Can I Use Deep Blue in Pregnant?

Can I use Deep Blue in Pregnancy?

The short answer isโ€ฆAbsolutely YES! Itโ€™s totally SIP/B – (Safe in pregnancy and breastfeeding)

dลTERRA has several products in their Deep Blue line including, Deep Blue oil, Deep Blue Touch (pre-diluted), Deep Blue Rub, Deep Blue Stick (with Copaiba), and Deep Blue Polyphenol Complex. These are ALL SIP/B – (Safe in pregnancy and breastfeeding)

Due to ethical issues in testing pregnant moms and their babies, there are limited clinical studies addressing the safety of essential oils during pregnancy. However, we can rely on the history of safe use to determine which essential oils to use during pregnancy.

You may see mixed information out there in different books about oils and their safety in pregnancy and with your newborn. Please understand these books were written with all oil users in mind. They will be ultra-conservative because their readers may not necessarily use the most trusted sourced oils. I will add a BIG caution here; PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE do not purchase your oils from Amazon or from your local department store. You simply cannot be sure of the quality of these essential oils. The information I give in my book, here on my blog, or on my social media comes from my personal experience in my midwifery practice.

During pregnancy, there is heightened sensitivity, and we are very protective about what we put in our body, so we might use a little less of the oils but they can be used very effectively. dลTERRA has set a standard that reassures us we can use their oils with confidence including Deep Blue during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

In the end, I always say to follow your own intuition. You are the one who was given stewardship over your body, and everyBODY is different, so do what you feel comfortable with.

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1. Apply on the back of the neck and shoulders for head tension.

2. Apply during a soothing and relaxing massage.

3. Apply to feet and knees before exercising.

4. Massage the low back after a long day of work.

5. Apply to wrists to support the occasional pregnancy-induced carpal tunnel.

6. Apply to the chest for normal pregnancy congestion.

7. Massage on legs for the occasional nighttime leg cramps.

8. Apply on the low back for uncomfortable back labor.

9. Massage into ankles and feet for relief from water retention.

10. Apply to pulse points and inhale for a quick pick me up.

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