, before being acquired by George H. Hyland in 1910. It was at that time that the brand acquired its well-known name. However, while snazzier, more colorful and more complicated brands have taken to the shelves, mothers have gone on quietly trusting Hylands, as their own mothers did before them.
The YouTube video, “A Mother Knows-Hyland’s Homeopathic,” shows mothers interacting with their young ones, while the narrator delineates those things that only a mother knows by virtue of living out a role that no one can teach, that of motherhood. The intended message shines out loud and clear. The trust mothers feel for Hylands has been won over time, until it is now every bit as instinctive as the knowledge all mothers share. Trust in the Hylands brand comes as organically as the impetus all mothers have to bond with other mothers. That is the message woven into the YouTube video, which is very similar to the implied message on Hyland’s Instagram page.
Through battling all types of obstacles after the 2017 recall of Hyland’s Teething Tablets, Hyland’s has created an all-new product recently released to assist babies dealing with oral pain.
The Hyland Instagram page is chock-a-block with images of smiling family members, most young. Here and there a small bottle of a Hylands child-specific products peeps out, unobtrusively. The implied message suggests that Hyland’s cough syrup, teething drops, and other child-specific formulas, are as organically woven into the family as those things a mother knows instinctively. They are innate as trusted as Grandpa Jo and as welcome as Aunt Betty. In fact, given the longevity of the brand, it may not be untrue to call Hyland a part of the American Family Health Tree.