I suffer from low milk supply. I found a lot of information in this book that I haven’t found elsewhere. The quality of my milk improved from thin and watery to having a thick cream when it settles. I didn’t find the book information-dense, but well justified and even more convincing. I would highly recommend this book to any pregnant or nursing mother.
When growing a galactagogue garden, certain greens can be started indoors, or even become an indoors staple. This is true for sweet potato leaves, a lactogenic green.
Early to mid-spring, galactagogue weeds and perennials are already showing up, reminding us of their beauty and value.
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For ten years, I listened each day to mothers as they vented their profound feelings of loss, grief and failure--feelings I also had with my first baby when I could not build a milk supply. I wished with all my heart that I could do more than just commiserate. I...
A Slow Gestation The idea for this book was conceived and then took hold of me, a little more each time, with the births of my four children. With each child, I learned a little more about overcoming my low milk supply issues by using traditional herbs and foods — an...