0 Cart
Added to Cart
    You have items in your cart
    You have 1 item in your cart

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 38 reviews
      Meagan Lawry (Lancaster, SC, US)
      Takes the edge off

      I just had my fifth baby, and as we all know, those afterpains seem to grow worse with each birth. In the past I have made my own tincture with similar herbs, and it took has been quite effective. This time with four little people and the school year upon us, my time was severely limited. So Wish Garden to the rescue! It does not completely remove the pain, but there is a definite reduction. I take it prior to most nursing sessions during the first three days until my milk comes in. I find once that happens the cramps lessen significantly and pain relief is not needed. One oz would be plenty for multiple postpartum periods, I think.

      ALI (Gallatin, TN, US)
      A lifesaver with my after birth pains and nursing discomfort

      Wow!! I was told about this product from my doula but had no idea how much this was going to be a game changer. I had my first home birth and these herbs have been so helpful with pain, discomfort, the contracting, all of it. I had no idea how painful that was gonna be and uncomfortable and these herbs have made it sooo much better. I notice it working immediately and now that the pain has gone away, I’m using with nursing and it’s also helping that contracting with my uterus!! Must have for postpartum!

      Kate Lauger (Victoria, TX, US)

      Eased my after c-sections pains! Highly recommend.

      Megan Elkins (Arlington, TX, US)
      Great product

      Worked great

      Kathryn Haarmann (Splendora, TX, US)
      Afterease Works

      I used afterease as suggested from my midwife after my last homebirth and man does it work fast. I am also a birth worker and all of our clients say the same. Great product without all of the side effects of NSAIDS or narcotics.

      Anna S. (Marysville, OH, US)
      Helpful after labor

      Definitely glad to have this! In the past I had used Tylenol and Motrin as given by the hospital. This allowed me to experience little cramping pain when nursing and I was able to avoid constant pain killers.

      C.B. (Fond du Lac, WI, US)
      Worked great!

      This and the baby blues were wonderful postpartum.

      Carly Krahe (Waterford, PA, US)
      Exactly what I needed

      The placenta ease was the first thing I reached for the first night after my second baby was born! The uterine involution was Intense, but I got so much relief from my water with 4 droppers added! Such a good gift idea for postpartum mamas (especially with subsequent babies while nursing).

      Alyssa (Carthage, NC, US)

      After having my fourth child, I tried this in lieu of ibuprofen. It is effective, once the cramping began I took 2-3 dropperfuls into the back of my throat and the cramps dissipated quickly. The 2 oz bottle was just enough to get me through!

      Valerie K (Las Vegas, NV, US)
      Really works!

      The cramping started to get pretty bad. The hospital had me on Tylenol and Motrin which I was trying to not take. I took the Afterease and barely felt contractions after the second day postpartum. They say the second and subsequent births produce worse contractions but I hardly felt anything this time around! Two happy campers!

      After birth cramps, also known as postpartum uterine cramps, postpartum cramping, or after birth contractions, are the short-term pain women experience due to contractions that occur after childbirth. After birth cramps are typically caused by the uterus contracting and shrinking back down to its normal size. The uterus does not return to its pre-pregnancy size for about six weeks following childbirth. These uterine contractions can feel like menstrual cramps and can last anywhere from a few days up to six weeks after childbirth. The most common treatment for cramping after birth is an herbal tincture that contains the herb Crampbark. This can be taken every three hours during active periods of labor pains or at intervals as needed for lingering pain relief afterwards.