Leptadenia reticulata: It helps to stimulate, stabilize and improve the quality and quantity of breast milk. When given to post-natal cases of lactation, results in increased milk secretion. In postnatal cases of lactation the results showed that there was appreciable increase in secretion of breast milk. No side effects were observed in both the mother and child.
Trigonella foenum graecum (Fenugreek, Methi): Fenugreek seeds are the most commonly used herbal galactogogue. In India, fenugreek seeds added to cereals and wheat flour or made into gruel, given to the nursing mothers to increase milk synthesis. It is usually discontinued once milk supply has reached an appropriate level. It is an oxytocic and stimulates the uterus and milk ducts in the breast. Fenugreek supports the production of milk by providing essential fatty acids. Many clinical studies showed that herbal tea of fenugreek seed improved the breast milk supply.
Asparagus racemosus ( Shatavari): Oral administration of roots of Asparagus racemosus increased the milk production in lactating mothers. An increase in prolactin level was observed in Shatavari treated group than in control group. The weight of the mothers and the weight of the babies, showed substantially higher increase in the Shatavari group as compared to the control group. The overall research findings validate the galactogogue activity of Asparagus.
One tablet two times a day or as directed by your physician
No side effects have been reported if used as per the directions of the physician.
No contraindications reported.
Use of the product should be discontinued if hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients is noted.
Pack of 60 tablets
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