Mom & Baby


There is nothing more wonderful or more terrifying than bringing a child into the world. Your pregnancy is divided into three trimesters which are 3 months each. During each trimester your body undergoes particular changes in order to accommodate the growth and development of your baby. With a newborn, all your hopes and dreams for what they may achieve are constantly on your mind. A baby grows and develops more rapidly in the fi rst 12 months than at any other time. As you watch them grow from day to day, learning and discovering new things, your only wish is that they grow up strong and healthy to realise all those dreams you have and to achieve their own dreams too.Natura’s homoeopathic remedies can safely support you and your baby as you face the physical & emotional demands of your incredible journey through motherhood.



Did you know?

Human foetuses react to loud rock music by kicking. By 12 weeks a human foetus will begin to suck their fingers within the womb.

Remedy Focus

Pulsatilla vulgaris is prepared from the Wind flower. As a homoeopathic remedy, it is used to treat conditions that have the quality of changeability with constantly shifting symptoms.

At what stage can I consider resuming exercise after my delivery?
After your birth it is strongly recommended that you attend post-natal exercise classes where the emphasis is on reshaping and toning your body. These classes should not be started until you have had your six week post-natal check-up.
How do I administer Natura products to babies and small children?
Dilute the drops in a little water or add to juice or formula. Tissue salt tablets can be crushed and diluted in a little water for babies, and small children can suck the tissue salt tablets.
How do I know if my baby has started teething?
A baby’s first tooth can arrive as early as three months, but the average age is seven months. The following signs may indicate that your child has started teething:
  • Diarrhoea
  • Fever
  • Refusal to feed
  • Irritability
  • Struggling to sleep
  • Ear pulling
  • Drooling
  • Cough – due to increased saliva
  • Chin or face rash
  • Biting
  • Pain and discomfort
Is exercise safe during pregnancy?
For the mom-to-be with a healthy, normal pregnancy, exercise can be very safe. For those who have experienced pre-term labour, or had some obstetrical complications in this, or previous pregnancies, exercise may not be recommended, or a programme may need to be specially tailored to fit their specific needs. The bottom-line? Pregnant women should not attempt a fitness programme without consulting their practitioner first. Only by taking a full medical history can your health care provider recommend a routine that will be right for you and your baby.
Why is breastfeeding encouraged?
Breast is best because it is human milk made for human babies. It contains all the nutrients that a baby requires; and the mother’s body has the ability to change breast milk as the baby grows and his needs change. The antibodies in breast milk enhance the baby’s immune system and protect him from infections. There are antibodies present to everything that the mother has ever suffered herself, to everything against which she was immunized and also to everything to which she is exposed. Within 12 hours of exposure of the mother to a particular bacteria/virus the antibodies are present in the milk. Breast milk is a convenient and economical choice. It is the ONLY free consumer product. There is no such thing as weak milk or strong milk. It is always correct for the baby, at the right temperature too.
Will exercise make my labour easier?
Unfortunately, nobody can guarantee a pain free labour. However, approaching labour with a strong, healthy and toned body will provide you with the stamina for the strenuous task of delivering your baby.


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