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Jellybean902:I actually just asked something similar earlier today on a FB moms group I belong to and the general consensus was to not drink milk production herbs until I notice a low supply, otherwise, it could cause an oversupply which has its own set of problems and issues. But if you do want to invest in teas, I know that alfalfa, nettle, RRL, and milk thistle are all supportive of milk production....
notaffected1:Isn't Fenegreek or however it's spelled supposed to help with milk production?
Fenugreek - I took that too! It did help but that is a pill and it smells kind of funny and makes your pee smell like maple syrup
eaglesfan700:I used Mother's Milk organic tea when I had an issue with my DS. I liked it
This-I didn't really have any supply issues but I figured this tea couldn't hurt, plus it was kind of nice to relax with a cup of tea in the evening so it became a little relaxing evening ritual to take 10-15 mins for myself (which probably also helped milk production, just by chilling out and relaxing!).