Clary Calm yourself
Now that your baby is here how do you care for yourself? Holly Lo, Certified labor doula, and childbirth educator did a wonderful webinar. Essential life series for all doterra subscribers to watch. It’s called Mothers and Babies She said: “Nobody told me I would feel like I was hit by a bus!” Following the delivery of her first child, she knew had t be a better way.
Caring for yourself is very important. Use Clary calm on abdomen and pulse points for controlling your emotions. Provides a soothing and calming effect during a woman’s menstrual cycle or the following birth. Calming aroma helps soothe and balance heightened emotions
Helps balance mood throughout the month. ClaryCalm is a proprietary blend of essential oils that provides a soothing and calming effect during a woman’s menstrual cycle. A topical blend of Clary Sage, Lavender, Bergamot, Roman Chamomile, Cedarwood, Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Fennel, Carrot Seed, Palmarosa, and Vitex, ClaryCalm provides a cooling effect to the skin and help balance emotions. ClaryCalm utilizes FCF (furanocoumarin free) Bergamot essential oil to prevent sun sensitivity.
After a cesarian, use Immortelle Anti-aging
Can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
May reduce contributing factors to the appearance of aging skin.
Helps sustain smoother, more radiant, and youthful-looking skin.
Frankincense Resin, Hawaiian Sandalwood, Lavender Flower, Myrrh Gum Resin, Helichrysum Flower, and Rose Flower essential oils.
When breastfeeding uses peppermint in a diffuser only, keep from ingesting it. When using essential oils on babies start with diluting them with olive oil or fractionated coconut oil.
Apply to bottoms of feet and ears. massaging on the outside of the ear. Essential oils cannot go into the ear. Instead, use a cotton ball with a drop essential and place inside the outer ear. Use lavender for a calming massage before sleeping. Add Lavender and frankincense or the Serenity blend in the diffusor for restful sleep.
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