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Buy Galactagogue Ayurvedic Medicines - Sometimes due to some medical problems women are unable to produce milk sufficient to fulfill the requirement of baby. So, we have come up with completely herbal combination, all the contents of which are useful in promoting lactation in mothers.

Lactation can be increased in following way:

Water, water, water: Keeping yourself hydrated is key to keeping your supply up. I heard the suggestion to drink a glass of water every time you nurse your baby. As a rule of thumb, that’s what I tried to do–especially those first couple of months when baby nurses SO much.

Eat! Sounds silly, I know. But when you have a new baby to take care of, sometimes you don’t find enough time to eat. Remember, you are still solely providing nutrition not only for yourself, but for another human!

Oats: Eating oats–such as oatmeal or oat based granola bars can give your supply a boost. Try these delicious Lactation Cookies.

Pump, even when you don’t have to: It is helpful to, if you’re able, pump on one side while your baby is breastfeeding on the other. If you can’t do that, try pumping right after the baby finishes nursing. There is also a method of increasing supply called Power Pumping. This simply means that you pump for five minutes every 15 minutes for an hour.

Skin to skin: Spending some time snuggling up with your baby will help your supply.

Seek support and help: A good support system is vital to being successful in breastfeeding. Make sure you’re around people who are supportive and helpful. Don’t hesitate for a minute to call a lactation consultant or your baby’s pediatrician for advice or to ask questions. Trust me; they want to help you be successful, too!

Enjoy these foods: These foods are said to give your supply a boost: asparagus, oatmeal, quinoa, fennel, flax, alfalfa and red raspberry leaf (just to name a few)!

Avoid these things:These herbs can lower your supply: sage, peppermint and wintergreen. Also avoid these teas: Comfrey tea, Sassafras tea, Ginseng tea, Licorice tea.