As low as 1 Teaspoon (4 droppers full) per day for small and sensitive individuals and for prevention.
As high as 2 Tablespoons per day for larger and robust individuals.
Herbs can be taken at one time or dosed several times per day.
Average dose is 1 Tablespoon (15 droppers full) per day.
Higher doses are used for acute and/or severe symptoms, lower doses are used for milder symptoms and/or longer term maintenance.
These herbs are most often taken mixed with a cup of hot water (like a cup of tea), but they can also be mixed with cold water or taken as an undiluted shot!
Fennel Seed / Xiao Hui Xiang
Fenugreek Seed / Hu Lu Ba
Nettle Leaf / Urtica dioca
Dandelion / Pu Gong Ying
Goji Berry / Gou Qi Zi
Polygonum (Fo-Ti) / He Shou Wu
Tetrapanax Pith / Tong Cao
Milk Thistle Seed / Silybum marianum
Goat's Rue / Galega Officinalis
Cyperus Rotundus / Xiang Fu
Fresh Ginger / Sheng Jiang
Coriander Leaf / Cilantro
Verbena / Ma Bian Cao
Codonopsis Root / Dang Shen
Lavender Essential Oil
Anise Essential Oil
Organic Raw Honey
When a nursing mum notices that her breasts are getting fuller and heavier in between feedings, baby is less fussy and more satisfied after feedings, weight gain is accelerating and there’s less signs of upset digestion or colic in the baby, then we know that Peekay’s Yummy Mummy is working.*
Peekay’s Yummy Mummy is for supporting insufficient lactation & mastitis for the mother and reducing colic for the child.*
If in doubt, always consult your doctor or a licensed health care provider before taking any medications, over-the-counter drugs, supplements or herbs.