December 22, 2016 @ 7:02 PM


Women go through many different stages in life. Perhaps motherhood the most important one, and without a doubt one of the most fulfilling experiences a woman can have. From the time of conception, to pregnancy carrying for 9 months a baby in her womb. I think every single mother could confidently say that one, if not the most empowering experiences a woman can have is childbirth. Women are a sacred vessel to bring life forth, and the bond between a mother and her children is like any other. All those moments, from pregnancy, to childbirth to breastfeeding and beyond, are memories held in our minds and hearts forever. 


This is the reason why I'm very excited to introduce a ......

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December 21, 2016 @ 6:53 PM

Why is it that nursing mothers are given such a hard time when they are breastfeeding their babies outside their homes? Are they doing something illegal? Criminal? Indecent? Violent? Isn't what they are doing the most normal (and beautiful) thing in the world? Feeding their babies. Giving them the BEST nutrition and start in life. 


Breastmilk is nature's intended food for babies. Not just for nutritional reasons but because it is the best immunity to protect them against sickness and to build a strong immune system. 


It is best for babies, it is best for mom and it's best for society! 


So why then does a mother have to face such opposition from society? In all honesty the answer is .........

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January 2, 2015 @ 11:43 PM

A basic breastfeeding misconception is that sucking on the nipple is how the baby gets the milk from the breast, much like drinking from a straw would draw milk out of a glass, but that is not how the breast works. The breast is not a simple container ready to be drained of its contents through a straw. Although negative pressure is created in the baby’s mouth and applied to the breast tissue in order to draw out milk, that is where the similarity ends. 

Sucking and compression of the nipple does not produce the milk; rather, the milk is produced in the breast tissue, where it must be subsequently drawn into the ducts within the breast and then conveyed through the nipple. At work in the breast are tiny muscle.........

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June 11, 2014 @ 10:32 PM

I love Rihanna music and have nothing against this girl. This post is NOT about trashing Rihanna or against what she decided to wear at an event. She is a beautiful girl and as far as I concern can wear what pleases her. BUT been pro breastfeeding and a lactation consultant having work in the field for over 14 years, this is right on point and will use it to make a statement! Because society critique and tell breastfeeding mommies to cover themselves, there MUST BE something wrong with seeing a breast. Forget that it's doing what is simply natural, which is nursing and nurturing a baby. However, the other is ok and displayed proudly on the media? YUP! Something is seriously wrong with society. I said it!

And how about the recent ...

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April 2, 2014 @ 8:47 PM


Babies nurse at a point in their mouths called an S-spot, which is between the hard and soft palates. If you stick your tongue up to the roof of your mouth, you will feel that it is hard; this is the hard palate. Now, pull your tongue back to where it begins to feel soft; this is the beginning of the soft palate. It is at this spot, between the hard and soft palates, that the baby needs pull in the breast tissue, way back towards its throat.

The RAM (rapid arm movement) technique allows for proper placement of the nipple deep within the baby’s mouth. The mother brings the baby onto the breast very quickly, so the baby does not have sufficient time to stop and latch onto only part of the nipple. ...

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February 26, 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Right after the birth of their babies and for the first few days, even weeks, many mothers are concerned about not having enough milk. But what most women don't know is that the likelihood that a woman will be physically unable to produce sufficient milk for her baby is actually low. 

But we wonder why are so many women out there that believe or worry about not producing enough breast milk?

In our current society, we have lost the Art of Breastfeeding. Many mothers have grown up in families where they are the first women in generations to breastfeed. These mothers don't have a role model to look up to, so they do the best they can with the information and support available to them. Now the real problem as I see it, is ...

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February 12, 2014 @ 7:43 PM


Drinking 100% Certified organic herbal teas to increase and support your breast milk, will avoid passing into your baby unnecessary artificial herbicides, pesticides and other unhealthy toxic additives.

We believe in the importance of nurturing you and your baby in the most healthy way possible. That's the reason why all the herbs used in Sacred Tea for Nursing Mothers have been carefully selected and are 100% Certified Organic.
What is organic?

Organic refers to the way agricultural products—food and fiber—are grown and processed. Organic food production is based on a system of farming that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the...

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February 10, 2014 @ 8:21 PM

Breastmilk have so many benefits for Mom and baby. But it goes beyond that, as it is a wonderful healer as well and can be used to treat many conditions, here are some samples.

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February 10, 2014 @ 5:24 PM

Amazing 100% Natural product to help breastfeeding mothers increase their milk supply. Here are some of the reasons why choose Sacred Tea For Nursing Mothers.

Made with 100% certified organic ingredients, but why choose organic?

Simply. because as we know, breastfed is the best gift of health we could give to our babies. Your breast milk is nutritionally the perfect food to support your baby's healthy growth and development. Therefore everything you put into your body will go to your baby. Drinking 100% Certified organic herbal teas to increase and support your breast milk, will avoid passing into your baby unnecessary artificial herbicides, pesticides and other unhealthy toxic additives. We believe in the importance of nurturing ...

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January 30, 2014 @ 2:43 PM

Our product Sacred Tea For Nursing Mothers, just got awarded BEST product for nursing Mothers 2014! In Singapore, by Parents World.

Big shout out to my regional Distributor in Asia, Shirley Yan, owner of Baby N Me, for all her hard work in promoting so successfully Sacred Tea in the Asian marketplace. 4 years of successful loyal partnership, and counting!

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Warning: Sacred Tea for Nursing Mothers, is a dietary supplement designed to support normal breast function and is not  formulated for pregnant women. If you are  expecting a  baby,  wait  until the  baby  is born to  purchase and try this product. If you suffer from Lupus or Diabetes, please consult with your doctor, before taking this product. Fenugreek is an herb that may lower blood sugar levels and so if a person is diabetic, this can be something  that they must take into consideration. Alfalfa has been known to aggravate lupus.  

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.   * The ingredients used in this herbal formula, may help nursing mothers to support their breast milk supply. However,  to support breast milk supply, it is very important to understand that you MUST  nurse  your baby on demand, making sure,  you are positioning the baby on the breast correctly. You must follow a healthy diet, drink plenty of fresh water,  get plenty of rest, manage your stress levels and be patient. Breastfeeding is a learning experience for mom and baby. To guarantee a successful breastfeeding experience, it is recommended for you to exclusively breastfeed your baby on demand for the first few weeks, righ after birth. Joinning a La Leche League group near you is highly recommended.


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