Moon Mother Hemp loves women. As your sister in wellness, this month is an opportunity to up your game with self-care in support of breast health and self-knowledge.
We all know that regular mammograms and breast self-exams are the best way to stay healthy, and we have some ways to make the breast exam a ritual more nurturing with a little TLC from our best-selling Massage Oil and Wise Woman Ritual Bath salts.
Most women’s health experts say that performing breast self-exam in combination with other screening methods can increase the odds of early detection.
Breast self-exam is a convenient, no-cost tool that you can use on a regular basis at any age. Most breast health organizations recommend that all women routinely perform breast self-exams as part of their overall breast health strategy.
Our Wise Woman products are a great way to set a positive mood when doing breast exams and are the ultimate in self-care for anyone who wants intensive relief from the stresses, challenges and intimacy needs of women at all stages of life.
Our Wise Woman Ritual Bath salts are made of a soothing blend of Dead Sea salt, pink Himalayan salt, full spectrum CBD hemp extract, herbs and a delicious mix of essential oils.
Formulated solely with organic, all-natural ingredients, all of our Wise Woman products are loaded with plant compounds that naturally occur in hemp, as well as herbs and botanicals that are known for their soothing properties. You’ll feel calmer, more relaxed and refreshed each time you use these holistic CBD products.
We like to increase the ease with which we do our monthly breast self-exam with a splash of Moon Mother Hemp Massage Oil or Intimacy Oil —which increases glide and smells amazing. To create even more of a ritual, why not take a bath with our Wise Woman Ritual Bath salts prior, light a candle, turn on some music and set the mood for self-care.
Here is a video we love to help get comfortable doing your own breast self exams featuring real women.
If you think you feel a lump in your breast. Most women have some lumps or lumpy areas in their breasts all the time, and most breast lumps turn out to be benign. There are a number of possible causes of non-cancerous breast lumps, including normal hormonal changes, a benign breast condition, or an injury. What to do if you find a lump? Here is helpful advice.
The more you examine your breasts, the more you will learn about them and keeping yourself well. You can find more information on strategies for optimal breast health on www.breastcancer.org.