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High Milk Supply Must Haves for all Breast Feeding Mamas

Best Supplements to Increase Milk Supply

As our second daughters due date is closely approaching, I am stocking up on items I have used in the past that I know will help me maintain a healthy milk supply. I had a few instances of low supply with Emmy and found a lot of success with a few of the MANY products I tried.  Here’s a list of the high milk supply must-haves I would recommend to ANY and ALL breastfeeding mama.

Let There Be Milk

If you only wanted to buy one supplement for your breastfeeding journey, this would be the one I would recommend. Its jam-packed with just about every nutrient you need to be a milk makin’ machine. On days when I really needed a boost, I would do three full droplets. Once I got my supply up (usually about 48 hours later), I would maintain with just one droplet full. As I have mentioned in other posts, the taste of this wonderful concoction is less than appealing. Be sure to have some juice or water close by to wash it down with. You can find it here on Amazon. I have seen time and time again when I go to re-order that this product is sold out. I’m not surprised because it works so well. The only other product I have seen that has similar ingredients and has reviews of high effectiveness is Mothers Love More Milk. They have a few more options but just be sure you buy the one containing goats rue.

High Milk Supply Must Haves for Every Breast Feeding Mama

Fenugreek to Increase Milk Supply

Fenugreek is one of the lowest-cost supplements you can buy to help increase your milk supply. I ordered this bottle of Fenugreek for $10 for 180 capsules but there are brands that are must more inexpensive. Fenugreek is a natural herb that increases your prolactin levels. Taking it daily can help maintain a healthy supply and most mothers report seeing an increase in their milk supply within 72 hours of taking it. P.S.- it may make you smell like maple syrup 🙂

Nursing Tea to Increase and Maintain Milk Supply

Nursing tea quickly became part of my morning routine with Emmy and I don’t doubt for a second it will be back for baby #2.  I add  a little spoonful of honey and it actually is pretty tasty. I have tried two brands that I would highly recommend. Pink Stork’s Liquid Gold and Traditional Medicinals Mother’s Milk.  They taste just about the same and produce boosting results.

Mothers Milk tea- a must have to keep your milk supply high

Oatmeal to Help Increase and Maintain Milk Supply

I have been purposely avoiding oatmeal throughout my pregnancy because I know I will be eating my fair share of it when baby #2 arrives. It was the first thing I ate when I got home from the hospital with Emmy and I ate it every day for breakfast for her first 6 months of life. As I grew tired of the same old recipe, I began making this sweet oatmeal concoction instead. It really does work wonders so even if you don’t prefer it the old-fashioned way, find some way to work it into your diet every day or two.

Flax Seed and Brewers Yeast

Just about every lactation smoothie out there calls for these two ingredients, as does our recipe for a quick results lactation smoothie. You never know when you may have a sweet tooth when working on your milk supply so keep these two ingredients handy!

If you are looking for an easy way to combine a good amount of these ingredients, I would recommend this pre-made cookie mix! It has the perfect amount of all you need in it! Find it here. 

Lactation Cookie Mix- Pre-made with brewers yeast, flaxseed, oats and more!

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