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AROMATHERAPY FOR POSTPARTUM
Now that the baby has finally arrived, you can enjoy yourself and your baby. The essential oils are ideal to use after the birth, not only because of their excellent antibiotic, antiseptic, and disinfectant properties but because they are emotionally and spiritually uplifting. You cannot use every essential oil at this time because you are still recovering from the birth experience, but among those recommended there is something for every mother to enjoy pampering herself with - and the knowledge that she is doing something good for herself at the same time.
These oils listed can be used in a bath (4 drops) or incorporated into a body oil (a total of 30 drops per 2 tablespoons vegetable or nut base oil) or in any of the room methods (diffuser, light bulb ring). Do not use anything including essential oils, in a douche or sitz bath at this time. If you shower rather than bathe, simply put 4 drops of essential oil on your facecloth after you have finished washing yourself and wipe all over your body.
POSTNATAL ESSENTIAL OILS
Calendula Essential Oil Chamomile Essential Oil Clary-sage Essential Oil Fennel Essential Oil Frankincense Essential Oil Geranium Essential Oil Grapefruit Essential Oil Lavender Essential Oil Myrrh Essential Oil Neroli Essential Oil Nutmeg Essential Oil Patchouli Essential Oil Rose Essential Oil Bois de rose (Rosewood) Essential Oil Yarrow Essential Oil
Infections after birth can happen for both the mother and baby. Nature has provided a means to fight infections by the use of colostrum, the first food that comes from the mother's breast before her milk comes in at about the third day postpartum. Colostrum can be used by applying it to an infection. It is packed with antibodies which give resistance to infections, which is why it proves to be such a remarkable remedy for all sorts of ailments from eye infections to cuts and wounds, not to mention that this is why it is extremely important that your newborn baby should be breastfeeding and not be put on a formula and bottlefed.
After the birth, it is very important that the whole genital and perineal area is kept clean and free from infection. After every bathroom use, the area needs to be rinsed with saline (0.9 percent salt water) solution or other prepared herbal wash (comfrey is a good herb to use for perineal care) placed in a large squirt bottle and gently washed over the area. After the initial wash, you can then rinse again with an essential oil solution. This can be used in a squirt bottle and spray rinsed or placed in a bowl and the perineal area submerged in it.
PERINEAL ESSENTIAL OIL WASH
Lavender Essential Oil - 1 drop Roman or German Chamomile Essential Oil - 1 drop
Use one drop of each or 2 drops of one oil. Either will work, and both work well together. Swish the oil around in the warm water and either rinse the perineal area or submerge the area into the wash. This simple wash ensures a chemical-free genial wash that is highly effective in both keeping infection away and facilitating healing.
If you do have an infection in the vagina or cervix following birth, use this formula:
Lavender Essential Oil - 20 drops Roman or German Chamomile Essential Oil - 10 drops Yarrow Essential Oil - 10 drops
Put 3 drops of the blended oils into a bowl of warm water and bathe three times a day with it. Remain submerged in the water-oil blend for at least 5 minutes to allow the essential oils to do their job. This blend should be made up in quantity because it will be useful to treat all manners of infections, for you and your baby, especially during the first few months of susceptibility. The blended oils should be kept in a clean, brown glass bottle that has a dropper for easy measurement. Do not use this blend in any body orifice - mouth, ears, rectum, or vagina (unless specifically directed, and then following the instruction carefully). For treating cuts, grazes, or open wounds, bathe the area with sterilized gauze which has been soaked in 1 pint water to which you have added 2 drops of the blended formula.
Rashes on the baby's or mother's skin can be treated by mixing 1 drop of the blended formula with 1 tablespoon of cream. Mix it in well with whatever lotion or cream you would usually use for that purpose. If you have not been recovering from your birth as quickly as you should or as expected, this may mean that your immune system is weak from the overwork. The immune system can be boosted by massaging the whole body with a body oil made my adding 5 drops of the infection formula with 1 teaspoon vegetable or nut oil. If you have contracted an infection of the uterus, make a body oil using the same 5-to-1 proportions and massage over you stomach and lower back.
