Post Natal Care
Chinese Medicine is not only concerned with what it takes to become and carry a healthy pregnancy, it also recognises the huge demand pregnancy and birth places on the mother, both physically and mentally.
The first four weeks postpartum is seen as an important time for rest and recovery in traditional Chinese culture.
Excellent treatment protocols were developed for treating a whole range of post natal complaints including
- lack of milk production
- abdominal cramping and prolonged uterine bleeding
- night sweats
- Post natal depression and any emotional concerns that came with the new role
- constipation and digestive complaints
Acupuncture is recommended to assist post birth recovery. We recognise the time constraints of new mums and are happy for you to bring your new bubba in if needed.
Many of the traditional post birth protocols involve diet therapy and herbal medicine. Visit our shop for some natural healing products including: Mama Love, Breastfeeding Tea , Recovery Tincture and the Calendula Bath Oil for new bubs.
Our blog also has some great resources on this topic:
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