This Lactation tea is formulated with powerful and unique galactagogues, meaning it may help stimulate and increase breast milk production in lactating women.
It also contains herbs for relaxation and stress relief, a relaxed state can positively impact milk letdown and milk production. With the flavours of hibiscus, rose and rosehips , these delicious ingredients make the tea a pretty pink colour when poured, as well as providing additional hydration which is crucial when breastfeeding.
Goats Rue, Blessed Thistle, Nettle, Vervain, Lemongrass, Hibiscus, Rose and Rosehip
Expiry Date approx 2 years from purchase
- Natural and Organic ingredients
- Caffeine free
- Fenugreek free
- Naturopath Formulated
- Suitable for mum to drink from birth
- Relaxation and Stress Relief: The lactation tea contains herbs that have a calming and soothing effect on the nervous system. They can help create calm, which can be beneficial for breastfeeding mothers. A relaxed state can positively impact milk letdown and milk production.
- Hydration and Flavour: Not only does this tea contain powerful and unique galactagogues, but the delicious and beneficial flavours of hibiscus, rose and rosehips. This delicious ingredients make this tea a pretty pink colour when poured, and more enjoyable to drink , as well as providing additional hydration which is crucial when breastfeeding.
- Nutritional Support: This tea contains herbs that are a good source of vitamins and minerals including vitamin B6, magnesium, and calcium. These nutrients can help support the nutritional needs of both the breastfeeding mother and baby.
- Digestive Aid: Goat's rue has been used traditionally to aid digestion and relieve gastrointestinal discomfort. By supporting healthy digestion in lactating women, it may indirectly contribute to overall lactation and milk production.
Drink 1 cup a day for a mild effect, and up to 3 cups a day for a full effect. Can be drunk hot or chilled after brewing.
Suitable for mum to drink from birth
Lactation products are suggested to be consumed after feeding/ pumping when the breast is empty to help replenish and increase supply. But can also be enjoyed any time of the day to maintain supply.
The Australia Breastfeeding Association states DEMAND = SUPPLY. In conjunction with any lactation tea or cookies, removing milk from the breast is the best way to support the supply.