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Feeling like a zombie after multiple late-night wakings? Struggling to stay present and keep it together?
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CONNECT WITH THE MAGIC
& THE MEDICINE OF THE PLANTS
MAMA, YOU ARE A REAL DEAL SUPERSTAR
But that doesn’t mean you can do it all.
You're expected to nurse around the clock, have a career you're passionate about, spend quality time with your kids, nurture your relationship with your partner, maintain friendships, make new mama friends ... Oh, and don’t forget about self-care.
So how do you cope? You down coffee in the morning to get you going and pour a glass of wine at night to relax. You scroll Instagram for #momhacks to help stay organized and search food blogs hoping to find inspiration for quick, healthy, kid-friendly dinner ideas.
WHAT IF INSTEAD OF HACKING YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE YOU TRIED ANOTHER ROUTE?
Instead of stacking more and more on your plate, what if you took a moment to slow the heck down?
To stop and finally catch your breath and take stock of what matters most?
As a mother you have this beautiful gift of nurturing, giving, helping, and caring. And you do this not just for your children, but for everyone around us. Teachers, social workers, nurses, healers, activists, mothers. It’s second nature for us to step into these roles.
But when it comes to taking care of yourselves, you're pretty shitty at it.
You feel guilty if you take an hour to yourselves... and guilty if you don’t. And when you're burnt-out and full of guilt, taking care of yourselves is even harder.
So you just keep on going, doing, caring, and supporting while feeling exhausted and drained.
It's a vicious cycle and it leads to burn-out
IT FEELS NEVER-ENDING, BUT THERE IS ANOTHER WAY
When you slow down and hit pause, even if only for a brief minute, you disrupt the constant mind-chatter and forget about the to-do list.
And in this moment of slow stillness, it's much easier to recognize what’s a priority and where you're just spinning our wheels.
And guess who's really good at teaching us this?
Plants are incredible teachers for slowing down.
Herbal medicine returns you to your natural rhythm, your own unique place of balance. By uncovering what's at the root, the plants can help to replenish, nourish, and sustain you and build your resilience and capacity to handle the stress of modern-day motherhood.
BECAUSE HERE'S THE TRUTH:
I'm Beth Sachnoff, a mama of two wild little girls and a Clinical Western Herbalist passionate about awakening mamas to the healing & nourishing medicine of plants.
In my private practice, I help overwhelmed mamas slow down and connect with themselves within the chaos of parenthood.
Through the power of plants, I help women have more energy, create more calm, be fully present with their families, and feel like their vibrant selves again.
When I started working with Beth I was experiencing frequent panic attacks. Since working together, my stress and anxiety have gone down & I haven’t had a single panic attack in over a month! Beth’s herbal remedies are like magic, and they work! Her action plans are genius and transformative. They help give me structure so I feel less overwhelmed and anxious because I have a clear plan to follow.
I 'm so glad I discovered Wild Child Apothecary. The Sweet Sleep Tincture actually helped me have a night of deep sleep and resolve my night wakings over time. I also highly recommend Traquili-tea. It has a deep taste and calms me down. I was having multiple cups a day. What a good thing to be addicted to!
As a busy mom battling a chronic health condition, I felt overwhelmed when it came to prioritizing my well-being. Beth deftly zeroed in on critical deficiencies that were holding me back from feeling my best. Her individualized action plan was easy to follow and adopt into my daily life, and I quickly saw how much better my days were when I was taking care of the basics.