Composition: goat's rue, nettle leaves, wild dill, star anise, basil, common verbena, etc.
Curative properties: This tea contains medicinal plants whose active ingredients stimulate the formation and secretion of milk in breastfeeding women. The herb contains the alkaloid galegine, glucokina, glycoside, and helps increase the activity of the mammary glands. It is recommended as a lactagogue, for mothers with children who do not have enough milk. The nettle leaf promotes the formation and secretion of milk from the content of glucokina, phytoncides, chlorophyll, carotene, vitamins B2, A, C and K, potassium salt, silicon, etc. necessary for the organism of the mother and the child. Wild fennel, star anise seeds and meadow cumin act on the mammary glands, affecting the increase in the amount of milk in nursing mothers.
Preparation: Pour a tablespoon of the mixture into a cup of boiling water, just removed from the heat, cover with a lid and leave for ten minutes. Strain and drink sweetened (recommended with honey). Drink two to three times a day as needed.