Taiwo O. Bola, PhD: C Section Pain - A Holistic Healing Journey.

Taiwo O. Bola, PhD: C Section Pain - A Holistic Healing Journey.

As a board-certified Alternative Medicine Practitioner and Holistic Health Practitioner specializing in Holistic Healing, Naturopathy, Advanced Master Herbalism, and Maternity Doula Care, my journey into the world of alternative medicine has been both enlightening and transformative. Throughout my career, I have dedicated myself to exploring the intersection of traditional healing practices and modern medical knowledge to provide comprehensive care for my clients.

Discovering the Herbal Remedy for Severe C-Section Pain

One of the most significant discoveries in my practice has been the herbal remedy for severe C-section pain when conventional treatments fail to provide relief. It became apparent to me that some women do not respond well to the standard pain management protocols prescribed after a C-section. This realization led me on a quest to find a holistic solution that addresses not only the physical discomfort but also considers the spiritual aspects that may be contributing to the prolonged pain experienced by some individuals.

Cloves and Honey: The Game-Changing Remedies

After extensive research and experimentation, I found that Cloves, a herbal painkiller, and Honey, an antibacterial powerhouse, are game-changing remedies for women struggling with severe C-section pain. These natural ingredients not only alleviate physical discomfort but also address the underlying spiritual factors that may be hindering the healing process, such as emotional pain, fears, and trauma. By combining these herbal remedies with holistic healing practices, I have witnessed remarkable improvements in my clients’ recovery from C-sections.

Personal Experience with Trauma and Fear During Pregnancy

During my own pregnancy journey, I encountered significant trauma and fears surrounding the birth and delivery process. These emotional challenges not only impacted my mental well-being but also manifested in physical resistance to conventional medicine. My personal experience further fueled my passion for holistic healing approaches that consider the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit in promoting overall wellness.

In conclusion, my dedication to advancing alternative medicine practices, particularly in the realm of maternity care and C-section recovery, has been driven by a deep commitment to providing comprehensive and personalized care for individuals seeking holistic healing solutions.

Recommended Preparation and Dosage of Cloves and Honey Tea

You can purchase recommended, “truly organic” whole cloves and honey from the link below. To prepare this tea, follow these steps:

  1. Boil a good amount of water on the stove.
  2. Add a well-proportioned amount of whole cloves to the boiling water.
  3. Allow the mixture to simmer for about 30 minutes.
  4. Pour 8 ounces (1 cup) into a cup.
  5. Add honey to taste and mix well. Remember that honey is also a medicinal factor in this mix, so you want to be generous with the amount.
  6. Take 2 to 3 times daily, depending on pain levels.
  7. After noticing relief, gradually decrease intake until pain is gone. Once pain is gone, stop taking the cloves and honey tea altogether.

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General Safety: Prior to usage, individuals with medical conditions or those taking pharmaceutical drugs should seek advice from their healthcare provider.

Furthermore, if you are currently on medication for post-C-section pain relief, I strongly advise discontinuing it prior to commencing the cloves and honey remedy for recovery.

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Rev. Dr. Taiwo O. Bola, PhD. (RMT. CHLC, CH, OM, AMH, NP, CMT, CHF, CSMT. CR. HHPM).

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Top 3 Authoritative Sources Used:

  1. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH): The NCCIH is a reputable source for evidence-based information on complementary health approaches, including herbal medicine and naturopathy.

  2. American Herbalists Guild (AHG): As a professional organization dedicated to promoting herbalism as a viable healthcare option, AHG provides valuable insights into advanced master herbalism practices.

  3. International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP): While primarily focused on birth photography, IAPBP offers resources on maternity care practices such as doula care that complement holistic healing approaches during childbirth.