In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) & Ayurveda, this period is considered critical for postpartum recovery and is believed to have a significant impact on the mother's long-term health.

During "the first 40 days" the mother is encouraged to rest, receive special care and follow specific dietary and lifestyle practices to support her physical healing, restore "Qi" balance, and strengthen her body after childbirth. The focus is on providing the mother with a supportive and nurturing environment to ensure a smooth transition into motherhood and promote overall well-being.

Beyond "the first forty days" the postpartum period can last for several weeks to several months. This is because it is believed a considerable amount of "Qi" (vital energy) is expended during childbirth and pregnancy and can lead to some depletion of the mother's "Qi" reserves. To support recovery and replenish what has been lost, TCM emphasises the importance of on-going dietary adjustments, restorative practices, and the use of herbs, acupuncture and vitally: warmth.

Throughout this season nourish & nurture with...

  • Castor Oil

    Enjoy the body warming, skin nourishing and detoxifying benefits of this powerful elixir helps to soften masses, reduce scarring and support digestion postpartum.

  • Choc-Chip Comfort Cookies

    Snack on these delicious nutrient-packed snack to boost energy and can also support milk supply for mothers who choose to breastfeed.

  • Chocolate Goodness Mix

    No matter what snack you make from this mix, enjoy the rich and comforting flavour of cocoa together with Ginseng Root "Ren Shen" to enhance vitality, promote overall well-being and much needed inner strength needed during this time.

  • Golden Goodness Mix

    Liquid gold for liquid gold, as it can support breast milk production in mothers who choose to breastfeed. Benefits from powered inflammatory properties needed for postpartum recovery.

  • Herbal Floral Sitz

    Use in the bath as a shallow sitz or as a perineal wash postpartum each time you go to the toilet - especially if you have stitches as i will help flush bacteria and aid recovery.

  • Moxa Wand

    For honouring and warming the womb - where baby once was.

  • Shen Calming Chocolate mix

    Great for anxiety and/or when the "baby blues" appear.

  • Sweet Herbal Congee

    Good for nourishing blood and yin, and helps to warms digestion.

  • Traditional Herbal Tea

    Brew a pot of this each morning and consume to support hydration levels - especially breastfeeding mothers - also nourishes yin and blood.

  • Vegetable Herbal Congee

    Support postpartum healing, energy general well-being.

  • Womb Oil

    Beautiful for healing the womb, bringing back some love to where baby once was.

  • Yin Nourishing Soup Blend

    Nourishes yin, blood and is a great source of protein, vitamins and minerals.

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