Of course, with any kind of infection, be sure to notify your midwife immediately if you have any symptoms of infection (fever, body aches, discharge, etc.) so she may be able to help you by using other complimentary therapies in conjunction with aromatherapy. Do not ignore any infection.
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CARE OF THE BREASTS
Breast and nipple care becomes very important after a birth, for the comfort of the mother and well-being of the baby. Cracked nipples are a fairly common problem and are surprisingly painful. This reason alone would warrant taking good care of them, but the possibility of subsequent infection makes it vital. The formula for cracked nipples works very well, massaged thoroughly over the whole nipple and areola area. Also spend some time stimulating the nipples by rolling them between well-oiled thumb and forefingers.
CRACKED NIPPLE OIL BLEND
Almond Herbal Oil - 90% Wheat Germ Herbal Oil - 10%
Add Calendula Essential Oil - 5 drops per 1 teaspoon base oil.
Calendula essential oil can also be added to
Vitamin E Cream. This can be taken out of the tube and placed in a small, clean jar. Mix the calendula essential oil in well, using 5 drops to each teaspoon of cream.
Whatever you put on the nipples to alleviate the pain of cracking, wash it off carefully before you let your baby breastfeed. After breastfeeding, wash and dry the nipples carefully and reapply the cracked nipple treatment.
Breast infections (mastitis) can occasionally occur before birth but are more usual after a birth. It is common with breastfeeding mothers. The breast becomes hard, painful, red, very hot feeling to the touch, and possibly a feeling of pulsation may be felt. Notify your midwife immediately. She will help you to alleviate the problem. In addition to her therapies, you can also use this formula to treat the redness, inflammation and soreness. It is a natural antibiotic and stimulates the autoimmune system.
BREAST INFECTION OIL BLEND
German Chamomile Essential Oil - 15 drops Lavender Essential Oil - 10 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 5 drops
Make up a concentrate using these proportions.
Use 10 drops of the formula placed in a saucer of warm chamomile tea. Soak a piece of muslin in the saucer and place over the breast, as you would a compress. Repeat this treatment twice a day for five days only. If there is still discomfort after this time, prepare a massage oil using these quantities of essential oil (a total of 30 drops) in 2 tablespoons of vegetable or nut oil and rub over both breasts twice a day until the condition eases.
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The best start in life for an infant is being breastfed, but sometimes this is not so easy. It takes a lot of perseverance and determination, along with support from your partner, friends and family. Even with the most experienced of breastfeeding mothers, problems can still arise that need to be addressed. Some of the problems may be engorgement; lack of milk flow; a weak mother; a baby that cannot suck strongly enough to stimulate the flow of milk; large nipples that may be difficult for the baby to latch onto; large breasts that may also make it hard for the baby to held so that the baby can nurse; inverted nipples that are difficult for the baby to latch on. Whatever the problem, it can be equally frustrating for both the mother and the baby and help should be sought from you midwife, your health care provider, a lactation consultant or the La Leche League (which is mothers helping mothers and can be found in most areas). Of course essential oils cannot solve all problems, but they aid in treatment if the supply of milk is insufficient for the baby's needs or if the mother is generally weak after the birth.
The following three options are equally effective in increasing lactation, so choose which one to use on the basis of which essential oil you already have on hand or can easily obtain.
MASSAGE OIL TO INCREASE LACTATION
Fennel Essential Oil - 15 dropsOr
Geranium Essential Oil - 15 dropsOr
Clary-Sage Essential Oil - 10 drops
Diluted in 2 tablespoons good quality nut or vegetable oil.
Use one essential oil only to make your massage oil - do not mix them for this treatment - and massage the breasts in a circular movement, starting under the arms, working inward and downward and then up between the cleavage. do this once a day, remembering to wash the oil off before feeding your baby.
