Lactation Tea Melange


Feel Secure & Boost Your Flow

The perfect blend of Postpartum Herbs. Tried-and-tested herbal galactagogues to help increase your breastmilk supply.

  • 100% Natural, Organic Ingredients
  • Stimulates Healthy Milk Production
  • Nourishes Body & Mind
  • Ingredients Used by Nursing Women for Centuries
  • Loaded with Antioxidants, Vitamins & Minerals
Read more about our organic ingredients below.


Organic Lactation Tea Melange – 50 gram.
Packaged in BPA free aluminium container.

Our herbal blend is especially composed for the breastfeeding mothers who are looking to support a healthy, natural breastmilk flow.

Sometimes our milk production decreases due to stress, fatigue or other complications. Whatever the reason might be: sometimes we just want that bit of extra security to stop constant thoughts like “Do I make enough milk?” or “Did baby drink enough?” all the time.

Worries about our breastmilk are stressful.

It’s why for centuries, mothers have looked for ways to support their bodies with the right ingredients and lifestyle during this special time.

Are you trying to *up* your breastmilk flow?
Are you looking to support your body during milk production?
Does your baby’s milk supply make you worried?
Are you looking for a pure, natural breastmilk booster?

Let if flow!

Our organic Lactation Tea Melange contains natural ingredients only. These herbal galactagogues are carefully curated and blended to help increase your breastmilk supply through a delicious melange.

Red Raspberry Leaf

Red Raspberry Leaf is the absolute multifunctional herb for women. It’s great for all things PMS, helps return the uterus to pre-pregnancy size and even reduces postpartum depression. This hormone regulating herb helps to tone & strengthen your uterus muscle.

Raspberry’s astringency assists wound healing. That’s why it’s been used to help with bleeding and swelling & restore tone to the uterus. The high nutrient content may help to enrich breast milk, although over-consumption can cause supply issues.

Red raspberry leaf is perhaps one of the most historically venerated herbal uterine tonics.
Science Direct

Alfalfa Leaf

Alfalfa helps breast tissue development and the milk duct system to proliferate. It can increase milk supply and increase the fat content of your milk. She helps to nourish and cleanse the body, supporting the liver and pituitary gland function.

Alfalfa is one of the oldest crops known and referenced in scriptures from before 1300 B.C! It’s been used to support lactation for ages. Alfalfa is considered a superfood because of its high vitamin and mineral content which supports fertility, lactation, and detoxification in the body. It contains phytoestrogens that resemble estrogens that can attach to their receptors.

How does that work?
Lactation hormones responsible for making milk, such as prolactin, are made and stored in the pituitary gland. Estrogen signals the pituitary gland to make and secrete prolactin. Because alfalfa is a phytoestrogen, it supports that process.

Alfalfa leaf alone contains vitamin K, vitamin C, Folate, Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) and Vitamin B6. It also contains many minerals, such as Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Potassium, Phosphorus and Calcium.

Nettle Leaf

Stinging nettle is a highly nutritious herb that is believed to stimulate the milk production and thus increase your breast milk supply. It’s richness in iron builds up blood supply and fights postpartum fatigue (or anemia).

Nettle is another herb with galactagogue properties. This herb helps to increase breastmilk production. Traditional midwives also use(d) nettle infusions to reduce postpartum bleeding.

The medical use of nettle dates back to ancient Greece and is used for far more than pregnant and postpartum women. Nettle leaf has been used to treat inflammation, joint pain, hay fever, arthritis, eczema, gout, and even battle and burn wounds have been treated with nettle.

High levels of vitamins & minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid, B vitamin, vitamin K, and essential amino acids provide essential nutrients.

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek is another impressive herb that’s been used in alternative medicine for a long time. Aside from has benefits for lowering blood sugar levels and digestive issues, it’s known to boost breastmilk production and flow. Breastfeeding mothers have widely been drinking pure fenugreek tea for ages.

Fennel Seeds

Fennel seed mimics estrogen to stimulate breast milk production and breast tissue growth. Crazy, right? This powerhouse seed is also a postpartum beauty aid, improving skin tone and hair health, as well as promoting sound sleep & soothing digestive issues in mom and colic in infants.

Dandelion Leaf & Chamomile Flowers

These power-flowers are no specific breastmilk boosters, but needed to be included in our melange. Some women do report increased milk production, but taking enough liquids and nutrients is very important and beneficial anyway. For us, Dandelion &. Chamomile are important for their flavor & wealth of nutrients.

Dandelion helps the body to repair tears and skin tissue by boosting the immune system and encouraging healthy cell growth. Dandelion is ancient herbal medicine that helps to detox the liver, promotes to create bile and indirectly helps with constipation.

Dandelion has the ability to stop the body from retaining water, helping you to pee and flush out toxins. It helps to cleanse and maintain correct liver health, which is essential to keep the blood filtered and detoxed. It has anti-inflammatory properties, which play a major role in many ailments and diseases.

She has tons of anti-oxidants, and is high in vitamins A & C. They  As it promotes the liver to create bile, it also indirectly helps with constipation.

And Chamomile… being our go-to herbal tea, she’s the glue that blends it all together. Chamomile is said to alleviate postpartum depression and sleep problems.

We’re not saying you won’t be able to nurse your baby without our tea, but lactation tea is a great postpartum support. Your body is working over-hours to support your newborn baby. That’s why keeping yourself comfortable, hydrated and nutrient rich is our main objective in this new-mom-life…


Important information

Do NOT use during your pregnancy. Some of the ingredients are great for postpartum use, but not during your pregnancy.

Overabundant Breast Milk Supply? Some Ingredients Could Increase Your Supply Too Much.
This could lead to painful breast issues such as breast engorgement & mastitis. Discontinue use if you develop any of these issues.

Herbs are powerful herbaceous plants, and though usually mild, can still cause adverse reactions. In case of worries with counter-productivity around mediations, please consult your physician first.

Galactagogues should never replace evaluation and counseling on modifiable factors that affect milk production.

Legal Disclaimer
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not (all) been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

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