This blend was specifically made for my many clients with postpartum mood disorders (anxiety, mild depression, overwhelm, baby blues, mood swings, hormone fluctuations). Transition herb blend is ideal for postpartum or anytime mood swings, mild baby blues, hormone roller coasters, or tumultuous times of change. ease transitions, help find your balance in any time of change. calming nervines soothe racing thoughts and tension, adaptogens make you more resilient and able to handle stress with grace. for when you may need a hug from your mother. lovely for breastfeeding, calms your baby through medicinal herbs safe for your newborn in your milk as well.
comes in a 3 ounce bottle or .35 ounce roll on.
Ingredients: ashwaganda, catnip, chamomile, hawthorn, lemon balm, motherwort, oatstraw, passionflower, schisandra, shatavari, skullcap, st john’s wort, rose, lavender, and apricot kernel, sunflower, jojoba, olive, and vitamin E oils
Our herbal oils are administered topically to be absorbed into the body to attain systemic (throughout the body) distribution. Our oils are not essential oils (steam distilled), but instead are medicinal herbs that have fat soluble medicinal constituents, meaning the healing and therapeutic components are easily extracted into oils. The skin is the largest organ of the body and much can be absorbed topically, particularly fat soluble extracts. To illustrate, think of topical medications (nitroglycerin, hormone replacement, patches), magnesium, facial serums, creams, gels, lotions, or ointments. Our medicinal herbs have been hand picked, and extracted deeply into high quality, nourishing oils. Use them as medicine - massage them into yourself or loved ones as treatment that includes therapeutic touch and love to heal and nourish. Essential oils are often too harsh to use on delicate or sensitive skin; medicinal herbs extracted into oils for massage are gentler on the skin and safe for sensitive or delicate skin. Topical application also means herbs that may be too bitter tasting to drink can still be therapeutically absorbed transdermally.