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Native Milk Lactation Tincture | Breast Milk Support

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This lactation formula supports the healthy production of breastmilk in nursing mothers.

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Most lactation tinctures and teas contain fenugreek. We chose very specifically not to include fenugreek in our formula since it has been known to cause colic in newborns. All the herbs included in our formula are gentle and safe for mother and baby.

Goats Rue is an herb that has a long history of being used to support lactation. It is one of the most potent herbs to help build mammary tissue. It stimulates milk production and breast gland development. It can be helpful for mothers who have low milk supply as a result of a hormonal imbalance.

Milky Oats support and nourish the nervous system. They are a great herb for soothing irritable moods, wired and tired nerves, and overtired new moms. Milky oats are highly nourishing, revitalizing, and restorative. Offering the most magnesium of just about any plant, oats also contain abundant chromium, sodium, silicon, calcium, iron, niacin, phosphorus, riboflavin, selenium, vitamin B complex, folic acid, vitamins E, K, A and C, potassium and protein.

Blessed Thistle is a galactagogue and stimulates breast milk production. It is also helpful for reducing the likelihood of post-partum hemorrhage and has mild antidepressant effects.

Nettle is one of the best wild herbs. It is used for its nourishing and mineral-rich qualities for skin health, and nutritive support during pregnancy. Nettle is a galactagogue, an herb that supports breast milk supply in nursing mothers. It contains high levels of vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid, B vitamins, vitamin K, and essential amino acids.

4oz.

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