Breastfeeding Bliss Tea

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I gave some of this tea to some of my birth clients before I had my fourth baby, Rory. One of my clients served it to me during a post-natal visit. I remember thinking, "Yum, this is good tea!" before I realised it was my own blend!

Since having Rory (in December 2010), I've drunk litres of it and it is indeed delicious.

If you are keen on the aniseed-y taste of fennel, caraway and blessed thistle, you'll love this. It is nutritionally rich and contains superb galactogogues to help boost and maintain a bountiful supply for your little nursling.

You can make up your tea in the morning and drink it whenever throughout the day.

Place a "finger-ful" of herbs (about 1-2 tbsp) in a glass jug, bowl or even a jar, or a ceramic pot.

Pour on hot water, cover, and let it steep for about 10 minutes.

Now you have your basic herbal liquid ready.

In a mug, dissolve a little bit of Manuka honey if you wish, then strain as much of the tea as you want - all tea if you like it strong, or top up with hot water if you like it subtle.

Add a twist of lemon or lime if you wish - or enjoy as is to appreciate the flavours.

It doesn't matter whether you drink your tea hot, room temperature or chilled.

I suggest drinking 3-4 cups throughout the day, but you can certainly drink more if you wish.

The Breastfeeding Bliss Tea contains:

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) - boost milk production, nourishes nutritionally and eases colic in babies via the mother's milk

Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) - a richly nutritious well known galactogogue

Caraway (Carum carvi) - an aromatic herb (seed) known to increase milk supply

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) - anothe galactogogue which stimulates the milk ejection reflex (the let down) and also provides anti-colic benefits for the baby through the mother's milk

Goat's Rue (Galega officinalis) - an effective galactogogue which stimulates the mammary glands. 

Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) - makes milk sweeter and increases the fat content of milk

Nettle (Urtica dioica) - a nourishing herb, rich in iron, calcium and Vitamin K and also an effective galactogogue

Vervain (Verbena officinalis) - a calming herb which nourishes the nervous system and enhances milk supply


Reviews

  1. Loved it! Plenty of milk.
    By on November 27, 2018

    Having low supply for my first baby , I wanted to be prepared this time for my second baby. I drank this tea whilst pregnant and after the birth - and have plenty of milk. So happy and the tea has a lovely taste also. I have tried a few other products the delivery was fast and any questions I needed answered were responded to quickly. Definitely recommend these nurturing herbs! Thank you.

  2. Breastfeeding Bliss Tea
    By on June 28, 2018

    I have used a few different breastfeeding teas to help boost my milk supply, but this one has worked the best! It has a beautiful flavour and I look forward to drinking this nourishing blend. I make up a brew at the beginning of the day and store it in my flask/drink bottle to keep it warm - it’s so good to sip on throughout the day! I notice a significant difference in my supply when drinking it and let downs seem to be more frequent. I would definitely recommend this yummy tea to anyone breastfeeding. Thank you Julie x

  3. Brilliant
    By on May 12, 2018

    This is so brilliant to have tastes great and my supply is amazing! Love all of Julie's things, they all are amazing

  4. Brilliant!
    By on March 6, 2018

    I would brew a big batch of this the up in the morning and drink it throughout the day! I certainly noticed the difference in my milk production when I did this. I found it particularly important from day 3 until Week 5 when I was having to express to feed due to tongue/lip and cheek ties as it helped to keep my supply up until they were released. Another fantastic product that aided in our pregnancy/birth/post experience <3

  5. Every breastfeeding mum needs this!
    By on March 2, 2018

    I gave birth to a prem bub with jaundice and was told to breastfeed and express as much as I could to flush it out of him otherwise he'd go onto formula and have to stay in the hospital. I credit this tea for the amount of milk I have been able to produce. I was expressing so much colostrum and then milk, even the midwives were impressed! As a result we flushed it out and he was able to come home with us. So thank you for this wonderful tea!

  6. Breastfeeding Bliss
    By on February 20, 2018

    I have enjoyed my nightly ritual after our baby goes to bed, making and drinking Julie's Breastfeeding Bliss with some added stevia. I have been breastfeeding now for 2.5 years and truly love the blend of beneficial herbs.


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