Essential Oils for Maternal Wellness will give you or an expectant mother the knowledge to integrate Essential Oils into maternity and birth. Readers will come away feeling more confident using and recommending Essential Oils during pregnancy, each phase of labor, in postpartum, and in caring for infants and babies.
Essential Oils can be used safely and effectively to lessen the majority of the common discomforts that arise during the year. Aromatherapy has risen in popularity and is forging the way to becoming one of the most affordable means for self-care and family care with improved access to high-quality oils, Essential Oil research, and education.
Stephanie McBride is is a mother of three, a passionate advocate for the use of Essential Oils as a form of natural self-care from the moment of conception onward. Her primary focus is botanical medicine studies, coupled with practical experience as a certified clinical herbalist, professional aromatherapist, and functional nutritionist has given her the in-depth knowledge necessary to simplify this ancient health modality for others to enjoy.
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