A unique complex of food-grown nutrients and botanicals to support milk supply and quality for breast-feeding women.
Providing vitamin B12 which contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system and normal psychological function and iron, selenium and zinc which contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue as well as the health of skin, hair and nails.
Stinging nettle (or Urtica dioica) and fenugreek have been used for centuries as galactagogue herbs (breast milk enhancers) to improve milk supply and quality for lactating women. Their natural supply of iron and other minerals means that they are also used as a nutritiously rich plant to nourish the new mother after birth.
This unique complex also provides lutein, the primary carotenoid found within breast milk to support the development of the brain and eyes during infancy. Supply in breast milk is dependent on a mother`s intake during pregnancy and breast-feeding and recent research has shown that supplementation with lutein during breast-feeding can enhance supply to the breast-fed baby.