Birth Song Botanicals
Children’s Healing Herb Bath and Children's Respiratory Support Tincture are perfect companions if there is a lot of lung and sinus congestion, throat soreness, and body aches. Both remedies complement each other while supporting your child’s respiratory and immune systems.
Intended for children and babies of all ages from birth to beyond.
Children's Healing Herb Bath Suggested Use: 3-in-1, bath, steam, and gargle.
External use only.
Ingredients: Thyme Leaf*, Lavender Flowers*, and Sea Salt. *Organic
Serving size: 1 full bath or several steams and gargles
Servings per container: 1 full bath or several small baths and steams
8 ounces net weight
Package contains a reusable cotton bag
Birth Song Botanicals
The primary herb in Children’s Daily Immune Tincture is Astragalus Root. Astragalus is categorized as an adaptogen and immunomodulator. Astragalus has a very long list of impressive qualities that support the immune system and is safe for use as a daily tonic.
Children’s Daily Immune Tincture is the perfect companion to Children's Immune Boost Tincture. Children’s Immune Boost gives your child that extra BOOST to feel better and Children’s Daily Immune strengthens the immune system before they catch that bug!
Intended for children 6 months or older
Suggested Use for Children's Daily Wellness: Give 1 drop orally per 5 pounds of body weight, 1-3 times a day or as needed.
Ingredients: Astragalus Root*, Anise Seed*, Echinacea Purpurea*, Rose Hips*, Vegetable Glycerin, and Deionized Water. *Organic or Wild Crafted
Serving size: 3-20 drops
Servings per container: 30-100
1 Ounce / 30 mL
Herb Strength Ratio: 1:2.3
Daily Value (433mg/ml)
Our Tincture-Making Process: Our herbal tinctures are saturated with medicinally active compounds extracted from the highest quality herbs. We extract in alcohol first and then remove the alcohol with heat and replace it with glycerin. Some of the alcohol-soluble components will be less soluble in glycerine and will settle over time. These liquids leave our facility potent, filtered and free of particulate matter. In a short period of time, it is natural to see precipitation or an accumulation of these active compounds on the dropper or in the liquid. This is a natural occurrence and a good sign of a potent liquid. These are therapeutically active components of the product. Simply shake well and include this part of the supplement when taking a dose and expediting your path to health.
Produced at Birth Song Botanicals, 862 N. Cato Springs Rd., Fayetteville, AR 72701
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Herbs and herbal medicine have been used effectively for centuries, all over the world. However, herbs are not regulated by the FDA. Consult a trusted health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions or are taking any medications.
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STOMACH SOOTHER: This remedy is intended to support the digestive system, help with colic in a newborn and sooth an upset or nervous stomach.
CHILDREN'S RESPIRATORY SUPPORT: Children love the taste of this sweet glycerine based tincture. This remedy is intended to support children's respiratory systems.
CHILDREN'S DAILY IMMUNE: This remedy is intended to be used as a daily support to strengthen and protect children’s health and lungs during the cold season. I often suggest this remedy for the recovery phase of an illness as well.
CHILDREN'S IMMUNE BOOST: An excellent choice to boost and strengthen your child’s immune system. The herbs in this combination are antibacterial in nature. They work with the body to promote wellbeing.
CHILDREN'S TRANQUILITY: This remedy is wonderful for helping your child rest well and relax. Especially when teething is causing discomfort and restlessness.
CHILDREN'S HEALING HERB BATH: Respiratory and immune support. 3-in-1 - Steam inhalant, gargle, and bath.
HERBS FOR KIDS EBOOK AND RECORDING: Just how often do kids get sick? What can you do to prevent them from catching every bug that comes around? What herbs are safe for children? What conditions can be addressed with herbs at home? How much do you give them, and for how long? When should you take them to the doctor?
CHILDREN'S WELLNESS POSTER: Learn 17 wonder herbs that are perfect for children!
Birth Song Botanicals
Intended for children 6 months or older.
Children's Immune Boost Herbal Tincture Suggested Use: Take 1 drop per 5 pounds of body weight, 1-3 times a day as needed.
Ingredients: Echinacea Purpurea*, Ginger Root*, Oregon Grape Root*, Yarrow*, Usnea*, Vegetable Glycerin, and Deionized Water. *Organic or Wild Crafted Herbs
Serving size 1-20 drops
Servings per container 30-100
1 Ounce 30 mL
Herb Strength Ratio 1:2.7
Daily Value (373mg/ml)
Our tincture making process: Our herbal tinctures are saturated with medicinally active compounds extracted from the highest quality herbs. We extract in alcohol first and then remove the alcohol with heat and replace it with glycerin. Some of the alcohol soluble actives will be less soluble in glycerin and will precipitate out. They don’t leave our facility with residue, but they can precipitate out over time. These liquids leave our facility potent, filtered and free of particulate. In a short period of time, it is natural to see precipitation or an accumulation of these active compounds on the dropper or in the liquid. This is a natural event and a sign of a desired and potent liquid. These are therapeutically active components of the product. Simply shake well and include this part of the supplement when taking a dose and expedite your path to health.
