EARTH MAMA ANGEL BABY: Postpartum Bath Herbs 6 pad

Postpartum Bath Herbs - 6 pad

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  • 100% USDA Organic
  • Herbal Pads for Postpardum Bottom Problems
  • Non GMO Project

UPC: 859220000549
# RM0008

Earth Mama Angel Baby Postpartum Bath Herbs 6 pad
Postpartum Bath Herbs are a heap of help for your heinie, both before and after the birth of your angel. This unique blend is made with organic herbs, salts, and organic oatmeal, to help reduce welling and speed healing of vaginal soreness, episiotomy and perineal bruising. Soothing for both prenatal and postpartum hemorrhoids too.

Directly after childbirth and for several days, use the moistened herbal pads iced to comfort your achy lady parts. Later, sue it warm or in a sitz bath for soothing relief. "Sitz" easier, feel better naturally

Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana)
There's nothing particularly witchy about Witch Hazel, though its herbal prowess might border on magical. The tanins in its unassuming green leaves and bark supply healing antiseptic and astringent properties. used as an external poultice, Witch Hazel reduces inflammation and cleanses sores and wounds. Witch Hazel extract is used externally for hemorrhoids and varicose veins, and as an antiseptic, an astringent, and also as a make-up remover and facial toner.

Suggested Use
Lay herbal pad in a shallow bowl and cover with boiling water. Steep for approx. 5 min. and let cool to touch. Very gently drain extra liquid from pad, leaving it moist but not soaking. Don't squeeze! The herbal pads are fragile and can burst. Apply moist pad directly to perineum warm, or cool in the freezer and apply iced. But wait! Save the remaining liquid and use the healing herbally goodness to pour onto an extra postpartum pad and store in the freezer for later use.

Other Ingredients
Sea salt, avena sativa (organic oatmeal) kernel meal, hamamelis virginiana (organic witch hazel) leaf, achillea millefolium (organic yarrow) flower, plantago major (organic plantain) leaf, calendula officinalis (organic calendula) flowers.

For external use only. Consult your healthcare provider about the use of herbs during pregnancy, postpartum or if perineal discomfort persists.

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