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Breastfeeding Tea - Artemis
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Supports optimal milk supply for nursing mothers.
Breastfeeding is a challenging time, particularly in the first few weeks. This traditional plant medicine formula is a welcome aid for new parents. It includes Fennel and Nettle, widely used to stimulate milk supply. The targeted nutrients support uterine recovery after labour. And healthy digestion for baby, making digestive discomforts like colic and wind less likely.
Take Breastfeeding Tea for ultimate support during nursing.
Use 1 level tsp (1g) per cup (150ml) and infuse with boiling water for 5-10 minutes.
Dose:For low milk supply take 3 cups throughout the day - morning, afternoon and evening. To maintain healthy milk supply take 1 cup each day, for the period of lactation.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist, see your health professional.
Special Instructions:Shake contents before opening. Do not microwave. To avoid external contamination close can immediately after use. Keep away from heat and moisture. Store in fridge in hot and humid climates.
Safety: - No documented herb-drug interactions within the recommended dosage - Contraindications: over-sensitivity to any ingredients - Check ingredients for known allergies or over-sensitivity - Discontinue use if irritation occurs - No restriction on long term use - Suitable for breastfeeding women - Suitablef for babies via breast milk
Tea Ingredients: Filled by weight and contents may settle after filling. 30g = 30 cups. Does not contain sugar, artificial sweeteners, colours, flavours, preservatives, gluten, wheat or dairy. GE Free. Vegan.
Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum) is a galactagogue which means its supports the normal flow of breast milk. It also helps to reduce baby’s gas, which can ease wind issues.
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is especially helpful for new mothers due to its wound-healing properties, which supports post birth comfort and healing. It is a well-known relaxant of the digestive tract supporting gastric comfort for both mother and baby.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) has been used since ancient Greek times to support the flow of breast milk and aid digestion. When passed on to baby during feeding, it helps reduce excess gas and relax the digestive tract.
Nettle (Urtica dioica) helps support normal milk production and increase the nutritious quality of breast milk. It is beneficial after birth. Nettle is a cleansing plant and improves detoxification.
Traditionally, Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus) is used from early pregnancy to post birth. When taken regularly after birth, it helps tone and strengthen the pelvic tissue supporting the recovery of the strained pelvic floor muscles. It encourages a quick recovery from birth by supporting uterine involution and comfort.