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Low Milk Supply—Lactation Bundle

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Increase Your Milk Supply Fast with the Best Lactation Boosting Techniques and Products!

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Hey, Mama! 

Welcome to my Lactation Bundle page! This page has the quick links to everything we covered in my post How to Increase Your Milk Supply Fast. If you haven’t already read that post, make sure you at least put it on your to-do list! Until then, this page contains my “Increase Your Milk Supply Fast” cheatsheet and the absolute best lactation boosting products grocery list. Don’t forget to snag your free lactation bundle printables—it’ll save you time and broadband 😉


A little note about the products below: You don’t have to purchase them all (I sure didn’t!), but I recommend at least trying ONE from each category. Everyone is a little different, so it’s hard to tell which product will work best with your body. So, the more diverse your selection, the better! For instance, I used a combination of Mother’s Milk Tea, More Milk Plus Supplements, and I baked lactation cookies with brewer’s yeast.

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Teas & Mixes

Organic Mother’s Milk Tea by Traditional Medicinals 

Liquid Gold: Breastfeeding & Lactation Support Tea by Pink Stork

Milkflow Fenugreek + Blessed Thistle Powder (Orange or Chocolate Drink Mix) by Upspring 

 

Ingredients

Brewer’s Yeast Powder by Solgar

Organic Ground Flaxseed by Spectrum Essentials

 

Supplements

More Milk Special Blend Supplements with Goat’s Rue by MotherLove

Goat’s Rue 120 Capsule Supplement by MotherLove  **Psst** If you want to save  money and purchase a smaller quantity, check out the Goat’s Rue 60 Capsules by Mommy Knows Best. **

Lactation Support Liquid Phyto-Capsules (60 Capsules) by Gaia Herbs

Milkflow Blessed Thistle 100 Capsules by Upspring
Increase Your Milk Supply Fast Infographic

Don’t waste time waiting for your supply to come back, Mama. Give some of these methods a try and if it doesn’t work, never hesitate to see a lactation consultant.

Good Luck!

Disclaimer: This website isn’t intended for medical advice. I’m a poor substitute for a doctor, midwife, or lactation consultant. I’m just a mom sharing what worked for her. Remember, symptoms are the result of an underlying problem. Always refer to a medical professional for true medical advice.

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