by Briana McDonald; Feb. 15, 2017; ( Lavender is one of the most widely used, versatile herbs on the planet. Its fragrant blooms have been used in a variety of ways over the past several thousand years to calm the spirit, relax the muscles, and to provide relief from a variety of issues. When you begin to infuse lavender into your life, you will deeply appreciate this beautiful plant and all of its healing attributes even more.

Dawn in a lavender field nr Sault, the Vaucluse, Provence, France

 Lavender for Pregnancy and Post Partum

Not every woman has the glowing, radiate pregnancy that you so often hear of. Some women face a variety of ailments such as gas, indigestion, cramps, exhaustion, not to mention the stretch marks and scaring that occur as the belly expands to make space for new life. During this time of growth and expansion it is very important that mama take’s exceptionally good care of herself. Lavender is not only soothing to the senses but also to the digestive system and will help relieve the unpleasant side effects of creating another human being like swelling, bloating, and flatulence. It can also diminish the look of stretch marks and scars when applied topically and using during pregnancy has been shown to help with ease during delivery and promote a speedy recovery!

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