MAMA Essential Oils Synergy Roll On – for Pregnant & Nursing Mamas
Portable, Convenient to Use & Pre-Diluted
Being pregnant can be a headache — literally. Headaches may occur at any time during your pregnancy, but they tend to be most common during the first and third trimesters.
During the first trimester, your body experiences a change in hormones and an increase in blood volume, which may trigger more frequent headaches. Some other causes of pregnancy headaches can also involve lack of sleep, dehydration, poor posture, stress, pregnancy fatigue, tension, low blood sugar, sinus congestion and so forth. As you go into your third trimester, the tension headache is more likely caused by poor posture, additional pregnancy weight or preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy).
Our Headache Soothe MAMA Roll On is a protective, diluted blend comprising natural, pregnancy-friendly essential oils for temporary relief of general discomfort of headaches you are expecting during pregnancy.
Direction: Apply to the temples, forehead or back of neck sparingly only as and when needed. Alternatively, apply onto tissue and breathe in periodically.
To prevent recurring headaches, get plenty of rest, eat well-balanced meals, manage your stress, practice good posture and find time for fresh air and light exercise. Taking a warm bath or shower is very helpful, and so is getting a good massage on your shoulders and neck for relieving your aches and discomfort.
- Whilst some mothers prefer to avoid essential oil use in the first trimester, the choice is personal and often, taking into consideration if you had history of a previous loss or premature labour.
- Less is more with pregnant and nursing mamas and repeated intense daily use is not suggested.
- The oils can still be very helpful and effective when used aromatically.
- Always listen closely to your body. If at any time you notice or feel any discomfort, discontinue use.
- When used correctly and responsibly, properly diluted essential oils can help form a beautiful bond between Motherhood and Mother Nature.