Books: Natural Baby Care

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Natural Baby Care

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Author: Colleen K. Dodt
ISBN-10: 0-88266-953-2
Paperback: 156 pages
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Get your baby and yourself off to a great beginning—naturally. Herbalist Colleen K. Dodt offers her experienced advice on the safest and gentlest products and practices for ensuring good health for your baby and enhancing the mother-child bond. This book includes easy-to-follow instructions on how to select or create pure and safe herbal creams, baths, shampoos, and oils that will promote the health and well-being of both mother and child.


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Natural Baby Care
by Kristen on Mar 18, 2008

This book is a perfect fit for a mother-to-be or young mother who
enjoys beauty and detail in life. Natural Baby Care provides much
more information than the cover describes. It is an introduction to
all things natural! For example, the reader will be introduced to:
Herbs, essential oils, homeopathy, pregnancy, childbirth, labor,
breastfeeding, baby care, organic food, avoiding harsh chemicals in
our environment, skin care, massage, homemade shower gifts, and so
much more!

Advanced herbalists will enjoy this book for the recipes
provided, but will find much of the writing introductory and basic.
The simplified information is a plus for someone just breeching the wall of Natural Living.

Natural Baby Care is on my gift list for new mothers with an emerging interest in natural health!

3.0/5.0



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~Christina

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