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Increasing Milk Supply with Motherlove

Posted by Administrator to Breastfeeding
motherlove nurturing lifeIncreasing milk supply is easier for Maternitique moms with the new addition this month of Motherlove to our breastfeeding shop.

Just in time for Breastfeeding Awareness Month (which is August, by the way), Motherlove has arrived to Maternitique. In addition to the luxuriously rich Pregnant Belly Oil and Pregnant Belly Salve for expecting moms, our new Motherlove selection also includes their three most popular supplements for increasing milk supply after baby arrives.

In fact, Motherlove makes the United States’ best-selling breastfeeding supplement for increasing milk supply: More Milk Plus. Now at Maternitique in both capsule form and liquid tincture form, More Milk Plus contains fenugreek, the herb most frequently recommended for increasing milk supply.

In addition to fenugreek, however, More Milk Plus also contains blessed thistle for increasing milk supply, along with nettles and fennel to help your body digest and absorb the fenugreek, which can often cause gas, diarrhea or digestive upset in both women and new babies when breastfeeding moms consume it alone.

Because their certified organic ingredients and expertly blended formulas are so effective and safe, Motherlove is the brand most recommended by lactation consultants, midwives and mothers themselves for establishing and increasing milk supply.

Read more about the high safety and purity standards of Motherlove and see our full selection of Motherlove products at our website.

Thanks for reading and sharing and helping us promote Breastfeeding Awareness Month with your Facebook likes, re-tweets and pins,

Tara Bloom, founder

Staci Davidson Date 9/27/2013
I ordered a bottle of this and have been taking it for a couple weeks now. I can tell a small difference in my milk supply. Only a small amount, because my newborn is constantly eating, doing what is called 'Cluster Eating'. I have been able to let him eat from both breasts then pump and still get a little over an ounce to an 1 1/2 oz out. If I pump before he eats I get close to 2 ounces and he seems satisfied after he is done eating. The only thing is there seems to be a maple syrup smell when you burp after you take one. I have ordered more. :)

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