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Labour Essential Oil Nasal Inhalation Stick

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Pregnancy is an exciting journey; prepare your body for the big day! At Myrtle & Maude we have harnessed nature’s power in our labour nasal inhaler stick to formulate a blend that helps calm, refresh and uplift.

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  • Our labour nasal inhaler uses 100% natural essential oils formulated by our expert herbalist. Myrtle & Maude’s ‘labour inhaler’ draws upon the natural healing properties of essential oils to help prepare you mentally and physically for labour by:

    Calming nerves

    Stimulate labour

    Increases circulation to uterine muscles

    Cooling proprerties

    Helps alleviate labour pains

  • Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. 

    We suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

  • Ingredients:Laeandula angustifolia, Citrus bergamia, Ocimum basilicum, Salvia sclarea, Linalool, Borneone, Camphor, Cineole, Methylchavicol, Eugenol, Pinene, Ocimene, Sylvestrene, Borneol, Geraniol, Lavandulol, Lavandulyl acetate, Linalyl acetate, Carophyllene, Limonene, Nerol, Terpinol, Bergaptene, Salviol, Caraphyllene 

    Free From: Nasties, preservatives

    No Added: Fragrance

Place gently into the nostril whilst keeping the other nostril closed and inhale deeply, repeat with the other nostril. 

We suggest using no more than 3 times per hour

Ingredients:Laeandula angustifolia, Citrus bergamia, Ocimum basilicum, Salvia sclarea, Linalool, Borneone, Camphor, Cineole, Methylchavicol, Eugenol, Pinene, Ocimene, Sylvestrene, Borneol, Geraniol, Lavandulol, Lavandulyl acetate, Linalyl acetate, Carophyllene, Limonene, Nerol, Terpinol, Bergaptene, Salviol, Caraphyllene 

Free From: Nasties, preservatives

No Added: Fragrance


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What do doulas say about the use of essential oils in labour?

For labour, it is recommended to start using essential oils earlier in your pregnancy allowing you to become familiar with how to use them and find what works best for you. The use of essential oils during labour is becoming more mainstream especially now there is researching proven it’s benefits particularly regarding pain relief. The most popular and effective oils to use during labour are; Lavender for its relaxing and calming properties, Clary Sage as it encourages stimulation of the uterus and it can help strengthen contractions and Geranium for pain relief

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What is Aromatherapy?

“Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being”.

Aromatherapy draws upon the aromatic components of plants to improve the mind, body and spirit and is can sometimes be referred to as essential oil therapy. 

Aromatherapy has been used holistically for thousands of years, with evidence of ancient cultures medicinally using aromatic plants. Essential oils can be prepared and used in a variety of way for a variety of different ailments; inhaling, massaging into skin (diluted) or taken in a tea. It is suggested, inhaling essential oils causes a reaction in differentparts of the brain such as the limbic system or hypothalamus, emotional and hormonal

Clary Sage
Helps ease stress and pain levels whilst also facilitating birth. As a uterine tonic it improves pelvic and uterine circulation
Bergamot
Helps reduce anxiety during labour as a natural sedative. Simultaneously it uplifts and brings a cooling sensation over the body
Basil
Helps promote alertness while easing anxieties as a tonic nervine. It also helps stimulate labour and alleviate labour pains
Lavender
Calming properties, it stimulates circulation and can help speed up labour

Self-Care Advice

On the lead up to labour you will experience many emotions and feelings. These self-care tips to help you prepare for labour mentally and emotionally.

Learn about labour – knowledge is power.

  • Understanding the process will prepare you for what’s to come and calm your nerves
  • Discuss with your midwife, doctor, doula or people you know who have given birth  
  • Also antenatal classes are a great source of information
  • Learn methods of relaxing
  • Research breathing techniques or hypnobirthing tips to help you keep calm

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