Many mothers want to breastfeed in order to ensure the best possible protection for their baby. For this crucial phase in a baby’s life, moms may benefit from a blend which has traditionally been used in Germany to stimulate the production of milk and enriches its quality to make sure the baby thrives.
Directions: The tea is specifically for breastfeeding women. Pour 250 ml of hot water over 1 teaspoon of the mixture, cover and let infuse for 10 minutes.
If not otherwise prescribed don’t consume more than the recommended dose. Don’t use if you are allergic or sensitive against any of the ingredients. Keep out of the reach of children. Store in a cool and dry place. This tea is not supposed to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease. For any persistent complaints or conditions that do not improve significantly within 3 days, please consult your physician.
Anise: This is a herb that you will find in many nursing teas. Anise stimulates the flow of milk, ensures good sleep and may help with cramping.
Caraway: Since ancient times caraway has been one of the most important plants when it comes to stimulating milk production in women who are breastfeeding. Also this seed helps against flatulence in mummy and baby and supports the gut microbiome.
Fennel: It can help increase milk supply and may even calm a gassy tummy if your little one is suffering from that.
Goat’s Rue: A very potent herb for breastfeeding moms as it may help to build up breast tissue and make more breast milk.
Vervaine: With the addition of Vervaine, the breastfeeding tea tastes pleasantly mild, has a balancing and harmonizing effect and thus promotes relaxed breastfeeding.
Lemongrass and hibiscus flowers round off the tea with an excellent taste.
In order to fully benefit from a plant’s powerful properties, you need to go for quality. The herbs we use at Panakaya are sourced in Germany and of pharmacopoeial quality, meaning they follow the strict guidelines and quality standards of the German and European Pharmacopoeia. This means every single batch has been tested for its efficacy and residue of any pesticides, herbicides etc. Therefore, the potency of the herbs cannot be compared to your average tea you get at the supermarket.
Any questions? Schedule a free 15-min consultation!