Soothe Away Discomfort
Experiencing 'hemmies' during pregnancy is not unusual. This discomfort comes from increased blood flow in veins and the pressure from a growing baby. Engaging in a sitz bath ritual offers more than just self-care and rejuvenation: a sitz bath supports a healthy bottom! The herbal blend in Sitz Bath has been used by mothers for centuries to support the body's natural healing process.
Aloe Vera cools skin and soothes discomfort.
Comfrey aids in tissue repair and regeneration.
Sea salt acts as a gentle cleanser, helping to promote healing.
Sitz Bath contains zero chemical fragrance, fillers, or additives.
For over 20 years Master Herbalist Sandra Ellis has been teaching families how to use the power of herbs for health and healing. Sandra is the mother of 15 and grandmother to 43. Much of her experience has come from raising and caring for her own family. She also had a successful midwife practice for almost ten years, which brought her in contact with many different mothers and children, where she was faced with new challenges to overcome. She has a firm faith in God and the wonderful gifts of the Earth that He has left here for us. With her belief in natural healing, her children nicknamed her “Dr. Mom” – a name that has stayed with her throughout her community.
Frequently Asked Questions
No bathtub? No problem! Sitz Bath can be used to create an herbal tea that can be put into any spray bottle and used as a topical on the area of discomfort. The tea can also be used to make padsicles or added to a sitz bath..
Sitz Bath is a unique blend of carefully selected ingredients known for their soothing and healing properties. Sea salt acts as a gentle cleanser, helping to promote cleanliness. Aloe vera, known for its soothing effects, works to calm and cool irritated skin, while comfrey aids in tissue repair and regeneration. White oak bark, yarrow flower, witch hazel, and calendula petals work together to promote a healthy inflammatory response and nurture the body. .
Many natural ways to reduce the discomfort from ‘hemmies’ exist. For example, make sure to eat a healthy diet with lots of fruits, vegetables, and fiber to avoid dry stools and difficult bowel movements. Also, try using a donut pillow to help take pressure off the area when sitting, or apply cold or warm therapy to help ease discomfort..