Produced at Birth Song Botanicals 862 N. Cato Springs Rd. Fayetteville, AR 72701
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Herbs and herbal medicine have been used effectively for centuries, all over the world. However, herbs are not regulated by the FDA. Consult a trusted health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions or are taking any medications.
As a pregnant woman, you check in with your baby every day to see how she is doing in there. Today, I'm asking you to check in with yourself as you prepare for your birth journey. This simple yet powerful meditation guides you to check in with yourself every day and see how YOU are doing.
As you connect with your heart, ask how you can have a heart-centered pregnancy and birth experience. When you connect, you can hear or perceive the messages your heart has for you. I call the whispers your "pregnancy heart word."
What is your heart word for today? In the comments below, please share with us.
We all want to support you as you consciously live a heart-centered pregnancy and birth experience.
Newborn colic is so frustrating and painful for babies and parents alike. It can be so hard to watch your baby cry and cry as you frantically try to figure out how to help them feel better. I speak from personal experience, remembering how difficult it was when my sweet baby cried because of colic pains.
My son is older now, and those colic days are turning into a fading memory for me, and perhaps for my son.I really do think that children can remember vague bits and pieces of their infancy. Not that long ago, my son and I were in the garden, and he asked me if he was ever in pain as a baby. He had a serious look on his face as if he was trying to remember something. At first, I said "no," not really listening to his question. I continued watering the garden, and then it hit me like a ton of bricks:
"Yes! Yes you were in lots of pain with colic. Your belly hurt a lot when you were a baby!"
I'm not sure why he asked me about that in that particular moment. But after our conversation, he was relieved when I told him about all the ways I tended to him and comforted him with herbs and massage. Now, in my herbal and midwifery practice, my clients often come to me with questions about how to comfort their colicky newborns.
In this session, I'd like to walk through the options you have for relieving the discomfort and upset that comes with colic.
We all learn from each other. Please share, what helped relieve your newborn's colic pains?
After giving birth, a new mother goes through tremendous changes physically, emotionally, and hormonally. She changes more during the first 72 hours postpartum than she does during her entire pregnancy! Her body is no longer dominated by progesterone and estrogen. Now, she is under the influence of lactogen and prolactin, two wonderful feel-good hormones that make it possible for her to nurse her newborn.
Along with the hormonal changes come life changes. She is now responsible for this new person that needs her undivided attention 24/7. Plus, her body is sore from pushing a baby out, and she used muscles she didn’t even know she had!
As you can imagine, this new mama needs lots of nurturing and support during such an immense transition.
Imagine the frustration of being up all night with the baby and still tending to the demands of the family. Your phone is ringing and your toddler is asking for a cupcake again. You just want to yell!
Well, it sounds like it is a good time for your good friend motherwort to come in and help you out. It is not sedating at all, but is calming, and helps take the frustration out of the situation. Clients tell me they are better mothers with motherwort on their side.
In fact, it is one of the most emotionally-supportive herbs I know (Leonurus cardiaca), “the lion hearted.” I absolutely love this name, especially as a midwife, when it is my job to protect women and children. I see this name reflected in new mothers, as well, as they turn into mama lions – tender but fierce when it comes to their new baby.
Motherwort is a member of the mint family. But don’t let that fool you. The taste is not pleasant, but incredibly bitter. Motherwort is not easily tolerated as a tea unless it is mixed with her cousins from the mint family. Instead, tinctures are the best way to take it. I prefer to blend motherwort with other postpartum herbs, as well.
Motherwort is not intended for pregnancy because it causes uterine contractions. Motherwort is definitely encouraged for other seasons in a woman’s life, not just postpartum.
Motherwort is good for the heart, good for the womb, and good for the mother.
If you enjoyed this post, I bet you'd love my Nurtured Mother Postpartum Tincture!
And now I'd love to hear from you! If you're a mother, what are some of your favorite ways to be nurtured? Or, how do you nurture the mamas in your life?
Let us know in the comments below!
We live full, beautiful, and hectic lives. This level of activity day after day, week after week, is stress-FULL. Stress, as we all know, leads to “dis-ease.” With such a bountiful schedule, we do not have time to be sick with a cold, much less something more serious than that. This is how and where adaptogens come into play.