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When should I take Lactation Support capsules?

Take 1-2 capsules. Capsules can be taken with food. Take additional capsules throughout the day as needed. Do not exceed 5 capsules a day. Do not consume while pregnant.

Can I take this along with Mommy's Bliss Hydration Lactation Drink Tablets?

Mommy’s Bliss Lactation Support Capsules with Milk Thistle & Lecithin and Lactation Hydration drink tablets are safe to take together when used as directed. Each product offers different galactagogues, which are the ingredients that help support milk supply (Milk Thistle, Sunflower Lecithin, Shatavari, Fennel Seed). However, we always recommend consulting with your primary care doctor or Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC).

What are the benefits of taking a lactation supplement?

Our Postnatal Lactation Support Capsules may help address common breastfeeding challenges related to milk production by providing natural ingredients known to support milk supply with milk thistle & shatavari as well as milk flow with sunflower lecithin*.

What are lactation supplements made from?

Our Postnatal Lactation Support includes a proprietary blend of Sunflower Lecithin, Milk Thistle and Shatavari to support mom’s milk supply and milk flow*. These are Fenugreek-free with no added flavors or colors and no dairy or soy.

How long does it take for lactation supplements to work?

Everyone’s body responds a little differently to dietary supplements and galactagogues. We recommend sticking with one lactation support supplement for a few weeks. After 2 weeks of trying our lactation support, let us know what you think and how it worked for you.

What is the difference between milk flow and milk production?

Both milk flow and milk production are controlled by hormones within mom’s body. Milk production is controlled by the hormone prolactin and begins in the early stages of pregnancy. Milk flow is controlled by the hormone oxytocin which causes muscle contractions that help push the milk through milk ducts which is triggered when baby suckles.

What is the issue with fenugreek? Why is this fenugreek-free?

Fenugreek is a galactagogue commonly used in the US by lactating mothers to support the increase in flow of breastmilk. A galactagogue is a food, herb or supplement that may support milk production . While Fenugreek is one of the most well-known and used galactagogue in the US, there are some women who have experienced undesirable side effects. Fenugreek is a legume plant, so those with sensitivities to legumes, may experience a reaction when taking lactation support products that include Fenugreek. That is why we felt it important to provide another option of lactation support to be inclusive to all lactating moms.