Top critical review
Good Info as a guide not exhaustive, too $$$
Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2016
Buy for: good recommendations, especially if you are a first time mom and/or new to natural remedies and modern diet/eat real food trends. Don't care about the price tag.
Pros: Reason this book gets 3 stars
Highly simplified - which is nice for the layperson. A "cliff notes" version of several good resources good to have all in one simple book
Good recommendations I agree with from experience
A LOT of herbal recipes for healing
Highly Simplified, therefore NOT a definitive guide. I would pay $15 not $25
Again a "Cliff notes" of several good resources: LLLI, Kellymom, any healing diet blog (Paleo, broth, etc)
Section (these are not chapters people) on Pelvic Floor Health - Kegels. Says they are only part of the equation, provides two short pages on "how-to" and never gives the other "part of the equation"
I might be returning mine due to the cost and simplicity. Also, I don't think sex toys should be suggested in a book to reach the whole public due to differing belief systems. It is, however, a brief recommendation in a short list.