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Carrying a baby through pregnancy and giving birth expends a great deal of energy both physically and emotionally. This is a remedy for a woman that needs that extra little boost to bring her up and able to function better and feeling more normal.
POSTNATAL BOOST SPECIAL BLEND
Nutmeg Essential Oil - 7 drops Bois de rose (Rosewood) Essential Oil - 6 drops Frankincense Essential Oil - 2 drops Lemon Essential Oil - 9 drops Rose Essential Oil (any) - 6 drops
Use these quantities to 2 tablespoons vegetable oil for a massage oil or body rub.
Use these proportions to make a concentrate and use in a diffuser or room method, or a perfume.
This formula is different than the ones found in postpartum depression. This one is for every new mother and is a nice way of giving her a boost in place of "flowers" for the occasion.
POSTPARTUM (POSTNATAL) DEPRESSION
In times past, postpartum depression was not a recognized medical condition and the women and their families had no justification for the feelings of depression which overcame the new mother, often accompanied by rejection of her baby. Now we know that this is a medical condition and that it is associated with the changing and loss or increase in hormones that are all a part of pregnancy, labor, birth, and postnatally. When a woman looses her placenta at the time of birth, she is also loosing a store of hormones which are essential to her well being. There are women today who eat their own placenta after the birth and report a feeling of euphoria. This replaces the hormones that she is losing, stops or prevents blood loss, and provides necessary nutrients that are expended during the labor and birth. The moment the placenta is delivered, the front part of the pituitary gland swings into action and produces prolactin and oxytocin which are essential for lactation to begin. Progesterone injected immediately after birth seems to alleviate the symptoms of severe postpartum depression in susceptible women. Giving birth is a serious hormonal all-change and one that affects women differently.
There are degrees of postpartum depression, ranging from the "baby blues" which affects so many women around three days after the birth that it has come to be seen as an integral part of giving birth, to the frightening puerperal psychosis - a complete loss of sanity which affects about one woman in five hundred. And some women, of course, experience no depression at all.
Giving birth is the most profound chemical change a human body can go through in the space of a few hours, it is also the most profound social change for the mother and will affect every move she makes for the next decade, at least. There are many pressures after the birth of a child and many causes for concern. As well as the unrelenting demands of the baby itself, there is the always-present diapers, cleaning, washing, bathing, feeding, lack of sleep, friends and family with conflicting advice, a partner who may feel left out and jealous, single friends running of to exciting activities, possibly other children that may have some sibling rivalry, and images of a perfect and happy mother in advertisements and on old television shows. As if this is not enough for a new mother, there is also the fear that something may happen to the baby while it is sleeping and trying to be prepared in the event that something does happen.
Realize that profound changes have taken place in terms of hormones, the physical body, the psychological and social aspects, and try to nip in the bud any problems that may arise. As far as essential oils are concerned, this is largely a matter of redressing the balance on the hormonal and emotional levels so that motivation, determination, and feelings of self-esteem are not allowed to get out of balance. Socially, those around the mother need to recognize the complex change that has taken place in your timetable and that you need a little time to yourself and extra help and support from family, partner, children and friends. With the essential oils and three hours a week from their partner, most new mothers will find they can not only cope but handle the situation with renewed confidence and energy.
Never forget that your baby's well-being depends on your own well-being and so anything you do that will make your life easier and happier will also help the baby. Do not feel guilty about spoiling yourself a little. You have spent nine months carrying the baby around and nourishing it, have been through labor and birth, committing yourself to a lifetime's hard work. Of course you deserve a bit of pampering. It does not hurt to get a new hair style or buy a new outfit, get some lotions or potions to cheer you up. There are no better potions than taking a time to yourself and using some essential oils from the following list that will make you feel special, calming and strengthening to your nervous system and in their own way help you to lift depression.
