Sha Mama's Little Helpers
These are my top 3 Sha Mama support tools.
- Out foldable vision board and goals, so you can stay focused on your year goals when you fill in your week plan (see picture below)
- My most important life goals section - Helps you to create harmonic goals
- Plan your journey - Helps you plan your success on all levels
- How will I make it happen section
- Monthly reflection page
- Monthly overview, goals and priorities
- 24 dot gridded pages to get creative
- 24 blank pages to draw or write down ideas
- Monthly 2 dot gridded Ideas and notes pages
- Super smooth high quality 100 gr thick paper (About 245 pages)
- Weekly planning overview (56 weeks, 112 pages)
- Calendar for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 (out foldable)
These tinctures (especially Motherwort and Rose Rescue Elixir have helped me so much as I begin my journey back to my moon cycle after having a baby. The daily stress of Motherhood is calmed by both of these amazing tinctures - this is deep Goddess medicine!
3. CBD HEMP OIL
One of the most powerful helpers for Mother-stress that I've found is Prime My Body's CBD oil. PrimeMyBody combines nanoenhanced technology with a sustainable, naturally grown hemp oil, which has been used for a wide range of healthy benefits dating back more than 3,000 years. Our formula helps to optimize the mind & body, efficiently and naturally.
The science behind why PrimeMyBody's Hemp Extract is proving to be so effective is based on the Human Endocannabinoid System. This elaborate network is part of our immune system and when it is activated by taking phyto cannabinoid diols, humans (and animals) have better ability to fight, resist, and assist in repairing the mind and body.
The endocannabinoid system also includes the “cannabinoid receptors” or CB receptors that they bind to. There are two major types of cannabinoid receptors in our bodies: CB1 and CB2. Activation of the extracellular portion of these receptors causes conformational change and initiates intracellular biochemical reactions. The vast number of cannabinoid receptors and their prevalence throughout the body suggests a multitude of promising therapeutic targets.