The first thing that I'd want to do...
I have a theory about why birthing people can bond so strongly to those on their care team, and could you guess, I think it's all about the oxytocin? Whether it's the connection to an excellent provider, or the attachment to a provider who treated my client terribly -- I blame oxytocin.
The woman doing the promoting said their product was a synthetic of oxytocin, which in the birth world we know as pitocin or syntocin, so naturally I wondered if that is actually what they are using? If so, maybe they are just getting hold of the bags they use in the hospital all the time? Heck, I might be willing to swipe a bag, saturate my clothes, and see if I strike it rich in money or love!
Okay, technically I have to say (in disclaimer mode) I have already struck it rich in love. Ahem. But money, on the other hand -- the verdict is still out on that one.
I am an avid blood-donor -- when the Bloodmobile shows up, I am out there, ready to give away a pint of my blood for a $5 coupon to the movies. If this company is interested, I would be willing to offer my own oxytocin for sale -- why not!? As a nursing mother I should have plenty to spare. Perhaps I will contact them and see if they are interested. After all, I am a cheap date!
Additional fascinating facts about oxytocin:
-The Two Faces of Oxytocin
-Hug the Monkey
-Breastfeeding Trust Hormone Clue
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