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Let There Be Milk! Alcohol-Free Fenugreek Lactation Supplement for breastfeeding moms is a nice companion to Nursing Nectar Breastfeeding Tea. The two remedies complement each other by helping breastfeeding mothers stay hydrated, aiding in digestion (improved digestion means making more milk), relaxing tension allowing her milk to flow, and increasing the production of breast milk.
Suggested use for lactation support: Take 20-40 drops 3-5 times daily with food and water or your favorite beverage. This is a glycerin-based liquid herbal extract that is easier to take than strong traditional alcohol extracts.
Still, please DO NOT take it directly in your mouth without water. Always take herbal extracts with food and water and never on an empty stomach. Watch this video to learn the best way to take a tincture.
Not intended for pregnancy.
Proprietary Blend: Organic Blessed Thistle, Organic Goat’s Rue, Organic Fenugreek Seed, Organic Marshmallow, Organic Red Raspberry Leaf, Vegetable Glycerin, and Deionized Water.
Servings per container: 59
2 Ounce / 59 mL
Daily Value: 460mg/ml
Herb Strength Ratio: 1:2.2
Store in a cool dark place such as your medicine cabinet.
There are possible side effects for a small group of breastfeeding women. Discontinue use if adverse side effects appear. Fenugreek may cause an upset stomach or excessive gas in mother or baby, may lower blood sugar, may cause break through menstrual bleeding, may lower the thyroid hormone T3 and should be avoided by women with hypothyroidism.
Produced at Birth Song Botanicals, 862 N. Cato Springs Rd., Fayetteville, AR 72701
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Herbs and herbal medicine have been used effectively for centuries, all over the world. However, herbs are not regulated by the FDA. Consult a trusted health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions or are taking any medications.