This herbal tea should be a staple in every mother’s postpartum diet. Don’t let its simplicity fool you. Fennel and fenugreek, spices commonly found in kitchens throughout the world, have wonderfully healing postpartum properties. Not only does this tea support healthy lactation and breastfeeding, it also supports digestion and soothes the nerves. Drink this lactation tea throughout the day. This is a light decoction and is actually hydrating to the body. Have a insulated mug of warm lactation tea ready by your bedside, and drink freely throughout the day.

Simple Lactation Tea For Quality Breastmilk

Author: Ameya

Ingredients

Mix seeds thoroughly and put into a container. 6 week supply

    Instructions

    • Boil 8 Cups of water and 1 teaspoon of the seed mixture for 10 minutes and strain.
    • Sip warm lactation tea throughout the day.
    • Make fresh daily.
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    4 Comments

    1. Mimi

      I will give this a try! Thank you. Do you have any advice to help with gassy babies? I hear some tend to be more gascious than others.

      Reply
      • Ameya

        Hi Mimi,
        The first thing to look at when you have a gassy baby, is what are you eating? If you have digestible breastmilk, chances are your baby will not be gassy. Please read my post on proper postpartum diet.
        Also giving baby daily baby massage helps wonders as well.
        I also recommend downloading my free postpartum planner eBook. You can easily post the dietary recommendations on your fridge as well as get a print out of the baby massage sequence.
        Let me know how it goes 🙂

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    2. Suryakumari

      Hi Ameya, could you give me the measurements of fennel and fenugreek by grams, so that i can mix the ingredients in a proper measurement.

      Reply
    3. Jina

      You are doing amazing work! Thanks for sharing your wonderful posts 👍. I started on just Lactation tea and noticed minimal improvement in milk supply. So I started Domperidone (Motilium) 3x10mg three times a day. (So glad I found “DOMBF365” ❤️ in Google and get the reliable source) I got great results. Now I take domperidone and your tasty Lactation tea. This is a great combination. Love your posts!

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