Sheng Hua Soup
Sheng Hua Soup confinement soup blend is enjoyed in the first week after delivery and helps new mummies in their first steps to recovery.
Helps to replenish and nourish blood
Improve blood circulation
To expel lochia after birth
Helps postpartum uterine contractions
Helps to prevent blood clots
Help uterine involution
Now girls, this soup doesn’t taste the best, we won’t lie to you here. However, it is one of the most important soups for you to take in your postpartum period...it enhances uterine smooth muscle contractions, helps to prevent blood clots, reduces inflammation of the uterus and has even been shown mild analgesic effect.
One of the most important areas the soup aids you with is your uterus recovery by clearing lochia.
In the field of obstetrics, lochia is the vaginal discharge after giving birth, containing blood, mucus, and uterine tissue. Lochia discharge typically continues for four to six weeks after childbirth. Wikipedia
Not the most pleasant topic ladies...but it’s all natural, nothing to worry about...it happens to all of us.
Studies from the China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan** show that “Sheng Hau Tang positively correlated with the degree of uterine involution after delivery...”.
What is uterine involution? Uterine involution is the process by which the uterus is transformed from pregnant to a non-pregnant state. So in short, it’s been shown that this soup helps your uterus restore to its pre-pregnancy state.
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For Natural Delivery Mummies - Consume 2-3 days after labour
For Cesarean Delivery Mummies - Consume 5-7 days after labour
For more information on Lochia, visit this page on The Asian Parent
**Ming Ho, Tsai-Chung Li, and Shan-Yu Su, “The Association between Traditional Chinese Dietary and Herbal Therapies and Uterine Involution in Postpartum Women,” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2011, Article ID 918291, 9 pages, 2011. https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/918291.