Mammal Mama Milk Booster with certified organic herbs, is the product you need to quickly increase milk production if your animals experience decreased lactation. Milk Booster has the potency of an alcohol extract and the palatability of a glycerin-based product. Most glycerin-based products use glycerin and water as the extractives, which result in fewer active constituents in the product. The herbs in Mammal Mama Milk Booster are extracted in ethyl alcohol and deionized water to produce the highest quality extract. The alcohol is slowly steamed off and then replaced with naturally sweet tasting vegetable glycerin.
Advantages of a liquid herbal extract
- Quality: no heat is necessary. Herb quality is lost with heat processing and in dried herb powdered herbs.
- Potency: maximum potency with smaller amounts than dried herbs, which take larger amounts to achieve adequate dosage.
- Absorbability: herbal constituents are quickly carried into the body so they usually work faster and more effectively.
- Shelf Life: liquid herbal extracts maintain their quality for several years if kept out of sunlight and extreme heat. No refrigeration is necessary.
Grows 2-3 feet tall with branching stems and oval, opposite leaves. The long flower stalk produces many light purple to pink flowers similar to those in the pea family. The leaves stimulate development of mammary glands, and it is one of the most potent herbs known to increase animal milk production. It also increases sweating to bring down a fever. In large doses, goat’s rue can lower blood sugar levels, making it useful for diabetics who are not on insulin, or have an effect on the amount of insulin needed.
An annual legume that grows 12-18" high with branched, trifoliate leaves. It produces "pea pods" that contain yellow-brown seeds. These seeds are mucilaginous when cooked and smell like maple syrup. Fenugreek seed is used to flavor imitation maple syrup and a popular spice in East Indian cooking. Externally, it can be used as a poultice on wounds and sores. Drinking tea made with the seeds aids digestion, and gargling with the tea relieves a sore throat. Fenugreek seeds are also well known for increasing milk production in lactating animals and humans. Not for use during pregnancy; large quantities of this herb can reduce blood sugar levels.
Blessed Thistle Leaf
Fuzzy leaves and stems with yellow flowers. It is a "bitter" that aids digestion and liver support. Blessed Thistle increases milk production and is an emotional ally to uplift spirits. Not for use during pregnancy.
Licorice flavored, feathery, aromatic herb. It grows to several feet with umbels of small, yellow flowers that look very similar to a dill plant. This digestive herb relieves heartburn, gas, colic, and an upset stomach. The seeds can be chewed to sweeten breath and help a toothache, and as a gargle will relieve a sore throat. Fennel also increases milk supply.
Dark green serrated leaves and short hairs that cause burning and blistering when touched. It grows in moist soil usually near streams and ditches. Even though it may sting when gathered without gloves, it is an excellent spring green in teas and meals, but don't eat it uncooked. It makes a wonderful substitute for spinach in any dish and an excellent lasagna filling. Nettle is an herb worth using on a regular basis. This spring tonic is loaded with nutrition and strengthens many body systems. A rich source of iron, calcium and folic acid, nettle also supports the kidney and adrenals. It helps clear up anemia, skin problems, and increases and enriches milk in lactating animals.
This easy to use concentrated liquid herbal extract is sold in unbreakable, recyclable plastic bottles for safe use with outdoor animals and is manufactured in an FDA registered and GMP certified facility.
Available in 2 oz and 4 oz liquid
Country of Origin: USA
Manufacturer: Mammal Mama
Ingredients – Goats rue leaf, Fenugreek seed, Blessed thistle leaf, Fennel seed, Nettle leaf, vegetable glycerine, deionized water
2 drops per 10 lbs. twice daily
- Milk Booster is easily administered by drops, determined by the weight of the animal, fed directly into the mouth.
- The herbs in Mammal Mama’s Milk Booster have been given safely and effectively to lactating animals, but please observe your animal for any adverse effect.
- You may increase the dose if you do not see desired results within 48 hours.