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    Default Breastfeeding Tea

    Hi Everyone!

    I was wondering if anyone has used a tea called "Mothers Milk Tea" or Fennel Tea to boost supply.

    I have some Fennel tea and have just started drinking it. pretty yummy!

    Would anyone know where I could get Mothers Milk Tea in Brisbane? I have looked at heaps of health food shops and can't find it.

    Thanks!

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    I'm not sure what it is, but sounds like the sort if thing you could order online?

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    Try nursing angel website, they have herbs, teas etc xx

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    A friend of mine who is a doula sells breastfeeding tea among other things. Her website is: http://melbournedoula.blogspot.com/2...-boutique.html It has a range of herbs in it for boosting supply. Hope that helps.

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    I used it and its good i found it at safeway and target

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    This term is new to me. I learned breast feeding tea from your post for the first time and became curious to know more about this. However, I got some idea already from this post. Thanks

    Ceylon Tea

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    i also use melbbourne doula's tea

    i just got some nursing naturally tea (to sell) but havent tried it yet

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    What does fennel tea actually taste like.. ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy the Hippo View Post
    What does fennel tea actually taste like.. ?
    Pretty good!!! I'm not BFing now and still drink it!!


 

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