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Motherlove's founder:  How herbs helped me through three births

Today we’re very happy to share the birth stories of Kathryn Higgins, Motherlove’s founder.  Already an expert in the power of herbs for lifelong health by the time her daughters were born, she used a number of herbs before, during and after her labors.I decided to have a home birth with my first child.  We lived in the mountains in… Continue Reading >




Earth Day is Every Day!

 We’ve always thought every day was Earth Day here at Motherlove, but since we started   operating the Motherlove Herb Farm last year, the concept has taken on new meaning. Today we had lunch on the farm to celebrate Earth Day and spend time as a company connecting with the earth and the foundation for our company—the herbs and… Continue Reading >




Depression at weaning?

Feeling sad, even depressed, during or after weaning?  You’re probably not alone.Hormonal changes at weaning, coupled with the loss of the breastfeeding relationship, theoretically may heighten the risk of feelings of sadness, even leading to depression in some women.While there is no research examining exactly this question, it is… Continue Reading >




Preparing for a VBAC

Considering or committed to having a hospital VBAC birth?If so, you might be wondering how to prepare, both logistically and emotionally, to give yourself the best odds of having the outcome you want.  The VBAC rate has fallen dramatically in recent years, making preparation and planning very important.So we assembled this list of… Continue Reading >




U.S. maternity leave policy and its effect on families:  A podcast interview with Moms Rising

Did you know that the U.S. is one of only a handful of countries that does not offer new mothers paid family leave?   The other countries:  Papua New Guinea, Lesotho, and Swaziland.In this podcast interview we spoke with Charlie Rose, associate campaign director for MomsRising.org, a national organization with over a million members… Continue Reading >