Nisarga Herb Lactosone (60capsules)
Lactation, secretion and yielding of milk by females after giving birth. The milk is produced by the mammary glands, which are contained within the breasts. mammary growth begins during pregnancy under the influence of ovarian and placental hormones, and some milk is formed, copious milk secretion sets in only after delivery. The stimulus of nursing or suckling supports continued lactation. It acts in two ways: it promotes the secretion of prolactin, and it triggers the release of yet another hormone from the pituitary gland—oxytocin, which causes the contraction of special muscle cells around the alveoli in the breast and ensures the expulsion of milk. It is in this way that a baby’s sucking at one breast may cause an increase in milk flow from both, so that milk may drip from the unsuckled nipple.
CAUSES – The most common cause of the quantity of milk being reduced to zero or insufficient to feed the child could be due to advancing age of the mother as women are having children quite late. Lower level of physical exercise can also be a contributing factor. If the woman is malnourished, milk production is bound to suffer. In some women there may be insufficient glandular development. Extreme stress faced by the mother before or immediately after the delivery of the child. If the mother is anemic or suffering from hypo protein anemia, partial or even full lactation failure could occur.
DISCLAIMER: As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should seek advice from your health care practitioner of the use of this product. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you should consult your health care practitioner prior to using Lactosone. Safe to use in pregnant women from third trimester.