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Peri-Massage Oil

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Peri-Massage Oil | Massage Oil for Midwives
4.5oz
Peri-Massage Oil
WishGarden Herbs' Peri-Massage Oil is a soothing mixture of Comfrey and Sage leaf with vitamin E. Learned from old-time Southern granny midwives, this herb-infused oil is a traditional recipe used during late pregnancy to help ready the perineum for delivery.
4.5oz $12.99
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Peri-Massage Oil
Key Attributes
  • Massage oil supports tissue elasticity.*
  • A traditional midwives' late pregnancy preparator.*

  • General Use
    Massage into perineum for several weeks prior to childbirth per directions from your midwife or birthing professional.

    Ingredients
    Sage leaf (Salvia officinalis), Comfrey root (Symphytum Officinale, S. x uplandicum), Vitamin E Oil, Olive Oil
    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
    Frequently Asked Questions

    We use USPS Priority Mail. Order will typically arrive within 4-7 days on orders placed before 11am MST Mon-Fri. Please note that due to weight limitations and delivery address restrictions for USPS, very small or very large orders may be shipped via First-Class Mail or UPS at our discretion. This will not affect transit time.

    We source organic raw ingredients whenever possible, including any cultivated herbs used and the alcohol in the tinctures. Many of our raw herbs are also wildcrafted. However, our products are not currently USDA certified organic.

    Our products are gluten and dairy free. Most of our products are also free of soy and corn. The exception would be any formulas that contain cornsilk, including UTI Urinary, Growing Pains for Kids, Herbal Cal, and Kidney Strengthener. Catnip Oil Bug Spray contains soybean oil. Our Ear-Be-Well Ear Oil, Oh Baby! Oil, and Pregnant Belly Oil do contain almond oil.

    If you are not seeing a product you want, give us a call. We have certain formulas that belong to our practitioner line and are not currently offered on the website. However, you are welcome to call and order these products via phone (888-301-2926). Please note that some formulas might require proof of practitioner status before purchase.

    Yes, we make a point to ensure that our raw ingredients are GMO-free. Most of the herbs we use are not at risk of being GMO. For ingredients that are at risk, they are almost always certified organic. Certified organic ingredients and product cannot, by law, contain GMO. For any non-organic at-risk ingredients, we do our best to insure that they are GMO free. However, our products do not currently have Non-GMO Verification or any other non-GMO certification.



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