"GOODBYE TO BABY BLUES" ESSENTIAL OILS
Bergamot Essential Oil Neroli Essential Oil Narcissus Essential Oil Clary-Sage Essential Oil Grapefruit Essential Oil Immortelle Essential Oil Mandarin Essential Oil Geranium Essential Oil Rose Essential Oil Angelica Essential Oil
You can use any of the above on their own or in combination - up to a total of 30 drops in 2 tablespoons vegetable oil for a massage oil; up to 2 to 3 drops in a room diffuser; 4 to 6 drops in a bath; or simply dab on like a perfume.
This formula can be used as soon as you like after delivery. Rub the massage oil over your tummy and breasts, to restore tone to your skin and to make you feel better. If you are prepared, you can prevent the "baby blues" from latching on at the beginning.
If you need a major lift, give yourself three hours a week for total indulgence. Ask your partner to babysit for that time, and if you are feeling guilty, remember that he needs time to form a close bond with the baby, too.
Do not be possessive about the baby. Choose one of the single oils listed above or one of the following blends, pick up a good novel and retire to the bathroom. Run the bath and put in 6 drops of your chosen oil or blend of oils, swish it around and sink into the bath, breathing deeply to inhale the aroma. The combination of water, essential oils, and something to occupy your mind works wonderfully to relax and revitalize you. Stay there as long as you want. Do not dash straight from the bath to care for your baby or make dinner; take your three hours totally for yourself.
Retreat now to your bedroom and taking your time, rub the body oil into your body, concentrating on the tummy, from breast to pubic line. Breathe deeply as you apply the oil and do some gentle stretching exercises. Putter around doing nothing in particular, painting your nails or whatever you want to do - even if is just lying down on the bed, resting and thinking. Take your full three hours, ignoring all the sounds coming from the other room, and if you still feel guilty about leaving your baby in the hands of your partner, just remember that you have the responsibility for one hundred and sixty five hours a week and he only has it for three! You are not asking too much: you are trying to preserve your sanity for the benefit of the whole family, and it is surprising how just three hours of cushioned indulgence with the essential oils can strengthen and revitalize you.
BANISHING THE BABY BLUES OIL BLENDS
Geranium Essential Oil - 5 drops Neroli Essential Oil - 10 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil - 15 drops
Clary-Sage Essential Oil - 5 drops Rose Essential Oil - 2 drops Bergamot Essential Oil - 10 drops
Mandarin Essential Oil - 3 drops Neroli Essential Oil - 4 drops Immortelle Essential Oil - 8 drops
Angelica Essential Oil - 5 drops Geranium Essential Oil - 8 drops Bergamot Essential Oil - 6 drops
Grapefruit Essential Oil - 10 drops Geranium Essential Oil - 10 drops Mandarin Essential Oil - 5 drops
Mix your blend of oils before hand in a clean, brown glass bottle using the proportions shown. Then use 5 drops per 1 teaspoon vegetable oil when making the massage oil.
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Latin name: Narcissus poeticus. Family name: Amaryllidacaea. Narcissus is a botanical name for the sort of springtime bulbous plant of amaryllis family, Amaryllidaceae. There are around 26 of wild and several hundreds of cultivated variances, and although it is mainly considered to be a spring-time flower, some sorts bloom in autumn. Sorts are different by color, shape and size. The flower can be yellow or white, but also combined white and yellow, orange, red, and pink. The flowers, growing on a strong stalk, can be star-shaped or trumpet shaped, simple or multi-flowered. The leaves are long and light-green. The cultivated varieties are roughly divided into three categories, based on their general characteristics. Those are: a Daffodil with four to six flattened, grass-like leaves, and its flower stalk bears a single flower with a long, trumpet like corona; a jonquil, with two to four narrow, cylindrical, rush-like leaves, and its flower stalk bears two to six relatively small flowers with short coronas; and narcissus, similar to Daffodil, but its flattened flower stalk bears four to eight flowers with short coronas. Narcissus is very resistant, and almost all sorts can survive the winter without problems, and therefore once planted bulb can grow flowers for years. Narcissus originates from South-West Europe and North Africa, but some sorts can be found in Central Asia and China, and some sources claim that narcissus originated from Persia, and was brought to China in the 8th century by the traders traveling on the Silk Route. The oil is extracted from several variances of flowers: Narcissus poeticus, Narcissus tazetta and Narcissus jonquill. Sorts that bloom in May, among which the most important and quite rare variance is Narcissus poeticus, are used for production of essential oil for perfume industry.
