Our bodies are incredible machines. We often forget how important caring for the inside is until we have problems.
Fertility is an issue that affects so many people these days. Helping to address this issue naturally first is always best.
I am often asked what i recommend for women trying to concieve. Fact is nothing you take will get you pregnant, what it will do is make a favorable, healthy, nutrient rich environment that is healthy and thriving for conception.
I am made a set of some of the most important things I think a women should use before and while trying to become pregnant.
This combination of herbs aids in proper menstrual cycle. Promoting healing of internal organs from things like infertility, PCOS, endometriosis, scanty irregular menstrual cyclesand painful periods.
Ingredients: Vegetable Glycerin, Ginger, Stinging Nettle, Red Raspberry Leaf, Red Clover Mint and Oatstraw
Directions: Use 2 droppers full 3 times a day until conception is achieved then discontinue.
Ingredients: Red raspberry leaves, Red clover leaves, Stinging nettle, Peppermint leaves
Directions: Bring one cup of water to a boil. Remove from heat and add 1 teaspoon of herbal tea. Let steep for five minutes. Drink 2 to 3 cups each day and enjoy.
Blessed Womb Massage Oil
Ingredients: Geranium, Clary Sage, Rose
Calendula, Yarrow, Motherwort, Ginger
Directions: Use dropper and put a small amount of the oil into the palm of your hand. Then gently massage your lower abdomen, ankles and feet once to twice a day.
Vagina Steam baths bring heat to the womb.
Women who may benefit from a vagi-steam would be those with the following conditions: uterine fibroids, painful menstruation, uterine weakness, uterine prolapse, irregular menstrual cycles, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, reproductive adhesion/scar tissue, previous vaginal tear or episiotomy, and dark purple or brown blood at the onset or end of menses.
Ingredients: Rosemary, Lavender, Oregano, Marigold, Raspberry Leaf, Rose petals, Motherwort, Chamomile
In some cases a woman should not do vagi-steam
Do not do during your period, if you have a vaginal infection, open wounds, sores, or blisters, do not do if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant. If you have genital piercings, take them out, the heat will cause the piercing to burn you.
Note: Do not use essential oils in your vagi-steam bath, this is because they may burn the delicate tissues of the genitals.
*Pour eight cups of water (preferably purified water) into a medium-size pot.
*Place a handful of fresh herbs (about a quarter cup) into the water. Bring water to a soft boil (with the lid on) for five minutes.
*Turn off the heat and steep for another five minutes with the lid on. Pour four cups (half of the pot) of water into a bowl you've placed in your toilet.
*Wave your hand eight to ten inches over the herbal water to make sure it's not too hot.
*Remove your underwear and sit on the seat above the steaming water.
*Drape a large blanket or sheet around your waist and down to the floor to make sure no steam escapes.
*Keep yourself warm by wearing something on your feet (socks, slippers) and neck.
*You do not want any cold to get into your body while you are trying to warm it.
*You should feel a warm, rolling heat for about ten to 12 minutes.
*When the steam dies down, dump the water into the toilet.
*If it has cooled too much you'll need to reheat it, but test again before sitting over the steam.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.
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Jul 27, 2020
Wonderful lovely products, looking forward to the results :)