A lactation formula that works

by Andrea on September 4, 2016

Move over fenugreek and blessed thistle – get ready for a lactation formula that is backed by science and extensive traditional usage. Despite their common use in natural breastfeeding supplements, neither fenugreek nor blessed thistle boast impressive clinical results. When looking for a natural, effective, safe lactation aid,women are struggling to find answers.

Increase Milk Supply Naturally

Check out the blend by Rumina Naturals – we are so honored to have been a part of its design: Moringa, Shatavari, Milk thistle and Vervain – a comprehensive formula unlike any other.  The following description has been copied with permission from the Rumina Naturals website.

Moringa oleifera is one of nature’s most potent herbal remedies to increase breast milk. It is ultra-rich in vitamins and minerals, including iron and calcium – offering nursing Moms incredible nutritional support for energy and vitality. The news gets even better for Moringa – it’s considered to be a very sustainable crop – it’s easy to grow and thrives in poor soil and drought conditions.

Shatavari has a rich history of use in Ayurvedic medicine to increase milk supply.  Shatavari is easily absorbed and is traditionally known as a potent hormone balancer and overall tonic for women. It possesses powerful phytoestrogen properties.

Milk thistle (Silybum marianum), not to be confused with Blessed thistle, is an impressive herb to support lactating women. It quickly and safely promotes the production of breast milk – a great addition to  Milk Aplenty.

Vervain Exhaustion, sleep deprivation or separation from babe post-delivery can compromise a Mom’s ability to maintain a sufficient milk supply. Anxiety and stress may inhibit the let-down reflex. Vervain (Verbena officinalis) offers tremendous benefit to Mothers during their post-partum period. This herb relaxes and strengthens the nervous system. It may help prevent depression.

Truly medicine, defined by nature.

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