Nursing tea 50g
This herbal breastfeeding tea is recommended to facilitate lactation and calm infant colic. The combination of plants it contains is carefully selected and recognized for its galactogenic and antispasmodic properties.
The benefits of lactation tea
Our breastfeeding tea is a blend of fennel, aniseed, caraway and lemon balm. Here are the benefits of each of its components:
Fennel and aniseed are two seeds with very similar virtues. In fact, they are both effective in stimulating lactation. They are also formidable for treating digestive disorders and menstrual problems (pain and irregularities).
Caraway has a positive effect on biliary, gastric and salivary secretions. It also has expectorant and diuretic properties. Like fennel and anise, it is also a galactogen, which means it promotes lactation.
Lemon balm, for its part, is renowned for its calming properties. It acts on the nervous system, calming anxiety and stress and even reducing insomnia. It also improves memory, calms and soothes colic in infants.
Why use breastfeeding tea?
Breastfeeding tea is a must for mothers who have decided to breastfeed. As we said earlier, it has galactogenic properties. In fact, it makes breastfeeding easier for mothers by stimulating the production of breast milk.
Mothers are often tired and don't get enough sleep. Fatigue is often a cause of reduced lactation. As a result, the child is not satisfied, cries and many women give up breastfeeding. And unfortunately, they end up supplementing with infant milk.
On the other hand, this blend is highly recommended for infant colic, which can be difficult to deal with. The advantage for breast-feeding mothers who wish to breast-feed exclusively, is that the nursing tea passes into the mother's milk. So, only the mother needs to consume it.
All in all, this blend of plants is highly effective for successful breastfeeding. It will be an invaluable aid in coping with your baby's growth spikes. But above all, it will soothe you both and enable you to fully appreciate this unique moment of sharing.
Summary and instructions for use
Let's briefly review the virtues of these plants. Fennel and aniseed promote lactation and relieve infant colic. Caraway promotes lactation, but also helps the liver to function properly. Lemon balm also relieves colic, soothes and facilitates sleep.
As for dosage, 2 to 3 cups a day are required. This is the ideal amount to reap the full benefits of breastfeeding tea. It can also be enjoyed hot or cold, depending on taste. Breast milk is over 85% water, so you need to drink plenty of it too.