Postpardum Herbal Bath

by Danielle

January 2014


Postpartum Herbal Bath

Calendula flower
Comfry leaves
Lavender flower

*all 1/4 pound

Boil gallon of water add large handful of herbs, cover and let steep at least one hour (longer is better). Put the herb water directly in your bath. You can also strain and put on pad, put in freezer to help with postpartum pain, swelling, and healing. Mix is good 24 hours at room temperature then needs to be moved to the refrigerator keeping for 2-3 days.


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