Many of the New Frequency Children are Gluten & Wheat Intolerant.
Sheannah is gluten and wheat intolerant – like most new frequency children. At this stage this appears to be her only intolerance which is really great – and I feel definitely has a lot to do with her toxin free (as much as possible) pregnancy journey and lifestyle since birth.
I am human and every now and then, I may either forget to look for gluten/wheat in a product that I am feeding Sheannah, or I may find myself somewhere where I have little control over what is in her food (like the sause on the restaurant made baked beans in the Noosa restaurant we visited in this picture). When I accidentally give Sheannah food with (wheat or gluten), I know quite quickly because she will vomit, get hiccups, get grumbly and the next day will often have nappy rash. There is no point beating myself up over this….at any rate I have a great and simple nappy rash remedy I would like to share with you.
Every time Sheannah gets a nappy rash I pull out one of my favourite all natural and organic baby care items – Propolis, it is a remedy for so many things! Using Propolis has healed Sheannah’s nappy rashes overnight, so long as I stay away from the gluten/wheat products.
As Sheannah got older I found that a new product called MooGoo was incredibly effective for treating her nappy rash caused by this issue. MOO GOO is amazing for treating children with eczema I encourage you to read this article if you child has this issue!
What is Propolis?
Propolis is a wax-like substance used by honey bees to protect the bee hive against infections. Bee Propolis contains antibacterial properties that when used by people may boost the immune system. You can purchase Propolis from most health food stores and certainly over the internet.
Applying the remedy.
OK, so putting the Propolis onto a baby’s bottom can be a bit tricky. It drops out of a teat and runs quickly across the skin. It also stains material. So you need to have a stainable cloth upon which to lay your baby, put the nappy under their bottom ready to do up, then move quickly – placing a couple of drops over the affected area and rubbing it in – before it moves away from the area or drips onto anything, then quickly put the nappy on. I also recommend you clean your hands thoroughly afterwards, because it stains and you will have yellow fingers and dirty looking nails.
I urge you to get a bottle of Propolis and have it in your baby care range – it is all natural and more effective than anything I have come across.
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