Calling all Pregnant and Breastfeeding Mamas!

If growing plants or sprouting sprouts that support breastmilk production would be helpful for you...

This sweet book may be just what you need.

A Mother's Garden of Galactagogues, (written during months of lockdown), teaches how to grow veggies, herbs, and many other edible plants that strongly promote and support milk production.


May 17 - 18, 3 Kindle EBooks for Free on

Mother Food , Healing Breastfeeding Grief, A Mother's Garden of Galactagogues.
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The Mother Food Books Series

A Nutritional Guide for the Postpartum

How you eat each day can help build and support your milk supply, while improving your own and your baby’s best health and wellbeing

Emotional Healing

For mothers struggling with breastfeeding challenges or who are mourning the loss of breastfeeding, this book helps you understand and work through the complex and sometimes overwhelming emotions you may be feeling.

 Grow Lactogenic Foods and Herbs

Both indoors and outdoors, in large and small spaces, you can grow galactagogues and use them for milk production and best family health. 

With my books and online courses, I teach heart-to-heart connection, preventing infant colic, and launching your optimal milk supply using traditional milk-boosting herbs and foods.

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Fennel – the seeds, leaves, stalks and bulb are highly milk boosting. Fennel seed tea has been used to support milk production for thousands of years, but the entire plant contains similar substances that make it amazingly supportive. 

Fennel is delicious raw, sliced thinly in salad for instance, or simmered or steamed and eaten as a vegetable dish.

If you leave the root in the ground after harvesting the bulb, stalks, leaves and seeds, new fennel bulbs will grow around the root each season – more and more, year for year. Almost effortlessly, you can grow galactagogues.

See my book: A Mother’s Garden of Galactagogues to start growing.