Blessed Thistle Tincture
Many customers ask if they need to avoid alcohol-based tinctures during pregnancy or while nursing. The answer is no; tinctures contain a very small amount of alcohol, similar to that found in a ripe banana, and are safe to consume while pregnant or nursing (if the herbs themselves are approved for that use). Some people choose alcohol-free alternatives for personal, dietary, or religious reasons. Always give babies and children the non-alcohol version if possible. See Herb Lore's website for more information.
Helps to increase breastmilk production. Blessed Thistle is a "bitter" herb which means its beneficial for the digestive system as well. This herb tends to work well for women who don't get the expected results with Fenugreek. Note: not for use during pregnancy.
Organic Blessed Thistle Leaf. The regular tincture is extracted in organic grape alcohol and the non-alcohol version is extracted in organic vegetable glycerine and distilled water. All Herb Lore tinctures are non-GMO and gluten-free.
Use 1-2 droppersful 3 times a day or as needed. You may adjust the dose up or down if you find its causing you to make too much milk (use less) or not enough (use more).