The name narcissus was derived from the Greek word ‘narke’, later adopted by Romans as ‘narce’, meaning ‘to be numb’, what referred to narcotic effects of narcissus, which can be overwhelming. Narcissus was used from the ancient of times for various purposes. Romans were using narcissus unguent for creation of fragrance called Narcissinum. Arabs used it in their perfumery, as well as to cure baldness. In India, the oil of narcissus, as well as fragrant oils of sandal, jasmine, and rose, is applied to body before prayer. In France it was used for treating epilepsy and hysteria. It was used in cosmetics as an additive to powders, soaps and lipsticks. In China narcissus is associated with good fortune and gain. And today narcissus is a symbol of awaking and hope.
The scent of narcissus oil is strong and rich; it reminds of smell of dark green leaves with traces of hyacinth and jasmine. The oil is extracted by enfleurage (technique of extraction of fragrant components by oil). Nowadays it is also extracted by volatile solvents, a technique that produces both concrete and absolute. It takes 500 kilograms of flowers to produce 1 kilogram of concrete, or 300 grams of absolute, what makes narcissus oil expensive. Today, the major quantities of narcissus essential oil are produced in the Netherlands and in the Grasse region of France.
The essential oil of narcissus is rather strong and heady, and may influence the nervous system. It calms nerves and helps release stress and tension. Still, it requires careful handling, because higher doses of narcissus oil can cause headache and vomiting. Also, allergic reactions to narcissus oil have been reported.
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Allspice Leaf Oil Angelica Oil Anise Oil Baobab Oil Basil Oil Bay Laurel Oil Bay Oil Benzoin Oil Bergamot Oil Black Pepper Oil Chamomile (German) Oil Cajuput Oil Calamus Oil Camphor (White) Oil Caraway Oil Cardamom Oil Carrot Seed Oil Catnip Oil Cedarwood Oil Chamomile Oil Cinnamon Oil Citronella Oil Clary-Sage Oil Clove Oil Coriander Oil Cypress Oil Dill Oil Eucalyptus Oil Fennel Oil Fir Needle Oil Frankincense Oil Geranium Oil German Chamomile Oil Ginger Oil Grapefruit Oil Helichrysum Oil Hyssop Oil Iris-Root Oil Jasmine Oil Juniper Oil Labdanum Oil Lavender Oil Lemon-Balm Oil Lemongrass Oil Lemon Oil Lime Oil Longleaf-Pine Oil Mandarin Oil Marjoram Oil Mimosa Oil Myrrh Oil Myrtle Oil Neroli Oil Niaouli Oil Nutmeg Oil Orange Oil Oregano Oil Palmarosa Oil Patchouli Oil Peppermint Oil Peru-Balsam Oil Petitgrain Oil Pine-Long Leaf Oil Pine-Needle Oil Pine-Swiss Oil Rosemary Oil Rose Oil Rosewood Oil Sage Oil Sandalwood Oil Savory Oil Spearmint Oil Spikenard Oil Swiss-Pine Oil Tangerine Oil Tea-Tree Oil Thyme Oil Vanilla Oil Verbena Oil Vetiver Oil Violet Oil White-Camphor Oil Yarrow Oil Ylang-Ylang Oil Aromatherapy
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