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A complete source of plant protein with all 9 essential amino acids, high in fiber and contains exceptionally high levels of antioxidants. All of these nutrients but particularly protein, iron, vitamin K and calcium are needed in good milk supply.
The plant’s chemical makeup is 65% amino acids, including the essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). The high concentration of amino acids has made spirulina a popular nutritional supplement for those who are unable to obtain sufficient calories and protein through diet alone.
Blessed thistle has been revered since the Middle Ages in Europe for its use as a digestive stimulant and nutritive tonic. Blessed thistle works effectively when paired with other galactagogues.
Alfalfa, also called lucerne and called Medicago sativa in binomial nomenclature, is a perennial flowering plant in the legume family Fabaceae. It is cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world. It has long been prized for its superior content of vitamins, minerals and protein.
Recognized for its tonic and nutritional value. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and has traditionally been used primarily in the spring time to stimulate slow winter blood. Nettle is a popular tonic used by many herbalists for treating iron deficiency, which improves milk supply
Peppermint is probably used most often to effectively relieve nausea and calm other symptoms of indigestion. But Peppermint tea can also help to relieve a headache from stress or tension and also help with one that comes from indigestion.Learn more.
Yarrow has earned itself the nickname of "cure-all" over the centuries, known as an amphoteric herb – meaning that it normalizes a body system. It can be used as an emmenagogue to bring on delay or absent menstruation, and to reduce heavy bleeding during menstruation.
Rose hips are one of the most nutrient-packed fruits of any plant. They’ve been used medicinally for centuries to treat a range of diseases. Packed with Vitamin C, they also contain vitamin A, plus other important nutrients like vitamin E, vitamin K, manganese, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
This has been my go-to tea throughout this winter to keep possible illnesses at bay, especially any time I feel a scratchy throat or head cold coming on. At those first signs of sickness I usually only have to drink a large cup and then the symptoms don't fully develop into anything! Typically I do it a few days in a row to make sure whatever was coming on is completely gone. It tastes great, too!