For the majority of mothers, after experiencing the hardships of 10 months of pregnancy and childbirth, how to better feed their newborns is a subject that everyone is very concerned about. Although with the popularity of formula milk powder, infants and young children can basically meet the nutrients needed for growth with formula milk, but as we all know, breast milk is the most suitable healthy food for babies. Breast milk itself is nutritious, economical, convenient, safe, and hygienic. It is not only conducive to the growth and development of infants and young children, enhances the immunity of infants and young children, but also enhances the relationship between mother and child. The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding for at least 6 months, and advocates breastfeeding over 2 years old. Therefore, many mothers want to breastfeed their babies after giving birth.
However, the reality is that many mothers experience too little postpartum milk secretion and insufficient milk due to different reasons, which cannot meet the feeding needs of infants and young children, making postpartum mothers very anxious. Although timely adjustment and improvement of mood and living habits, and proper massage can help to improve postpartum milk secretion and insufficient milk, necessary nutritional supplements and drug treatment are essential. In this regard, Traditional Chinese Medicine dietary supplements have been widely welcomed and trusted by people for thousands of years for their safety and effectiveness. So, for mothers with insufficient milk after giving birth, how to supplement nutrition and conditioning to improve the situation of too little milk secretion and insufficient milk through medicated dietary supplements?
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the spleen is the foundation of the acquired, the source of the biochemical Qi and blood, and the milk is transformed by the maternal blood. If the maternal Qi and blood is deficient or the spleen and gastrin is weak and the Qi and blood biochemical is insufficient, coupled with childbirth, labor and other factors that deplete the Qi and blood, this will lead to the occurrence of too little postpartum milk secretion and insufficient milk. Therefore, if you want to improve the situation, in addition to adjusting and improving the emotions and living habits that can affect the secretion of milk, and with appropriate massage to clear the milk collaterals, you might as well start with strengthening the spleen, nourishing Qi and nourishing blood. The method of strengthening the spleen and nourishing Qi and blood not only can improve the mother’s own spleen deficiency, Qi, and blood deficiency, but also make the source of milk sufficient, thereby helping to increase the secretion of milk.
In the selection of specific medicinal ingredients, you can choose varieties with sweet, warm, and non-toxic flavors, such as Codonopsis pilosula, Goji Berries, yuan meat, jujube, yam, and astragalus and many more. It is suggested that postpartum mothers may choose a soup bag composed of these ingredients to make nutritious medicinal soups and give full play to the dual effects of ingredients and medicinal materials. It is recommended to try TAK SHING HONG Stewed Chicken Soup, which is composed of six tonic herbs, namely Codonopsis, Astragalus, Yuanrou, Lycium barbarum, jujube and Chinese yam in a scientific proportion. The combination of the above-mentioned herbs has the effect of strengthening the spleen and stomach, nourishing Qi and blood, and tonic for deficiency. It can be eaten together with chicken, which is sweet and warm in nature, and functionally nourishing. Helps mothers increase milk production.
Always consult a physician before using any dietary or herbal supplements.
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