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Are you a mom looking to increase your milk supply naturally?

As a momma of twins, I attempted to breastfeed for 3 weeks but had to stop due to recurring mastitis.

One of the key factors to increase your milk supply is to restore your nervous system. Along with galactagogues, you’ll want to add in nervines and adaptogens to soothe your stress as a new mom.

In this video, I share the 4 botanicals you want to take to boost your milk supply, along with herbs to help soothe your nervous system.  Click below to watch.

4 Galactagogues to Boost your Milk Supply

Along with the botanicals, make sure you reach out to a lactation consultant to ensure you’re child has a good latch.

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4 Herbs to Boost Your Milk Supply

#1 Marshmallow root tea

You can purchase marshmallow root {I like www.mountainroseherbs.com}  bring to a boil and simmer covered for 20 minutes.  This also soothes your gut lining and aids digestion.

#2 Oats and barley

Add oatmeal and barley to your diet to ease digestion and boost milk supply.

#3 Hops

Purchase hops as a tincture and add it to water to take daily

#4 Fenugreek

Look for mother’s milk tea or take a tincture or supplement.

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4 herbs to Promote relaxation when nursing

  • Lavender
  • Motherwort
  • Chamomile
  • Blue vervain

xo

Tara

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