Fenugreek or Moringa… Which is Better for Nursing Moms?

 In Blog, Health

New moms everywhere are in search of natural ways to boost milk supply. Many have stumbled upon fenugreek, a source to improve supply, but are quickly learning that moringa has the same or better effect, with added benefits to both mom and baby. Look and compare which is a better fit for you and your baby.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant grown in various parts of the world for medicinal purposes. It has been used for generations to improve milk supply and decrease inflammation in the body. It is sold both as a capsule and tea form, although the tea can be difficult to take for some due to its bitter taste.

What some mothers reported after taking fenugreek…

  • Sweat and urine has an odor like maple syrup
  • Loose stools for some, but go away when fenugreek is discontinued
  • Can cause lowered blood glucose levels
  • Some reports of a noticeable increase of gas discomfort in baby after nursing
  • Improved cholesterol levels
  • Reduction of inflammation in the body
  • Promotes increased milk supply

Moringa

Moringa oleifera, also known as the drumstick tree, is a fast-growing and hardy tree grown in many parts of the world. Originally found in the Himalayan Mountains, the plant has been used for thousands of years as treatment for a variety of reasons and conditions. Dead Sea Moringa is grown on a farm in the southern region of Israel. The effectiveness of Dead Sea Moringa is significant enough to call the plant “the Tree of Life” in many cultures. Indian medicine practitioners claim a wide range of benefits derived from this single plant.

Studies have demonstrated Dead Sea Moringa helps to increase milk flow in nursing mothers. Mothers who have taken Dead Sea Moringa leading up to childbirth report their milk comes in faster. Moringa has been shown in other studies to significantly increase the production of breast milk, with women who eat/take it, producing nearly two times the breast milk of other mothers. This means babies will get the milk they need and mothers don’t necessarily have to rely on supplementing with formula.

What some mothers reported after taking Dead Sea Moringa

Dead Sea Moringa is unique as it is grown out of a heart for humanitarian aid. We have partnered with Trees for the Future to plant moringa trees in over 19 countries where hunger and malnourishment are claiming hundreds of thousands of victims. For these reasons, you can be confident that Dead Sea Moringa is a reputable company that cares about you and your baby’s health, along with the wellbeing of those in need across the globe.

The benefit list for moringa seems to go on and on. The plant’s 90 nutrients are 12 vitamins and minerals, 46 antioxidants and 18 amino acids, including a high concentration of all 9 of the essential amino acids, make Dead Sea Moringa a wise choice for choosy moms. As you make Dead Sea Moringa your choice, you are arming yourself and your baby with the needed nutrients to live a happy and healthy life, while helping another mother and child across the world do the same.

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