Can anyone drink mothers milk tea?
While I am not a doctor and don’t know your medical history, under normal circumstances it is ok for most people to drink mother’s milk tea whether or not they are lactating. (Fyi, herbal tea may not be ok while pregnant, check with your doctor when the time comes.)
What happens if I drink mothers milk tea?
After drinking the tea, moms saw an increase in pumping output of anywhere from 1 ounce to 3 ounces per pumping session. I was excited after finding out that so many women were able to increase their milk supply after drinking Mother’s Milk tea. I also found that some people experienced some mild side effects.
How many times a day should you drink mother’s milk tea?
How Much Mother’s Milk Tea Do I Need to Drink? It is recommended to drink at least 3 cups of Mother’s Milk Tea per day to see the lactogenic effects you are hoping for. In my experience, I was drinking at least 5 cups per day. I would brew one almost every time before a pumping session.
Why does mother’s milk tea work?
Mother’s milk tea is an herbal tea meant to help increase a mother’s milk supply. Its main milk-boosting ingredient is fenugreek, along with fennel, anise, coriander and blessed thistle—herbs that have traditionally been used as galactagogues (aka milk-making aids).
How do you make Mother’s Milk tea taste good?
How to Make Mother’s Milk Tea Taste Better
- Mix Mother’s Milk with Lemon Lift or Berry Zinger. The first tip I have for making Mother’s Milk taste better is to mix it with another tea.
- Mix with Chai Tea.
- Add Sugar, Honey, or Agave.
- Try it Iced.
- Add a Lemon or Orange Slice.
- Mix it with Lemonade.
- Mix with Apple Cider.
- Chug it.
Does no more milk tea really work?
I’m happy to report that this tea really worked for me! It took a week to fully dry up the milk supply, but I also saw a noticeable reduction within the first 3 days of use, which was a huge relief. I went through 2 of the 3 boxes of tea and drank 3-4 cups daily. I am so thankful for this product!