The Nursing Mother Blend Tea by Whitetree
The Nursing Mother Blend Tea by Whitetree
The Nursing Mother Blend Tea by Whitetree

The Nursing Mother Blend Tea by Whitetree

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S$25.00
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100% organic lactation tea for nursing mothers during postpartum recovery

Breastfeeding your baby can be a journey but it's not without its challenges, whether you are a new parent or an experienced one. One of the main concerns mothers face is whether their baby has sufficient breast milk and if the mother can keep up their supply for a long period of time.

 

Fennel, nettle and fenugreek seeds are a blend of herbs typically recognized as natural galactogogues - meaning they are marketed to help stimulate breast milk production.  

Other ingredients like the sweet and sour raspberry leaves help promote breastfeeding and postpartum uterine recovery, while others help balance women’s hormones, reduce postpartum depression, and fight fatigue. 

The blend is characterised by the pleasantly sweet taste of Honey Bush with floral notes of Red Rose. The blend is given colour and life with the bright yellow leaves of Calendula Flowers.

Main Herbs:

 Fenugreek / Nettle / Fennel / Honey Bush / Raspberry Leaf / Rose Pink / Calendula

Blend of 7 herbs that are widely recognized with health benefits:

  1. FenugreekWidely used by British herbalists and the most popular herb for increasing breast milk supply.  It is also said to be highly effective in increasing bust size.
  2. Fennel: Trusted by herbal therapists and midwives as one of the beneficial herbs for breastfeeding mothers. It gently stimulates the production of milk and increase quantity. It is also good aid for baby for digestion and soothe symptoms of colic.
  3. Nettle Rich in vitamins and minerals and used for prenatal and postnatal nutrition since ancient times 
  4. Raspberry Leaf:  Postpartum recovery of the uterus to return to pre-pregnancy size. 
  5. HoneybushBalances women's hormones. Rich in antioxidants. 
  6. CalendulaRestorative effect on postpartum damaged skin, mucous membranes, and blood vessels 
  7. Rose Red: Balances women's hormones and reduces stress

Product details: 

  • 100% organic signature tea blend to boost milk supply 
  • caffeine-free 
  • Doctor recommended
  • Package comes with 12 teabags (12-28 cups)
  • Great for breastfeeding aid, postpartum recovery, and anti-aging properties 

How to drink & store

  • You can make 2-3 cups (500ml to 700ml) with each teabag. Try to make the full amount at once instead of reusing the teabag.
  • Brew  with 100℃ boiling water for 5 to 6 minutes for better extraction of the herbs
  • After cooling, you can put in the refrigerator and enjoy as a cold drink   
  • It’s recommended to drink the tea one or two hour before breastfeeding for the best result, but you can drink it anytime as it is soothing and decaffeinated. 
  • Though dependent on the individual, to see the optimum results, it is recommended to continue drinking for at least 2 weeks 
  • Store in a dark and cool place away from direct sunlight. Storing in the refrigerator is recommended. It is vulnerable to humidity, and flowers tend to fade due to direct sunlight.

 

About Whitetree:

Whitetree Herbal Blends use premium-quality herbs sourced directly from sustainable and organic farms across the world. All of Whitetree’s herbs were grown free of synthetic chemicals and using ethical farming methods. The result is herbs with the freshest aroma and a healthy vibrant glow like no other herbs. Each bag of Whitetree Herbal Tea is measured, blended and poured by hand, ensuring each cup is just right.

Tackling the taboo:

Breast milk is recommended for a number of reasons, it is nutritious, economic and it strengthens the bond between mother and baby. However, the challenges you hear that come with breastfeeding is true and it requires a lot of effort and patience by mothers. 

Every mother experiences breastfeeding differently from the first day, there is not one perfect way and sometimes it might not be instantaneous. It might take a few days, a couple of months or over six months for your body to produce milk and some mothers may experience a lot of issues such as mastitis (blocked ducts), cracked nipples, painful let downs or even low supplies. 

Hang in there Mama, you are in for the journey and remember that “fed is best”. Listen to your body, give yourself a break and indulge in self-care with your favourite things whether it’s tea, chocolate or a massage.