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Labor-Less Delivery Essential Oil Roll-On- Best Support For Pregnancy, Labor & Postpartum

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Immerse yourself in the tender journey of motherhood with Edens Garden's Labor-Less Delivery essential oil roll-on. This specially formulated blend is designed to support the unique needs of expectant mothers, providing natural relief from common pregnancy discomforts. Every swipe of this roll-on brings you closer to a more comfortable and fulfilling pregnancy experience.

Labor-Less Delivery is a delicate blend, featuring floral notes of Rose and Magnolia harmoniously intertwined with Bergamot Mint. This combination creates a soft, precious aroma that you'll find enchanting. More than just a delightful scent, this soothing blend helps manage symptoms of nausea, occasional headaches, discomfort, and fatigue, allowing you to enjoy your pregnancy journey to the fullest.

Incorporating Labor-Less Delivery into your daily routine is effortless and rewarding. Diluted to 3% in Fractionated Coconut oil, this ready-to-use roll-on is designed for topical application. Apply it to your pulse points or abdomen for a calming and uplifting effect. With Edens Garden's Labor-Less Delivery essential oil roll-on, you're one step closer to a more serene and enjoyable pregnancy.

Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea), Peppermint (Mentha piperita), Tangerine (Citrus reticulata), Bergamot Mint (Mentha citrata), Cedarwood- Himalayan (Cedrus deodara), Lavender- Bulgarian (Lavandula angusitfolia), Rose- Moroccan Absolute (Rosa centifolia), Chamomile- Roman (Anthemis nobilis), Magnolia (Magnolia x alba) diluted in Fractionated Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera)
Safety & Shelf life

Safety: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use internally unless instructed by a licensed aromatherapist or physician.

Shelf Life: 2 Years

Frequently Asked Questions
Is Labor-Less Delivery essential oil roll-on safe for pregnancy?
  • If you are curious about essential oils but unsure about using them, it is recommended consult your doctor first. However, Labor-Less roll-on has been and can be safely used while pregnant after the first trimester. It’s not recommended that you use essential oils in the first trimester as this is considered the most delicate period in pregnancy. Since this roll-on is prediluted it is safe to use sparingly. However, when using undiluted essential oils, they should always be diluted since they are highly concentrated. When it comes to safety, we prefer to err on the side of caution when it comes to you and your baby.
What are the best essential oils for pregnancy?
  • We very much recommend sticking to non-toxic essential oils that help to reduce anxiety and stress and even oils for pain relief and muscular discomfort and reduce sensations of nausea - all to keep your health and the health of your unborn baby safe. These oils include many in the floral family, citrus fruits as well as gentle wood oils. The list can include Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Frankincense- Sacra, Chamomile- Roman, Lavender- Bulgarian, Clary Sage, Neroli, Rose- Moroccan Absolute, Ylang Ylang, Tangerine, Bergamot Mint, Peppermint and Lemon.
What essential oils are bad for pregnancy?
  • The idea that some chemical properties of essential oils can cross over the placental border has made this topic a hot one. We cannot morally test pregnant women and their unborn fetuses with essential oils and there is very little research out there for us to refer to. This leads us to recommend caution and use of mild and non-toxic essential oils at very low dilutions (1%). We recommend avoiding the following oils during pregnancy: Aniseed, Araucaria, Birch, Black Seed, Blue Cypress, Carrot Seed, Cassia, Cinnamon Bark, Cinnamon Leaf, Clove, Costus, Fennel, Feverfew, Ho Leaf, Hyssop, Mugwort, Myrrh, Mustard, Oregano, Parsley Seed & Leaf, Pennyroyal, Rue, Sage, Sassafras, Spanish Lavender, Tansy, Thuja, Tarragon, Wintergreen and Wormwood.
Is Clary Sage essential oil safe for pregnancy?
  • Clary Sage is not contraindicated during pregnancy however, we recommend that you avoid the use of essential oils in the first trimester as this is considered the most delicate period in pregnancy. In one study on the use of Clary Sage and pregnant women, uterine contractions were not observed but the cortisol levels decreased in both groups post inhalation and the study had no negative effects. It is, therefore, reasonable to assess that during natural birth and labor due to its ability to reduce stress (cortisol) and anxiety levels, Clary Sage can help to bring on labor due to a more relaxed state but does not induce labor.
How to use Labor-Less Delivery essential oil roll-on?
  • Inhalation is one of the best ways to reduce anxiety and stress during active labor. When around other people, such as delivering a baby in a hospital, it is not recommended to diffuse around people you do not know due to sensitivities and allergies. Labor-Less roll-on, therefore, is the perfect product to have on hand when in labor in the hospital and at home with water birth. Prediluted, we recommend rolling Labor-Less roll-on oil onto your pulse points and neck so that the oil is there for you each time you take a breath to help ease and relieve the stress of labor. It is not recommended to put this oil anywhere topically where your baby will be placed after birth such as on the breastbone.
How to Use
Where To Apply: For more information on where to apply roll-ons, visit our blog post here.