The Breastfeeding Tea Co. Lactation Tea | 20 Tea Bags

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  • The Breastfeeding Tea Co. Lactation Tea | 20 Tea Bags  by  available at SuperPharmacy Plus
  • The Breastfeeding Tea Co. Lactation Tea | 20 Tea Bags  by  available at SuperPharmacy Plus
  • The Breastfeeding Tea Co. Lactation Tea | 20 Tea Bags  by  available at SuperPharmacy Plus


An herbal tea containing 4 "lactogenic" ingredients to support your breastmilk supply.

This Lactation Tea has a floral flavour with notes of hibiscus, rose and rosehip.

Can be used in alone or in conjunction with any Lactation food products or over the counter medicines.


  • Natural and Organic ingredients
  • Fenugreek Free
  • Colic Friendly
  • Caffeine-free
  • Hydrating
  • Hand blended
  • Australian Owned and Made
  • Naturally FREE FROM gluten, soy and diary, and sugar. 
  • Naturopath Formulated
  • Recyclable and compostable packaging (tea bags option)
  • The tea bags are plastic free, GMO-Free, all-natural and fully biodegradable. There are no chemicals used in the manufacture of the material.


Goats Rue, Blessed Thistle, Nettle , Vervain, Lemongrass, Hibiscus, Rose and Rosehip

Goats Rue – Traditionally Goats Rue was considered to be a potent galactagogue (increases milk production) and Goats Rue has a long history of use for this purpose. It has been shown to increase milk output by up to 50% in some cases (Hoffman, The New Holistic Herbal).

Blessed Thistle - Traditionally Blessed or Holy Thistle was seen as a cure-all for anything – it was highly valued. Today, Blessed Thistle is primarily used for lactating mothers to improve milk supply and is considered to be one of the best herbs to do this. Its other properties include a long history of use for gas, constipation and stomach pain and in a 2015 study, as a member of the Asteraceae family of plants, it was found to also possess some anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. 

Nettle – Traditionally used as a galactagogue for nursing mothers, Nettle also has a strengthening and supporting role in the body. It does contain some iron and is often used by herbalists as a tonic herb to both nourish and balance energy after childbirth. It combines well with Goats Rue and Blessed Thistle to promote the flow of breast milk for lactating mothers.

Vervain – A nervous system tonic that supports milk flow, it also strengthens the nervous system and at the same time relaxes tension. It has properties that help the digestive system when you’re stressed or under pressure. The gut is very affected by stress or depression, making Vervain a perfect herb to choose 

Lemongrass - Supports milk flow and digestion. It also promotes lymph flow (very important in the removal of wastes and toxins) is anti-inflammatory and calming. 

Hibiscus - contains vitamin C, minerals and anthocyanins (antioxidants), and has been shown to help reduce inflammation and stress. 

Rose - Helps anxiety (calming), skin conditions and great for viral infections. Its calming properties work well in this formula. 

Rosehip - Essentially a calming tonic rich in vitamins and antioxidants. It is an excellent spleen/stomach and adrenal tonic – organs which tend to be affected by childbirth, lack of sleep and breastfeeding.

(Note this tea does not contain fenugreek)

Usage Directions:

Drink 1 cup a day for a mild effect, up to 3 cups a day for full effect. Can be drunk hot or chilled after brewing. 

Suitable for mum to drink from birth

Lactation products are suggested to be consumed after feeding/ pumping when breast is empty to help replenish and increase supply. But can also be enjoyed any time of the day to maintain supply.


Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight and heat.


Always read the label. Use only as directed.

If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.

Mothers should seek advice from a doctor or professional lactation consultant for any medical advice regarding their baby’s health, wellbeing, or attachment.

This product is an herbal tea. If you are pregnant, nursing and have any concerns please consult your health care practitioner before taking this tea.

Do not drink hot tea over top of your baby while in the act of breastfeeding to avoid burns – it is recommended consuming before feeding.

These breastfeeding teas has been designed by a naturopath specifically to help support milk supply in breastfeeding mothers. Some of these amazing herbs are not recommended in pregnancy. It is advised not to drink the tea until the birth of your baby.

Do not give tea directly to your baby.

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