dōTERRA + Mother Rising

dōTERRA + Mother Rising

I am very excited to announce to you that this month I signed up with dōTERRA as a Wellness Advocate!

I am very excited!

I am new to dōTERRA but not essential oils.

DoTerraIPCHow it Started

My journey with essential oils began when I became a doula.  For years at births I’ve been using lemon essential oil for nausea and vomiting, lavender because it’s relaxing and smells amazing and peppermint for all the above.

  • Mixing orange and lavender smells AMAZING.
  • I’ve used peppermint postpartum to help a mama empty her bladder.
  • I put lavender oil on my collar to sniff when I’m not liking the birthing smells I’m smelling. ;)
  • I’ve sent essential oils on a cotton ball with a mom on her way to the OR for a cesarean birth.

AromaAce_diffuser-aloneDiffuser Love

Recently, I’ve discovered diffusers and I fell in love.  I love how I can infuse the air in my home or a birth space.  I feel like the air is cleaner and at the same time therapeutic.

  • I use lavender at bed time to help wind my insanely crazy five year old down.
  • When I diffuse lavender/orange at births I typically have nurses and OBs walk in the birth space, breathe deep and just relax.  EVERYBODY loves the oils!

So now, I’ve signed on as a Wellness Advocate with dōTERRA and I’m starting the journey of dōTERRA + Mother Rising.

My Goals

My goals for dōTERRA + Mother Rising are to:

  1. Share the essential oil love with my friends, the online Mother Rising community and clients of Mother Rising Birth Services.  I want to help you!
  2. Learn more about the ways I can use essential oils in my home and with my family.  I prefer natural remedies over pharmaceutical (but believe me, I’ll take some pain meds if I need them!).  I’m excited about using the blends dōTERRA makes!
  3. Grow the business side of dōTERRA so that I can purchase these high quality oils and products for minimal cost (hopefully FREE!).

Join with Mother Rising

If you are on the edge of signing up with dōTERRA (like I was for many months!) July has a really great promotion when you enroll.  Click here for more information.

OR you can email me at Lindsey@motherrisingbirth.com and I’ll send you more information!  Or if you’re already there join by clicking here.

Comments

  1. 1

    Etall says

    Hi there, I’m 39 and had my first u/s at 4 weeks. At 6 weeks they couldn’t find the fetal pole. I decided to wait. My ob thought it wasn’t a viable pregnancy. I asked for an HCG test and sure enough my levels were going up. At 7 weeks we heard the heart beat and saw the fetal pole. At 10 weeks the Doppler was used and we couldn’t hear the heart beat. So the n/p advised to to an transvaginal ultra sound. We saw the baby. It was hard to locate it, but we didn’t hear a heart beat. Tomorrow, I’m being asked to go to radiology for another u/s. I have no signs of bleeding, I’m still sick and my breasts are still very tender. I’m so worried. I can get pregnant on my own, but I’ haven’t been able to make it to 12 weeks. I was extra careful this time around. Please advise if I should ask for something tomorrow. Is there a clinic that caters for women at my age? I’m terrified to know the end result tomorrow. My baby in the image changed dramatically where I could see arms, a head, his bottom.

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      Lindsey Morrow says

      Hi there! I really understand the spot you’re in. I’ve been there… and I’m so sorry. Ugh, I wish I could give you a big hug.

      I hated the waiting… I got so anxious it made me almost sick! One thing that helped me while I was waiting was to be thankful because at that moment I was pregnant. Any time you can come back to the present moment with words of gratitude or noticing your breath you will find an increase of peace and calm.

      I don’t have any advice for you as I think you’re doing all you can. Keep me posted.

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