Moringa Oleifera – Natures own Galactagogue!
Moringa Oleifera contains valuable source of nutrients for breastfeeding mothers, and is traditionally known to help support the production of breastmilk. The iron, protein, various vitamins and all 9 essential amino acids present in Moringa leaves make them an ideal nutritional supplement for people of all ages too. Moringa is rich in many vitamins, particularly in vitamin C, provitamin A (beta-carotene) Vitamins B1 and E. these abundant vitamins in Moringa exceed those commonly found in most other plants.
Many of the vitamins in Moringa have powerful antioxidant and anti-aging properties.
A healthful diet, including plenty of fruits and vegetables is the best and safest source of vitamins to stay healthy!
Contains 100% Premium Organic Moringa leaf powder only:
* Certified USDA organic
* sourced from Moringa trees which are organically grown without harmful pesticides or chemical fertilisers
* Capsules are 100% vegetarian
* Produced in a GMP and ISO 9001:2008 certified facility
* Free from harsh chemical processes
NOTES FROM MLO: Moringa has been known traditionally to enhance milk production. Recently, it has also received much publicity on the various health benefits it offers. However, to have a healthy breast milk supply, it is very important to understand that you MUST have the basics of breastfeeding right. eg. Nurse your baby on demand, making sure, you are positioning the baby on the breast correctly, follow a healthy diet, keep yourself hydrated, get plenty of rest, manage your stress levels and be patient. Breastfeeding is a learnt skill for both mom and baby. You get better with practice. To guarantee a successful breastfeeding experience, it is recommended for you to exclusively breastfeed your baby on demand for the first few weeks, right after birth. Joining a support group near you is highly recommended. You may call us should you need further advice. Remember that there is no such thing as a “quick fix” to a problem. Do not lose sight of the fact that you should get your basics right first, then work on overcoming the challenges.