Thursday, November 1, 2012

Expecting help For the expectant Mother

Expectant Mothers Spray

Here's a spray for the expectant Moms out there with morning sickness.
Also helps after Chemo treatments

8 drops of Lemon oil
Distilled water
Purse size spray bottle (2oz)

Diffuse in the bedroom before getting up in the morning. Use whenever you feel nauseous.


Cellulite Leg Scrub

Caffeine promotes circulation and can be helpful for treating cellulite. Besides sloughing off dead skin cells, the massaging action of this scrub will help boost circulation. Regular use, in combination with exercise and a healthy diet, should yield improvement in a few weeks.

 1 cup fresh coffee grounds, cooled
1⁄2 cup raw sugar
1⁄2 cup coarse sea salt
1⁄2 cup light oil, such as vegetable or sunflower oil

 Mix together all ingredients and pour into a clean container.

To use: Massage into clean skin in a circular motion, focusing on your upper thighs, where cellulite is most common. Massage your legs using strong, flowing strokes for at least 5 minutes to boost circulation


Ginger Root

Ginger root health benefits have been recognized for thousands of years. It is used to treat medical conditions such as motion sickness (nausea and vomiting) during pregnancy, stomachache, diarrhea, constipation, and dyspepsia. In South Asia, ginger is also recommended to treat high blood pressure, palpitations and to improve blood circulation. Scientific researches on the effect of ginger root in relieving motion sickness in pregnant women have suggested that it is effective against nausea and vomiting.

Ylang Ylang bath and spray

The therapeutic properties of ylang-ylang oil are antidepressant,
antiseborrhoeic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, hypotensive, nervine and sedative.

Ylang-ylang oil has a euphoric and sedative effect on the nervous system and
helps with anxiety, tension, shock, fear and panic while the aphrodisiac
qualities is useful for impotence and frigidity.

It is particularly useful with rapid breathing and rapid heartbeat, it can
also help with reducing high blood pressure and useful for intestinal

On the skin, ylang-ylang oil has a soothing effect and its balancing action
sorts out over-dry as well as overly-oily skin by balancing the secretion of
sebum, and has a stimulating effect on the scalp which promotes more
luxurious hair growth.


under running water add 20 drops Ylang Ylang essential oil

Soak and breath deeply to calm and easy worries while allowing your body to soak up the rewards.


20 drops ylang ylang essential oil
8 oz spray bottle
1 tsp witch haxel or vodka
distilled water

Into the spray bottle add the essential oil, witch hazel and water to fill the bottle. shake well before using. can be used to spritz air, body or bedding. For aroma therapy


Anti Nausia Soap

2 tsps of Powdered ginger
12 ounces of Grated Soap or soap flakes

This soap is deliciously refreshing that warms your blood and stimulates your body.

Lovely to use when suffering from morning sickness the ginger is gently absorbed into your skin and the aroma fills the bathroom with a very calming scent.

This soap recipes uses the Melt & Pour Method of soap making.

Melt the water 9 ounces together with the soap flakes. Add the ginger and dye if wanted and mix well. Pour into molds.

Note: There are very different beliefs to the aid of ginger during pregnancy. Remember to discuss any products with your doctor (even natural remedies).


Lemon love

Beauty Aid :- Lemon is regarded as a youth restorative. It helps create youthful health. To help cleanse blemished skin, the area should be rubbed with a fresh piece of lemon. The juice should be soaked into the skin, allowing it to remain overnight. Strained fresh lemon juice mixed with cool water should be used to wash the hair to add to their brightness. Dry or scaly skin should be rubbed with the peel of a lemon. It will restore the skin to softness. Rough elbows can be soften by rubbing the area with the cut side of a lemon.
Corns :- Lemon is valuable in corns. A fresh slice of lemon should be tied over the painful area at night and it should be allowed to remain there whole night.
Lemon powers include A bleaching agent to fade spots and scars
Cholera :- Lemon has been provided by nature with wonderful anticholera properties. Lemon juice can kill cholera bacilli within a very short time. It is also a very effective and reliable preventive food item against cholera during the epidemic. For this purpose, it can be taken in the form of sweetened or salted beverages. Taking of lemon with food as a daily routine also saves from cholera.

Keeping your vitamin intake hight through herbals

VITAMIN A Enhances immunity, prevents eye problems and skin disorders. Important in bone and teeth formation. Protects against colds and infection.Slows aging process. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, borage leaves, burdock root, cayenne, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, hops, horsetail, kelp, lemongrass, mullein, nettle, oat straw, paprika, parsley, peppermint, plantain, raspberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, sage, uva ursi, violet leaves, watercress, yellow dock.

VITAMIN B1 (Thiamine) Promotes growth, improves mental attitude, aids digestion, helps strengthen nervous system and prevent stress. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, bladder wrack, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, hops, nettle, oat straw, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, sage, yarrow, and yellow dock.

VITAMIN B2 (Riboflavin) Needed for red blood cell formation, aids growth and reproduction, promotes hair, skin and nail growth. Important in the prevention and treatment of cataracts.HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, bladder wrack, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, ginseng, hops, horsetail, mullein, nettle, oat straw, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaves, red clover, rose hips, sage, yellow dock.

VITAMIN B3 (Niacin) Essential for proper circulation and healthy skin. Increases energy, aids digestion, helps prevent migranes. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, burdock root, catnip, cayenne, chamomile, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, hops, licorice, mullein, nettle, oat straw, parsley, peppermint, raspberry leaf, red clover, rose hips, slippery elm, yellow dock.

VITAMIN B5 (Panothenic Acid) Enhances stamina, prevents anemia, helps wounds heal, fights infection, strengthens immune system.HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, burdock root, nettle, yellow dock.

VITAMIN B6 (Pyridoxine) Needed to produce hydrochloric acid. Aids in absorption of fats, and protein. Mildly diuretic, helps prevent kidney stones. Helpful in treating allergies, arthritis, and asthma. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, catnip, oat straw.

VITAMIN B12 (cyanocobalamin) Helps prevent anemia. Protects nervous system, improves concentration, aids digestion. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, bladder wrack, hops. color

VITAMIN C (ascorbic acid) Helps calcium and iron formation. Enhances immunity. Helps prevent cancer. Aids in production of anti-stress hormones. Antioxidant required for proper tissue growth and repair, and adrenal gland function. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, burdock root, cayenne, chickweed, eyebright, fennel seed, fenugreek, hops, horsetail, kelp, peppermint, mullein, nettle, oat straw, paprika, parsley, pine needle, plantain, raspberry leaf, red clover, rose hips, skullcap, violet leaves, yarrow, yellow dock.

VITAMIN D Essential for calcium and phosphorous utilization. Prevents rickets. Needed for normal growth of bones and teeth. Helps regulate heartbeat. Prevents cancer and enhances immunity. Aids thyroid function and blood clotting. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, horsetail, nettle, parsley.

VITAMIN E Antioxidant which helps prevent cancer and heart disease. Prevents cell damage. Reduces blood pressure and promotes healthy skin and hair.HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, bladder wrack, dandelion, dong quai, flaxseed, nettle, oat straw, raspberry leaf, rose hips.

VITAMIN K Promotes healthy liver function. Helps bone formation and repair. Increases longevity. HERBAL SOURCES: Alfalfa, green tea, kelp, nettle, oat straw, shepherds purse.

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