The Gift of MamaCare

In the lead-up to Christmas and the festive season, many of us spend time and energy working out what to gift our loved ones. And the choices abound when it comes to new or expectant parents. There are innumerable products and things available – gadgets and...

Five Ways to Help a New Mama

Firstly. Whenever you visit, without exception, bring food. Food is always, always, appropriate and appreciated. At the very least, it should be something you can share together during your visit (so you’re not eating into her supplies). And even better is the...

The Golden Month

According to Chinese medicine traditions, the four to six week period following birth is known as the Golden Month. This is a common practice that is seen in similar forms in many traditions and cultures the world over. For example, the ‘cuarenta’ in Latin...

Natural tips to support breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can be a beautiful, bonding experience for Mum and bub. It also provides the ideal source of nutrition for your baby, as breastmilk is rich in immune factors to strengthen their health and specific, digestible nutrients to help them grow. It’s not...

The Fourth Trimester: Why It Matters

First published in The Natural Parent Magazine We are all familiar with the three trimesters of pregnancy, and tend to travel through them in various stages of excitement, discomfort and anticipation for the arrival of our precious baby. What many people don’t realise...