Mammal Mama - Milk Booster - 16 oz.
- Brand:Mammal Mama
Give nature a helping hand with Mammal Mama’s herbal-based formulas for lactating animals. Many animals may need the support of nourishing lactation herbs to feed a large litter, or to increase or extend their dairy milk supply. Using certified organic herbs is a safe and effective way to accomplish this.
If your animals experience decreased lactation Milk Booster is the product you need to quickly increase milk production. This easy to use concentrated liquid herbal extract is sold in unbreakable, recyclable plastic bottles for easy use outdoors.
Milk Booster has the potency of an alcohol extract and the palatability of a glycerin-based product. Most glycerin-based products use glycerin and water as the extractives, which result in fewer active constituents in the product. Mammal Mama’s herbs are extracted in ethyl alcohol and deionized water to produce the highest quality extract. The alcohol is slowly steamed off and then replaced with naturally sweet tasting vegetable glycerin.
Advantages of a liquid herbal extract:
• Quality: no heat is necessary. Herb quality is lost with heat processing and in dried herb powdered herbs.
• Potency: maximum potency with smaller amounts than dried herbs, which take larger amounts to achieve adequate dosage.
• Absorbability: herbal constituents are quickly carried into the body so they usually work faster and more effectively.
• Shelf Life: liquid herbal extracts maintain their quality for several years if kept out of sunlight and extreme heat. No refrigeration is necessary.
Mammal Mama was founded by Kathryn Higgins, a nationally recognized herbalist with more than 30 years of personal and professional experience working with herbs. A noted author and teacher, she founded Motherlove Herbal Company in 1990, which works with hospitals and healthcare professionals to provide herbal-based products for pregnancy and lactation. Based on the expertise and success of Motherlove products for lactation, Mammal Mama was founded in 2006 to offer similar safe and effective products for all lactating animals.