Milky Mama Lactation Herbal Tea. Increased Breast Milk Production.
Milky Mama Lactation Herbal Tea. Increased Breast Milk Production.
Milky Mama Lactation Herbal Tea. Increased Breast Milk Production.
Milky Mama Lactation Herbal Tea. Increased Breast Milk Production.

Milky Mama Lactation Herbal Tea. Increased Breast Milk Production.

Regular price
$8.00
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$8.00

 

Herbs to increase human milk production! A simple and effective way to stimulate a healthy and abundant milk supply for your babe.

All Natural Ingredients...

Nettle: High in vitamins, minerals, and iron. When taken after childbirth, nettle is believed to treat anemia, fight fatigue, and increase the supply of breast milk. 

Red Raspberry Leaf: High in vitamins and minerals, red raspberry leaf is considered a uterine tonic and can assist the uterus in recovering after birth. 

Oat Straw: Extremely nourishing. High in calcium, B vitamins, and aids in boosting milk supply. 

Fennel: These seeds enhance the level of estrogen in the body and estrogen is a hormone that also helps in producing more milk.

Fenugreek: One of the best herbs for breastfeeding mothers to increase milk production because they increase the level of estrogen in the body. These seeds are also loaded with galactagogue, which makes them great for the mothers who wish to enhance their breast milk supply.

Alfalfa Leaf: Alfalfa is rich in antioxidants, low in saturated fat, and high in protein and fiber. This plant is one of the main sources of food for dairy animals because it is believed to increase milk production.

Blessed Thistle: Blessed thistle is often combined with Fenugreek to increase a low breast milk supply. 

Caraway: A calming herb to soothe gas and colic. 

You will receive 1 ounce of loose leaf tea. This tea is packaged in a resealable bag for freshness.

Instructions for use:

 Pour 1 cup (8 oz) of boiling water over one tea bag full or 1 teaspoon of dried herb. Cover and steep for the desired amount of time.The amount of time the herbs steep (sit in hot water) will determine the strength of the tea. Steep 1 to 3 minutes for a weaker tea and 5 minutes or longer for a stronger dose. Some herbs are bitter, so you may not want to steep them too long. Up to three cups a day is generally considered safe.

The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Information presented here is not intended to be construed as medical advice or to prevent, treat, or cure any disease. Please conduct independent research before ingesting any herbs while also consulting with a physician if you have any health concerns or are taking pharmaceuticals.