Support for Supermom




We all need an emotional boost now and again. Let's find out how Sister Lilian Remedies can help.


Let's face it – after a long day of juggling family and work commitments, most of us are at the end of our tether and need a good rest to recharge our batteries and reconnect our minds to the bigger picture. And after weeks of soldiering on at the relentless pace expected from a mom, it's quite normal to feel emotionally drained and, frankly put, lost.


So, where do you start to reconnect the dots of your life – to find strength for day-to-day tasks and looking after your family?


Immunity Champ


By Helena Crouse – excerpted from Vitalise magazine


Cold winter days are upon us, which usually go hand-in-hand with winter sniffles and a compromised immune system. But not this year! This year you'll be armed with our useful tips to boost your little one's immune system, along with Sister Lilian ImmunoCare, the must-have remedy this season.


Silence Ear Complaints

By Helena Crouse – excerpted from Vitalise magazine


Much like a mom, the ear never takes a breather, even continuing to hear while you're sleeping. The brain (thank goodness!) blocks out any sounds heard while dozing off, ensuring undisturbed rest. But rest and sleep will seem impossible if your little one is suffering from earache. And with high-pitched crying on the agenda, it's no consolation that at 115 decibels, a baby's cry is louder than a car hooter.


Mucus Matters

By Helena Crouse – excerpted from Vitalise magazine


Believe it or not, but mucus is good. Yes, sniffles and snot are signs that your little one's body is functioning correctly and activating its healing ability. The tissues, tantrums and tears might be difficult to swallow, but it's a vital part of body function. However, excessive mucus is an excellent medium for organism growth which may lead to infection if left untreated.


Sore Throats


By Jennifer Davies – excerpted from Vitalise magazine


Talking, singing, eating, drinking, and, of course, breathing are all reliant on a healthy throat, which is why, when it's sore, it really is a pain in the neck.

The most common causes of sore throats (pharyngitis) are contagious viruses and bacteria, so avoid those already infected, wash hands frequently, don't kiss people on the mouth, and don't touch your eyes, nose or mouth unless you're sure your hands are clean.


What is Hippotherapy?

Hippotherapy is a treatment technique that can be used by specially trained physiotherapists, occupational therapists or speech therapists, where the movement of a horse is used to achieve a certain physical response in a child.

The child can be placed in various positions on the horse to elicit certain postural, neurological, musculoskeletal or sensory responses. Hippotherapy is used as part of a treatment plan and not a "teach the child to ride" class.


Here are some great websites to offer you additional help or support or just because we love them !

Post Natal Drepression Support Association

The Post Natal Depression Support Association is a Non-Profit organisation that offers help and support to Mothers suffering from Post Natal Depression.


National help-line: 082 882 0072

Sms 'help' and your name to 082 882 0072 and we will contact you.

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Reflux Infants Support Association Inc (RISA - AUstralia)

RISA is an Australian based support group for Parents with babies suffering from Reflux