Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as a nutritive tonic, Breastfeeding Support by Herbs of Gold contains blessed thistle and fenugreek, which are used to maintain and support breast milk production in women.
The two main ingredients, Fenugreek and Blessed thistle have traditionally been used in western medicine for their galactagogue properties (a galactagogue is a naturally occurring – although it can also be synthesised - a substance that promotes lactation).
This combination of the two herbs is a perfect solution for mums who are sensitive to other supplements that help promote lactation. Breastfeeding Support by Herbs of Gold are not just excelling for helping with milk production, they are also perfectly safe for those on a strict vegetarian diet. They contain no animal products of any kind, peanut derivatives or gluten.
Many women can sometimes encounter difficulties when it comes to breastfeeding or expressing milk, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. According to the MNT (Medical News Today) site, up to two-thirds of new mothers, on average, will have trouble with breastfeeding.
The trouble with lactation could well be a thing of the past, and thanks to supplements there is no need to chew seeds or graze on thistles! Breastfeeding Support by Herbs of Gold can help new mothers to produce the milk that they need to. Easy to take, Breastfeeding Support by Herbs of Gold could be just what you have been looking for.
Breastfeeding Support by Herbs of Gold have the following properties and associated benefits:
- Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as a nutritive tonic
- May help with milk production in women
- Helps to support a healthy diet
- Used in Western medicine traditionally to increase breast milk production in breastfeeding women
Directions: Adults-Take 1 tablet, twice daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Warning: Always read the label. Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children. If you are concerned about the health of yourself or your baby, please consult with your healthcare practitioner.