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Essential Oils for Pregnancy

Essential Oils for Pregnancy - - local -

Fertility Blend

Trying to grow your family? Lavender, Fennel, Clary Sage, and Rose are a few essential oils that some women credit for improved fertility.

In a 30mL lotion pump bottle:

Rub this blend between your hands, on your abdomen, and lower back. For a more relaxing, luxurious experience, add this recipe into a warm bath every night before bed! Best of luck in growing your family!


Labour Diffuser Blend

If possible, using a diffuser blend in the room of your labour can be a great way to utilize the soothing effects of aromatherapy when you need them most!

Add a few drops of these essential oils into your favourite diffuser:

  • Lavender
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Roman Chamomile
  • Orange

    Stretch Mark Treatment

    We all have them: stretch marks! These small tears in the dermis are a result of rapid growth, so the vast majority of pregnant women develop them. Stretch marks are nothing to be ashamed of; they're a beautiful part of being a woman! However, there is also no shame in choosing to reduce the appearance of them.

    In a 10 mL roller bottle:

    Show your body some love and massage over affected areas on a consistent basis. Note: Not all essential oils are safe to use while pregnant. We recommend using this blend after pregnancy.


    If you're interested in learning or teaching about essential oils for pregnancy, check out our Pregnancy, Birth, & Beyond Tearpad and Essential Oils for Pregnancy, Birth & Babies book!



    DISCLAIMER: Make sure you are using essential oils that are Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade. All information mentioned in this blog post has not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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