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Lactation Tonic
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A herbal combination that provides support for healthy milk flow in lactating mothers and healthy digestion in babies. Our tonic is best used when extra support is needed during lactation.

‘Galactagogue’ is the term herbalists use to describe the action of herbs which have the ability to improve the production and flow of breast milk in lactating mothers. The botanical world offers many herbs with this action, most of which have been utilised by various cultures over centuries for enhancing lactation.

Ingredients:

  • Fenugreek: Traditionally used to promote and enhance lactation.
  • Goats Rue: A proven galactagogue herb for improving the production of breastmilk.
  • Shatavari: A prized Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) herb, Shatavari helps to balance women’s hormones and support optimal lactation.
  • Fennel: Used for improving lactation and also supporting digestive comfort in nursing babies.
Directions:

Take 5mls in water 2-3 x daily.
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Lactation Tonic

Used to increase milk flow in lactating mothers, nourish the milk and reduce wind in the baby.
NZ $49.99
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