Organic Fenugreek contains phytoestrogens, which are plant chemicals similar to the female sex hormone estrogen. A key compound, diosgenin, has been shown experimentally to increase milk flow; Natural Milk Flow. Not only do they assist with breastfeeding, they contains multiple other health benefits. Fenugreek seeds contain alkaloids (mainly trigonelline) and protein high in lysine and L-tryptophan. Its steroidal saponins (diosgenin, yamogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogenin) and mucilaginous fiber are thought to account for many of the beneficial effects of fenugreek.
Main ingredient in Mother’s Milk
A no caffeine herbal blend, that is primarily used to help increase breast milk production for nursing mothering. The primary lactating ingredient is Fenugreek, which contained active components such as diosgenin, trigonelline, 4-hydroxyisoleucine, and galactomannan. Mother’s Milk is also known as Lactation tea, Breast Milk tea, Milkmaid tea, Mothers Milk, or Nursing Support herbal blend. This Herbal Blend is made with all organic ingredients and GMO Free love.
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“The scientific data have been summarized for potential health benefits like management of blood glucose in type 2 diabetics, cholesterol-lowering effect, effect on growth hormone leading to modulation of metabolic syndrome, anti-inflammatory and anticancer effects, enhancement of milk production in new mothers, increase in male libido, safety, and toxicity.” Source: Nutraceuticals, Chapter 44 – Fenugreek: Multiple Health Benefits
“Fenugreek has been used in a number of geographical regions worldwide as a galactogogue to increase milk supply and is included in numerous proprietary mixtures promoted to increase milk supply.” Source: Fenugreek
“Diosgenin, 4-hydroxyisoleucine, and the fiber component of the plant are the most intensively studied bioactive constituents present in fenugreek. These compounds have been demonstrated to exert beneficial effects on several physiologic markers including glucose tolerance, inflammation, insulin action, liver function, blood lipids, and cardiovascular health.” Source: Diosgenin, 4-Hydroxyisoleucine, and Fiber from Fenugreek: Mechanisms of Actions and Potential Effects on Metabolic Syndrome1,2
“Numerous compounds including trans-anethole, estragole, fenchone, sesquiterpenoids, coumarins and polyphenolics were isolated from this plant, most of which exhibited significant bioactivities. The fennel has potential
beneficial therapeutic actions in the management of bacterial and fungal infections and colic pain. Both the fruit and whole plant of this plant might be the source of chemical and biological materials in future.” Source: Potential health benefits of major seed spices
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