WHAT TO SIP WHILE NESTING

Our Lady of La Leche Tea Tin

$18.00

Breastfeeding tea for mothers who see a drop in milk supply due to common occurrences such as illness, returning to work or school, surgery and other common events that can impact lactation. Made with herbs traditionally used to increase quantity and quality of milk (galactagogues) as well as support a nursing mother's overall health. (Most breastfeeding moms do not need herbs to establish a good supply, if you feel that you are not making enough milk please get support and information from a Lactation Consultant or your local La Leche League Leader.)

Ingredients: Nettle Leaf, Alfalfa Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek Seed, Astragalus Root.

Have questions? Jen, the Birds and Bees Teas Founder, has a Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences. She can answer your questions about herbs on the Birds and Bees Teas Blog.

How to increase milk supply with galactagogues? Galactagogues increase milk supply of a breastfeeding mother. You can use herbal tea or even eat foods the stimulate milk production. Check out our blog for a longer answer and details on each of the ingredients in this nutritious tea.

Tea Tin includes approx. 30 servings
Start with a tasty sample - Sample Bag (4 servings)
Refill your tea tin - Bulk Tea (40 or 70 servings)

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Our Lady of La Leche Tea Tin

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Sustain and possibly increase milk production

Birds & Bees Tea blend for breastfeeding mothers. Tin contains 4.5 oz of loose leaf. Also sold in bulk bags for refilling your tins or for those who are drinking multiple cups in a day.

Our Lady of La Leche Tea - Tin

Ingredients: Nettle Leaf, Alfalfa Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek Seed, Astragalus Root

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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