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Inducing Labor Naturally

Induce Labor Naturally

If you are overdue and want to avoid medical induction, natural health offers a number of holistic modalities that have been proven to induce labor naturally.

These are massage, acupressure, herbal medicine, homeopathy, nutrition, exercise, acupuncture, castor oil, etc.

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Acupressure Labor For Natural Childbirth

Acupressure is a non-invasive holistic therapy that is based on the same principles of acupuncture, but without using needles. Acupressure applies pressure on specific points that are known to relieve labor pains when used during childbirth.

These instructional videos will show you how to use acupressure points to ease labor pains naturally.

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Acupressure Points To Induce Labor Naturally

Acupressure is a very effective and safe natural technique to induce labor. If you are overdue, or have very weak, ineffective contractions, acupressure might be the solution you need to get you into labor. 

These instructional videos will show you which acupressure points are used to induce labor naturally. Acupressure to induce labor is easy to use and anyone can learn.

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Herbal Tea To Induce Labor Naturally

Inducing labor can be achieved by taking specific herbal remedies prepared as a tea. These remedies have oxytocic properties that stimulate uterine contractions.

Herbal remedies can also be used to ease labor pain and support you in the process of labor. 

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Castor Oil To Induce Labor Recipe

If you want to give castor oil a try, make sure you are at least 10 days overdue, you have mild contractions, are 2-3 cm dilated and have approval from your midwife or obstetrician. This easy to make castor oil recipe may help you start labor within a 6-8 hour period.

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