This Botanical Womb Wand is a soothing and aromatic herbal massage oil used to roll onto lower abdominals/uterus to encourage balance, comfort and ease.
- Cramp Bark: just like the name suggests, cramp bark is an anti-spasmodic herb that help can ease cramping. It helps to relieve tension and pain by helping to relax tissues.
- Clary Sage: known traditionally as a womens herb, clary sage contains a active compound that is structurally similar to estrogen, which helps to bring about healthy estrogen balance. It also has a soothing and calming effect on the nervous system.
- Frankinsence: an ancient resin used for many uses, most popularly though, it is used as an anti-inflammatory. This can help with bloating, indigestion, and reducing stress related hormones. In addition, Frankinsence helps significantly with scar tissue reduction.
- Moonstone: A traditional stone for ebbing and flowing with the moon's tides, which help for attuning to the feminine cycle.
Full Ingredient List: grapeseed oil, cramp bark (viburnum opulus), red raspberry leaf (rubus ideaus), red clover flower (trifolium pratense), clary sage (salvia sclarea) essential oil, rose geranium (pelargonium graveolens) essential oil, ginger (zingiber officinalis) essential oil, frankinscense (boswellia serrata) essential oil, marjoram (origanum majorana) essential oil, yarrow (achillea millefolium) essential oil, chamomile (matricaria chamomilla) essential oil, lavender (lavendula angustifolia) essential oil, moonstone crystal.
- Follicular + Ovulation Phase: roll womb wand across lower abdominals, slight above the pubic bone and between the hips. Starting with gentle pressure, use your finger tips in a circular motion to release any tense or tight areas. Always work in a clockwise direction around the uterus.
- Luteal Phase + Menstruation: roll womb wand around abdominals and uterus, but refrain from massage during this time. Place hands over lower abdomen and take 5 deep breaths, low into your belly.
Not recommended for pregnancy. Please consult a health care practitioner if you are breastfeeding.