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Meet The Maker - Myrtle & Maude.

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Our latest blog post is from Myrtle & Maude, the latest addition to the Baboo Box family. Myrtle and Maude produce a range of pregnancy wellbeing products to support mums- to- be through their pregnancy:

Myrtle & Maude is a company founded in Yorkshire by husband and wife team 'Jules & Matty' who named the business after their Grandmothers.

Jules & Matty have a passion for natural living, Jules grew up with fresh vegetables decking the kitchen table from their family allotment. Her mother a retired nurse would always find natural remedies and Jules remembers going to bed with the smell of soothing essential oils.

Myrtle & Maude have a mission to support parents through those early days of pregnancy and beyond, creating natural pregnancy products, using recipes & formulations handed down through the generations. 

 Myrtle & Maude started with natural products specifically for 'Morning Sickness' and even as the product range expanded their famed 'Vitamin B6 Bon-bons' still remain their best seller, with hundreds of 5 star reviews.

 

Morning sickness, although a real nuisance actually affects over 80% of women. It is caused by the placenta producing the much needed hormones that keep the pregnancy going. Typically morning sickness symptoms begin around week 4, usually subsiding around week 12-14, however some women experience excessive nausea and vomiting so severe that hospital is the only option, this is known as hyperemesis gravidarum.

The 'Vitamin B6 Bon-Bons' offer refreshing relief and a much needed energy boost. These melt in your mouth little gems contain natural peppermint oil which the NHS advocate as a herbal remedy that can help relieve the symptoms of Morning Sickness, also studies have shown vitamin B6 to be helpful reducing symptoms too.

Myrtle & Maude Bon-Bons to combat Morning Sickness are now available as part of the Baboo Box First Trimester box.


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