Mothers Milk Herbal Power - Traditionally used to help nursing mothers with breast milk production* Taste - Sweet, spicy, slightly bitter with a distinct licorice-like taste Reason to Love While your bundle of joy is probably causing you no end of delight, moms can also feel overwhelmed and tired, especially when it comes to breastfeeding. We love the fact that this herbal tea has traditionally been used to help mothers support their production of breast milk and to promote healthy lactation.* With herbs like fennel, anise (which give the tea a sweet, licorice-like taste), coriander and fenugreek, each sip is like stepping into a tradition that has been passed down from woman to woman for hundreds of years. We've Got the Right Stuff The herbs in this tea—fennel, anise, coriander, fenugreek, and blessed thistle—are galactagogues, which has nothing at all to do with their reputation for space travel and everything to do with their power to promote healthy lactation.* The term galactagogue comes from the Greek word “galactos,” meaning “milk” and “agogue,” which means “bringer of.” Women have been successfully using these herbs for centuries to help them breastfeed.