Pregnancy & Birthing Kit

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Everything you need for a successful, healthy pregnancy and delivery. ❤️ 

  • Women’s multivitamin provides an array of micronutrients to fulfill any deficiencies. 
  • Vitamin c fine powder can be used to supplement daily.
  • Magnesium carbonate is excellent for heartburn and can be added to Ascorbic acid to balance the ph. Play with the dosing to find a comfortable ratio.
  • Iron protein plus should be used alongside Liposomal vitamin c to improve anemia. It should also be consumed the days leading up to birth of anemia is a concern and also after birth.
  • Laborade is a wonderful blend to not only keep one hydrated during birth but also contains micronutrients that fight pain.
  • Niacinamide capsules(3 per day) have so much research behind them that make it an essential vitamin for pregnancy. Babies born to women that supplemented b3 are less likely to develop eczema later in life. It has also been shown to help with preeclampsia.

This kit includes:

  1. Women’s multivitamin
  2. Vitamin c fine powder
  3. Magnesium carbonate 
  4. Life Extension Iron Protein plus
  5. Liposomal vitamin c
  6. Laborade powder
  7. Niacinamide capsules

Dosing can be found on each individual label.

"In contrast, vitamin b3 is generally safe to mothers and babies, corrects the blood vessel narrowing effect of endothelin, and reduces stress to the babies. Accordingly, we evaluated the effects of nicotinamide using two mouse models of preeclampsia caused by different mechanisms."

The researchers concluded that vitamin b3 is the first safe drug that lowers blood pressure, reduces urine protein and alleviates blood vessel damage in preeclampsia-affected mice. The researchers went on to show that in many cases, nicotinamide also prevents miscarriage, prolongs pregnancy period and improves the growth of the babies in mice with preeclampsia.

"Vitamin b3 merits evaluation for preventing and treating preeclampsia in humans," says Oliver Smithies, a Weatherspoon Eminent Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Smithies is a Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, and co-leader of this study.”



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