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How to Breastfeed an Adopted (or Surrogate) Baby
Congratulations on adopting a baby! You are entering a new chapter in life as a mother, so naturally, you may want to do as many new moms do and breastfeed your adopted baby. Don’t worry, not only is it possible,...
Benefits of Passion Flower: Calming Mind & Body
Passionflower is a beautiful, exotic looking plant that's known for its soothing effects on body and mind. The medicinal benefits of passion flower weren't widely recognized until the 19th century, but it's been used by native people groups of North...
Postpartum Hair Loss: What You Need To Know
Many pregnancy symptoms are tough to deal with, and women can’t wait to get past them. However, there is one that they enjoy as it has huge aesthetic benefits. This is the symptom of thick and fast-growing hair. Unfortunately, it...
Benefits of Alfalfa Herb + Simple Ways to Use
Alfalfa is a plant often associated with being used as feed for cows, horses, and other livestock, but it is also an herb with many health benefits. It's valued as an ingredient in livestock feed because of its protein content...
Can Thyroid Hormone Levels Affect Breastfeeding?
No one wants to deal with thyroid problems, especially if you are a woman. Unfortunately, you cannot always choose the hand you are dealt, but you can get certain conditions under control. Now that you have bundle of joy to...
Birth Control and Breastfeeding: Here's What You Need To Know
You have become a new mother with a little bundle of love and light wrapped in your arms. Already, you may be feeling the effects of sleepless nights, breasts heavy with milk, and going to the grocery store in pajamas...
6 Wonderful Lemon Balm Benefits and Uses
6 Wonderful Lemon Balm Benefits and Uses Lemon balm, also known as Melissa officinalis, is a wonderful lemon-scented plant that comes from the mint family. It may look plain and unassuming in the garden but gives off a fresh, lemon...
Natural Remedies For PMS + Herbal Tea Blend For Relief
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is something that affects many women every month. Cramps, bloating, headaches, mood swings, depression. The symptoms are different for each person, but none of them are fun. Medical experts still don't know the exact cause or causes...
Top 5 Postpartum Hair Loss Home Remedies
There are lots of changes that happen to a woman’s body after having a baby.  Postpartum hair loss is one of them. Postpartum hair loss (also known as postpartum alopecia) refers to unusually high hair loss that happens after pregnancy....
6 Healing Benefits of Motherwort for Women
Motherwort (botanically known as Leonurus cardiaca) is a member of the mint family and an herb used especially for women's health. The many benefits of motherwort range from its effectiveness as a heart tonic to its calming properties. Sometimes called...
Using Goat's Rue to Increase Your Milk Supply
You can find many herbal supplements that claim to help women make more amounts of breast milk. One popular supplement is goat’s rue, but many women wonder if it is safe for breastfeeding babies and moms. Another question is, does...
Breastfeeding Basics: Tips for Nursing Your Baby
You’ve probably seen moms breastfeeding, and they make it look effortless. Without missing a beat of the conversation or eating their lunch, they can open the button on the shirt and bra, latch the baby on, and make it seem...
5 Health Benefits of Dandelion + Dandelion Tea Recipe
Dandelion is a somewhat infamous plant. Those who love a perfectly green and "weed" free lawn are constantly waging war against dandelions. And yet, dandelion is a much-loved herb in herbal medicine with many health benefits. The whole plant -...
From Bed-sharing to Toddler Bed. When and How?

By bed-sharing you have likely avoided some pitfalls of crib-sleeping like broken bones from jumping, sleep training with bars as separation, and the frequent recalls of dangerously made cribs. What you may not have escaped is sleep deprivation many families face when bed-sharing toddlers get a bit wilder in their sleep. Or maybe you are done with very frequent night nursing but you want to make any new sleep transitions gradual and gentle.

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What is a galactagogue?
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What is Galactagogue? Do I really need one?
“You are what you eat,” is a statement that many of us have heard before. For nursing mothers, it couldn’t be anymore truthful. What you eat influences how much milk you are able to produce, and the nutrients you consume...
Supplement FAQ
Common questions to using Euphoric Herbals supplements to increase milk supply.
5 Tips That Can Make Breastfeeding Less Painful
Many mothers await the day they can cradle their infant in their arms. Breastfeeding is, after all, the beginning of your relationship with your child. However, new moms oftentimes find that nursing is uncomfortable, unbearable, and sometimes so painful that...
Low Breast Milk Supply: Why it Happens and What to do About It
Many moms throughout America worry about breastfeeding and whether they will have enough milk to support their newborn’s appetite. Don’t worry. We assure you that you’re doing a wonderful job and that your baby is growing up well. But if...
4 Amazing Benefits of Peppermint + Simple Peppermint Tea Recipes
Few plants will grow more happily, even in poor conditions, than members of the mint family. Mint is widely used as a flavoring and can add a refreshing coolness to a pitcher of water in the summer or a cup...
5 Simple Natural Remedies for Morning Sickness
There are some simple natural remedies that can be used to help alleviate symptoms of morning sickness. These remedies range from herbs to vitamins to eating habits.