St. Francis Herb Farm - Fenugreek - Blessed Thistle (5:1 Extract), 60 capsulesBrand - St. Francis Herb Farm
St. Francis Fenugreek-Blessed Thistle Capsules are formulated to help increase breast milk production and provide new moms with essential vitamins and minerals.
- Promotes milk production
- Helps lower blood glucose
- Helps regulate cholesterol levels
- Organic, non-GMO
Sometimes, imbalance or fatigue can suppress milk production. For new moms, this can be distressful and inconvenient. But the remedy is simple and nature provides the solution.
A potent combination of lactation-remedying herbs, St. Francis Fenugreek-Blessed Thistle Capsules can help increase lactation hormones that control milk production.
Known for ages as lactation aids, fenugreek and blessed thistle help boost milk supply and improve milk flow so you can worry less and focus more on your baby.
Naturally rich in vitamins and minerals, these herbs also nourish new moms with thiamin, folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamins A, B6, C and K. They also help regulate blood glucose and cholesterol levels and improve digestion.
Stress less and stay healthy. Make St. Francis Fenugreek-Blessed Thistle Capsules your breastfeeding companion.
500 mg per capsule. A 5:1 concentration, each capsule contains 425 mg of dried Certified Organic Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum, seed) equivalent to 2125 mg and 75 mg of dried Certified Organic Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus, herb tops) equivalent to 375 mg
Hypromellose (vegicap), certified organic maltodextrin - Alcohol free
Frequently Asked Questions
How much St. Francis Fenugreek-Blessed Thistle Capsules do I have to take to experience results?
You only need to take 1 capsule twice daily, on an empty stomach, to experience an increase in milk production.
Can I take St. Francis Fenugreek-Blessed Thistle Capsules if my child is allergic to blessed thistle?
Usually, flavours and compounds will not affect the breastmilk. But if your child is allergic to blessed thistle or related plants like ragweed, it’s best to stay on the safe side and avoid blessed thistle.