Mama's Milk - Breastfeeding Herbal Capsules
This Naturopath formulated herbal compound blend contains nourishing galactagogue herbs to support a plentiful breastmilk supply, and bring calm to a windy or colicky baby.
The word galactagogue comes from the Greek meaning ‘milk promoting’ and is understood to be a substance that promotes lactation in humans and other animals. Galactagogues have a long history of use and are thought to work by increasing prolactin release. Prolactin is a hormone that gets released into the blood stream in response to the suckling stimulus on the nipple.
READ THE BLOG: Using Herbs to Boost Your Milk Supply
Contains: Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus), Fennel seeds (Foeniculum vulgare), Fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenum-graecum), Goats Rue (Galega officinalis), Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera), Nettle leaf (Urtica dioica)
This formula is 100% Australian Certified Organic
For those that prefer the convenience and potency of herbal capsules.
To help boost breastmilk supply, take 2 capsules 2 - 3 times per day with meals.
Approximately 1 months supply.
The capsules used are the gelatine-free, vegetarian variety and they are tasteless.
Suitable for any breastfeeding mother, at any stage of her breastfeeding experience. These herbs offer support to increase breastmilk supply - great if a mum has had supply issues with previous baby or little breast change throughout pregnancy. Can also be used when a mum is needing to express of a regular basis e.g returning back to work. Also recommended for those mothers who feel their supply cannot quite keep up with their babies needs!
* Do not take during pregnancy.
Caution: Taking Fenugreek may be an issue for some women who have thyroid problems, PCOS, blood sugar problems, clotting problems or diabetes. Please use under the guidance of your GP in these circumstances. Or see the 'Mama's Milk FF' (Fenugreek-free) for a great alternative!
Also see the other Mama's Milk Herbal Products:
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