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Once the baby arrives, many mums find that certain teas can maintain or improve milk supply. It’s good to start off trying a small amount when you’re introducing a new herb tea and to learn what works best for your body. You should steep the tea 1 to 3 minutes for a weak version and 5 minutes or longer for a strong dose. While you can certainly make your own lactation tea with a variety of ingredients known to help with lactation including fennel, stinging nettle, alfalfa, anise, caraway, verbena and red raspberry leaf, there are also options you can purchase already blended for you, like the Lola&Lykke organic Nursing Tea. These teas promote relaxation and healthy milk supply.
by Phuong Le