How to Make Mother's Milk Tea


Breastfeeding delivers the best nutrition to your newborn baby. Unfortunately, many women have problems with milk supply and search for ways to increase it. Mother's Milk Tea, made by Traditional Medicinals, combines a variety of herbs to increase a nursing mother's milk supply. However, there is a special way to make this tea. You do not make it like a regular cup of tea, and many new moms do not realize this. Follow these instructions and drink a cup of Mother's Milk Tea at least three times per day in order to increase your milk supply.

Things You'll Need

  • 8 ounces of boiling water
  • a cup
  • something to cover the cup
  • a Mother's Milk Tea teabag
  • one teaspoon of sugar or sweetener (optional)
  • spoon

The Best Way to Make Mother's Milk Tea to Increase Breast Milk Supply

Place the Mother's Milk Tea teabag in your cup.

Add sugar or sweetener if desired.

Pour boiling water over teabag and sugar.

Immediately cover.

Let stand covered for ten minutes.

After ten minutes, uncover and pull teabag from cup.

Squeeze teabag into cup, then discard teabag.

Stir with spoon.

Drink tea quickly.

Repeat at least twice more throughout the day.

Tips & Warnings

  • Drink tea faster than you would drink a "normal" cup of tea.
  • Best results come from drinking tea three to five times per day.
  • It is best if you drink this tea hot, but warm will do as well.
  • Not everyone likes the taste of Mother's Milk, so be forewarned that it is an acquired taste.
  • Do not steep less than ten minutes.
  • Do not drink this tea cold.

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