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Aromatherapy is a wonderful way to bond with baby, create a nuturing environment & safely & naturally treat ailments & skin condtions

For a restful night sleepuse 1 drop of ECO.aroma lavender in a cold pressed base oil for massage

For colds & congestionuse 1 drop of ECO. aroma eucalyptus in a cold pressed base oil for massage or use in a vaporiser

For a relaxing bathtimeadd 1 drop of ECO.aroma lavender and 1 drop of ECO.aroma chamomile to full warm bath, agitate the water to disperse the oils.

Avoid the use of essential oils during the first trimester of pregnancy (only use under the guidance of a professionally certified aromatherapy or natural health practicioner)

IT IS RECOMMENDED TO SEEK A MEDICAL PRACTIONERS ADVICE FOR USING ESSENTIAL OILS in pregnancy

Pregnancy Safe Essential Oils
Orange This essential oil is said to make you feel joyous, calm and uplifted.
Lavender

Safe for use after 12-weeks, lavender is a great oil to feel serene, relaxed and balanced. It also eases pregnancy aches and pains and reduces fluid retention.

Ylang ylang

This great all-rounder is a must-have during pregnancy. Not only does it act as an aphrodisiac, but it also reduces your blood pressure and it said to comfort individuals that are feeling tense or stressed.

Neroli

For those experiencing anxiety or pregnancy nerves, neroli is said to help you feel relaxed and tranquil. It also boosts your skin cell regeneration so you look and feel great too.

Eucalyptus

This oil is fabulous if you’re feeling a little congested as it acts as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antiviral to ease symptoms of respiratory congestion.

Tea tree oil To be used only during pregnancy and not during labour, tea tree oil is an antifungal and antiviral oil that helps ease the symptoms of thrush during pregnancy.
Sandalwood If you’re having troubles sleeping or feeling relaxed, you’ll want to invest in some sandalwood oil. Sandalwood is a natural sedative and anti-depressant and also eases cystitis during pregnancy.
Patchouli Need to make a decision but struggling to control your racing thoughts? Pick up some patchouli and feel clear-headed and in control again. Said to alleviate apathy, indecision and confusion, patchouli is a great oil to keep in your cupboard for those ‘baby brain’ days.

Essential oils to avoid during Pregnancy

Bay, Basil, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Comfrey, Cypress, Fennel, Ginger, Hyssop, Jasmine, Juniper, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Melissa, Myrrh, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme