The struggles of breastfeeding. Some women have them, while others don’t. We’re here for you no matter what side of the spectrum you fall on.

Our lactation products were made with every Mom in mind! People can have so many different situations​ that impact their ability to breastfeed. Some have a difficult time producing enough milk for their little ones, while others overproduce, and sometimes you just can’t get the right latch.

I was right in the middle of that scale when I first started breastfeeding, but then I started having babies back to back. That’s when things started to get complicated​. Because of the contradicting hormones from being pregnant, it was harder to produce milk. Plus because I was still breastfeeding I was more tired than usual, I often felt low on energy and just generally depleted.

When it came to designing products for postpartum I wanted to make a tea that would help nursing moms when it came to breastfeeding. Being able to nurse your baby and not being concerned about milk supply is a big sigh of relief. We’re so glad to be able to provide that to our Pink Stork moms. Having this tea in Target is a dream come true, especially knowing how easily Moms can get to it as soon as possible!



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