Afterbirth Drops to:
- Assist in the expulsion
of the placenta
- Facilitate the shrinking
of the uterus back to its normal size
- Calm and relax the mother
during the third stage of labor
- Promote natural and
Herbal remedy to facilitate the Third
Stage of Labor and begin postnatal recovery.
What are AfterBirth Drops and how
can they help you?
the challenges of labor and childbirth are over and you are
holding your dear new baby in your arms at last, it is time
for the third and last stage of labor - the delivery of the
placenta. This is the last hurdle you need to cross before
you are home free! While you will probably be feeling
excited and elated to be seeing your baby for the first
time, exhaustion is normal and understandable after all your
hard work in the first two stages of labor.
To facilitate the contractions needed
to expel the placenta and relax the mother after delivery of
the baby, many midwives have traditionally used certain
herbs known for their beneficial properties during this
final stage of labor.
NaturalEco's AfterBirth Drops are
formulated with four natural, herbal ingredients chosen for
their ability to re-energize, speed up delivery of the
placenta and begin the process of recovery after childbirth.
AfterBirth Drops are also wonderful for promoting production
of breast-milk and calming and enhancing mood.
What are the
ingredients in AfterBirth Drops?
AfterBirth Drops contain the
following proven, herbal ingredients:
is also known as Black Cohosh and is widely used for
relieving the pain of uterine contractions and calming
emotional stress. Black Cohosh is also excellent for
speeding up the third stage of labor and preventing
(Cramp Bark) relaxes tension and stress. This herb also
relieves pain, specifically in the pelvic area and
originating from the uterus.
Pulsatilla vulgaris (Pasque
Flower) is widely used for relief of nervous tension – its
analgesic properties are known to be particularly useful
during childbirth and it is highly effective in treating
pain and exhaustion in women. Pasque Flower also improves
mood and is useful for preventing post-natal depression.
Fennel seeds are used
primarily for settling the digestive system but are also
very effective in promoting breast-milk production.
How do I use AfterBirth Drops?
Use during the Third Stage of Labor
(expulsion of the placenta). Add approximately 1/4 cup just
boiled water to 5-10 drops of tincture and allow it to cool
(this can be prepared up to 24 hours beforehand if you
like). Drink as is or dilute further in water or juice.
Repeat after 1/2 hour if necessary.
Use under the supervision of a doctor
homeopath, naturopath, midwife or doula.
'I am a firm
believer in the use of natural products and used your
remedies throughout my pregnancy. My labor went well and I
managed to avoid all types of artificial, medical
intervention. By the time I had delivered Kayla, though, I
could not believe that I still had to push more to deliver
the placenta! I was ready to collapse from the effort of the
previous hours! I am so glad my midwife remembered about my
AfterBirth drops and gave them to me to
take. Within minutes I felt motivated, clear-headed and
ready to give those last few pushes that were needed of me.
Thank you Natural Eco- your products helped me every step of
the way!' Valerie P, WV
'Thank you for
all your wonderful, natural "helpers" for labor. These were
recommended to me by the Natural Birthing Center I attended
and I really feel that they made the process easier and more
positive for me. I ordered your Complete Birth Pack and I
particularly loved your Eze-Birth Drops and
AfterBirth Drops. These remedies helped me
so much when I was feeling desperate and helpless as if I
could not go on. Just wanted to let you know that your
remedies are making a difference to many pregnant women and
new moms out there!' Susan, SC
What else can
The time immediately following your
baby's birth, even before the placenta is delivered, is a
crucial period for bonding. Of course, you will want to see
and cuddle your new little one as much as possible anyway.
Most routine newborn procedures can be
done without taking your baby away, so don't allow him/her
to be separated from you at first, unless it is medically
necessary. Procedures such as weighing and eye drops can be
delayed for a while.
The most important thing at this stage
is for you and your partner to relax and bond with the
newest little addition to your family!