Growing up I was lactose intolerant and still don’t eat dairy. I introduced dairy to my son as a baby and it seems to agree with him. He is now a year and a half and drinks about three cups of milk a day. Because he also gets dairy from other sources like cheese and yogurt, I started making plant-based hemp milk to mix it up.Read More
After childbirth, it can be difficult to sit let alone wipe down there (or, needless to say, have sex)! We asked Dr. Beverly Huang, NDfor a few ideas to help make things more comfortable while supporting an expedited healing process.
Dr. Beverly suggests this topical healing brew tea for cooling, cleansing and soothing the perineum after childbirth: "Pour the tea into squeeze bottle to use after each urination to cleanse and sooth the perineum. It will keep for two days on the back of the toilet. This tea can also be frozen in a peri bottle and used as it thaws out after the birth as a cooling spray on the perineum."Read More
Using perineal healing herbs on frozen maxi pads can speed up the healing process significantly. We asked Dr. Beverly Huang, ND about it.
According to Dr. Beverly, "using Calendula tincture and Hypericum oil promotes tissue healing after childbirth". She suggests using these healing herb padsicles:Read More