Let There Be Milk! Breastfeeding Tincture boosts breastmilk supply quickly and safely!
Suggested use for lactation support: Take 20-40 drops 3-5 times daily with food and water or your favorite beverage. This is an alcohol based tincture and it has a strong taste because it is concentrated (that is why it is so effective). Please DO NOT take it directly in your mouth without water. Always take herbal tinctures with food and water and never on an empty stomach.
Not intended for pregnancy.
Proprietary Blend: Organic Blessed Thistle Herb, Organic Goat’s Rue Herb, Organic Fenugreek Seed, Organic Marshmallow Root, Organic Red Raspberry Leaf, Deionized Water and Grain Alcohol.
Serving size: 1 ml (20-40 drops)
Servings per container: 30
1 Ounce / 30 mL
Daily Value: 460mg/ml
Herb Strength Ratio: 1:2.2
Also available in a larger 2-ounce size.
Let There Be Milk! does not contain any milk, dairy, soy, egg, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, or gluten.
How To Take An Herbal Tincture
There are a few ways you can take your tincture. One way is to have a small glass with an ounce or two of water, tea, or juice. Add 1 full dropper (1 ml or 20 drops) of your tincture to your glass and drink it down with one or two swallows.
Another way, is to take a drink of a pleasant tasting drink and hold some of the liquid under your tongue, drop the tincture under your tongue into the liquid, hold it as long as you can, so that it can absorb sublingually. After you swallow it down you can chase it with a nice cleansing drink or two.
What you DO NOT want to do is to just drop the herbs directly under your tongue or on the back of your throat. The alcohol in the tincture can burn your tissues and may interfere with your enjoyment of taking the herbs, you might not take it as regularly as you should to get the maximum benefit if it’s hard for you to swallow.
Produced at Birth Song Botanicals, 862 N. Cato Springs Rd., Fayetteville, AR 72701
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Herbs and herbal medicine have been used effectively for centuries, all over the world. However, herbs are not regulated by the FDA. Consult a trusted health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions or are taking any medications.