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Breastfeeding & Herbal Safety Mini- Course

In this mini-course I cover:

  • Concern about side effects or contraindications from herbal remedies
  • Figuring out what dose to take
  • Wondering if herbs will affect your milk supply or fertility
  • Determining if herbs are safe for you and your baby
  • How to decide on brands and purity
  • Understanding how breastmilk is made and what passes on to your baby

Here's what you'll get:

  • A printable quick guide
  • 1 in-depth video lesson

About me:

Hi! I'm Mariana the creator of Mamashine and your coach through this course. I'm a mother of one and I went through several postpartum health issues including postpartum exhaustion, postpartum hemorrhage, postpartum depression, and anxiety, and recovered using natural medicines. I'm also a licensed herbalist in Traditional Chinese Medicine. I am not a lactation consultant or lactation expert. This course is a compilation of my personal research and is not to be used as medical advice. It is for information purposes only.


*If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, contact your healthcare provider promptly. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements available on Mamashine.net have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.