After our short article on essential oils for pregnancy several weeks ago, a number of questions were raised by some readers and so this article is a follow up. Are stretch marks from pregnancy a concern for you? Or perhaps you’re concerned that you may have to undergo an episiotomy after delivery? Well essential oils can and have helped women with these problems. Today I’m going to talk about about two remarkable essential oil based products known as ClaraDerm and TenderTush.
ClaraDerm is made up of the essential oils of Myrrh, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree), Lavender, Frankincense, Roman Chamomile and Helichrysum in a base of fractionated coconut oil. Gary Young developed this blend for his wife, Mary, who was expecting at the time. She sprayed it around her vaginal area after each elimination, for up to two months before she had her baby.
Mary also rubbed on TenderTush (also created by Gary for her) on her tummy. Tender Tush ointment consists of Virgin coconut oil, cocoa butter, pure bees wax, Wheat germ oil, Organic olive oil, Almond oil and the essential oils: Sandalwood, Rosewood, Roman Chamomile, Lavender, Cistus, Blue Tansy, Lemon, and Frankincense.
The end result was that Mary had no stretch marks and no need for an episiotomy.
ClaraDerm is also fantastic for skin irritations, rashes and yeast infections such as Candida.
The following are some of the testimonials I found for ClaraDerm. If you click on the link it will take you directly to their testimonial. In the first example you may contact them if you have any questions.
ClaraDerm Spray after childbirth
Nancy Ziganti (may be contacted if you have any questions – Gavina)
Parma, OH, United States
“ I have two daughters who have each recently gone through childbirth. They
without any medication, but unfortunately each required an episiotomy.
I watched the doctors stitch them afterward and they should have been
that procedure. However, they had both decided to use ClaraDerm spray.
it from the first time to the bathroom and then for several weeks
afterward. Neither had one
single bit of discomfort, let alone pain — no swelling, itching,
And they never had to use any of the things provided by the hospital”.
Claraderm works amazingly for itch
Author: Gulie Molkenthin
Location: Kimmell, IN, United States
”This may sound gross to anyone who has not suffered the itch of Candida.
I’m detoxing from arsenic poisoning and the arsenic flooding out has
my ph VERY acidic. I have NEVER been so acidic in my memory! The
result is Candida and irritation of ‘delicate tissues’. In fact the itch
driving me NUTS. I tried Melrose splashes, yogurt, apple cider vinegar,
garlic paste and maybe a few other things I can’t recall.
This AM after my shower, I splashed on some Claraderm. I ordered it
since it was going to be discontinued and discovered that it healed some
‘toxic bumps’ that came up on my nose because of the arsenic detox, so
I just grabbed it this AM. Instant relief and it has lasted for hours.”
We’ll back be in the New Year. We have lots of info to share with you after a recent conference call with Gary Young from Ecuador.
Both I and Anthony would like to take this opportunity to wish you all, and your families, much peace and joy in this festive season.
See you in 2011.
Disclaimer: Please remember that anything discussed here does not
constitute medical advice and cannot substitute for appropriate medical care. Where essential oils are mentioned, it’s recommended you use only pure, unadulterated therapeutic grade essential oils and follow the safety directions of the manufacturer.