No More Milk Tea Refreshing Hibiscus Sage
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This product was taken off the market by the manufacturer around Nov 04, 2020
1.9 Gram(s) [(1 tea bag)],
Kosher Adult Female (18 - 50 Years) Lactating Organic NP Herbal Tea Supplement Grounded in nature, powered by love Need to reduce your milk supply? Listen: a lactation consultant can nurture you through this transition. Don't hesitate to ask for help and extra care. Because you deserve it. A time-honored tip to help engorgement is to tuck a cabbage leaf in your bra. Seriously. We don't know why, but it works. Non GMO Project Verified nongmoproject.org OTCO USDA Organic Herbal Tea How-To Pour boiling water over one tea bag. Steep 5-10 minutes. Sip 1-3 cups per day, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
Comforting organic No More Milk Tea is formulated with anti-galactagogue herbs including sage, peppermint and parsley, traditionally used to help reduce the production of breast milk when it is no longer desired. EarthKosher Caffeine free Non GMO Project Verified nongmoproject.org Certified organic by Oregon Tilth 100% Organic Bonus: a tangy note in the form of hibiscus flower. Earth Mama Teas Formulated for pregnancy plus! Organic Morning Wellness Tea Organic Heartburn Tea Organic Peaceful Mama Tea Organic Raspberry Leaf Tea Organic Third Trimester Tea Helps reduce breast milk production No More Milk Tea Sometimes a soothing cup of tea is just the thing when you are pondering a word as weird as "weaning." And then it's emotional too. Right? Is it just us? In any case, excess or unwanted breast milk can intensify discomfort during an emotional time and cause sore, aching, engorged breasts. Sage Advice Sage's (Salvia officinalis) culinary uses are well known (and delicious), from pizza to stuffing. But this spectacular spice, whose Latin names means "to heal," is traditionally recommended for complaints from head to toe, and is a trusted friend in the slowing down of breast milk supply.
Do not use this product if you are allergic to plants in the parsley (Apiaceae) family, such as fennel or coriander. Consult your healthcare provider before using this product when breastfeeding, or if symptoms persist or worsen. Not for use during pregnancy Organic Periodic Tea Organic Milkmaid Tea Organic No More Milk Tea Not for use during pregnancy. Many anti-galactagogue herbs are not recommended for use during pregnancy in greater than culinary amounts.