9 Aug 2017 | 2 min Read
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If you are a breastfeeding mother who is often finding ways to increase her breast milk supply, these tried and tested remedies, by a Mom passionate about natural living, might work for you!
Cinnamon – Ayurveda recommends using cinnamon to help increase the supply of breast milk. It also helps to delay the occurrence of menstruation after childbirth. If you want to increase breast milk production with cinnamon mix a pinch of cinnamon with a cup of warm milk and drink it before you sleep. To read the complete post, click here
Oats – Oats are rich in iron that can help increase breast milk production. Most of the times, iron deficiency can cause a lack of milk supply. Eat a bowl of oats with warm milk and add a dash of seasonal fruits to make a nutritional breakfast. To read the complete post, click here
Fennel seeds – Add one tablespoon of fennel seeds in hot water and cover the cup. Let the seeds steep in the water for about 20 minutes. Strain the solution and consume. Drink it twice a day for best results. To read the complete post, click here
Fenugreek – Fenugreek is a preferred ingredient to stimulate the milk glands and promote better breast milk supply. You will need to soak one tablespoon of fenugreek seeds in one cup of water overnight. In the morning, boil the water along with the fenugreek seeds for a few minutes. Take it off the flame and cover with a lid. Let the water steep for a few minutes. Strain the seeds and drink this every morning for a few weeks till the milk supply increases.
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Hope these work for you. If you are looking for any other home remedies, please let me know!
Wish you and your baby enjoy your breastfeeding journey to the fullest!
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