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Using Essential Oils for the Ultimate Birth Experience

Midwifery and homebirth have become very popular when it comes time for delivery. There are many reasons people are opting to birth their children at home as opposed to at a hospital. People are looking for more natural alternatives to the big business of hospital births.

There’s a chance hospital born babies can be exposed to dangerous bacteria during the birthing process, as well as during their stay. One in ten hospital births faces complications due to infections acquired from the hospital. Even with lots of precautions and rigorous protocols, hospitals are not completely sterile environments, not even in operating rooms.

If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to give birth to your child, you may want to consider your home.

A birth at home allows your baby to be born in its natural flora (the mother’s flora), as opposed to that of the nurse and hospital staff. It can take up to two weeks for a baby’s flora to shift to its mother’s after it returns home from the hospital, which can put its health at risk for that period of time.

Hospital birthing is an industry designed to maximize profit. Many mothers feel they will not receive the best care from an industry that wants to birth babies in an assembly line type of process. You and your baby deserve better than that.

Did you know? Essential oils are found in every midwife’s toolbelt.

Professional and dedicated midwives have learned what an invaluable asset essential oils are for having a healthy delivery.

Essential oils are a very effective way to facilitate uterine contractions and reduce pain and anxiety for the mother during the birthing process. Essential oils also have postpartum healing qualities beneficial to the mother and baby.

Midwives make great use of aromatherapy during labor. There are many options for utilization, including twelve essential oils specific for the process of labor, as well as specific oil blends. Essential oils can also be used to treat the myriad of discomforts experienced during childbirth.

Midwives learn in great detail how to use essential oils to make the birthing process as easy and safe as possible for you and your baby.

There is substantial evidence supporting the use of essential oils during the process of childbirth. However, you probably won’t find them in your local drugstore and your doctor won’t prescribe their use because they cannot be patented. Big pharma cannot make millions off of their use.

During pregnancy, essential oils can be used to protect your baby by helping to keep its environment clean. There are many essential oils and blends of essential oils that can be used to keep your home clean and keep your baby safe in the womb.

Evidence suggests that mothers who are treated with essential oils during childbirth have less painful and easier deliveries. Aromatherapy is a proven way to ease the mother’s nerves and make her more relaxed and calm during the experience. These are just a few of the benefits of essential oils.

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