Sea salt, plantago major (plantain leaves), symphytum officinalis (comfrey leaves), calendula officinalis (calendula flowers), achillea millefolium (yarrow leaves), lavandula angustifolia (lavender flowers), matricaria recutita (flowers of chamomile), hypericum perforatum (St. John's wort).
Traditionally recognized for their multiple properties on the skin, sea salt, yarrow flowers, plantain and calendula are used here as an astringent to support the perineal region following childbirth. Offering a feeling of calm, lavender flowers contribute to relaxation. Those of chamomile can promote a feeling of harmony in body and mind. This bath is a balm for the body of mothers: it promotes the calming effect for the tissues of the perineum and it can help to favorably support the soothing of hemorrhoids and tears.
The mixture is used in infusion and it is this infusion that must be put in the bath, with a little salt. This is a sitz bath that will greatly help soothe the area affected by the baby's passage.
The mixture is used in infusion and it is this infusion that must be put in the bath, with a little salt. You have to make an herbal tea by putting the herbs and flowers in a cauldron, boiling, infusing and filtering the herbal tea. It is this mixture, this herbal tea, which is then added to the bath with a little salt. This is a sitz bath that will greatly help soothe the area affected by the baby's passage.
It is possible to make 6 baths with the mixture.