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Lactation Coffee Milk Booster + Giveaway

I'm currently 7 weeks into breastfeeding my third son. Each time I have breastfed our sons, my experience has been different. With Takoda, he recently got sick and although my supply is pretty generous at the moment, I am happy to do whatever I can to make sure I am providing enough for him.

Now, there are a lot of supplements out there for nursing moms, I've personally tried a few but I have never heard of a coffee option until I was introduced to Milksta.

(And please keep in mind if you're planning on breastfeeding or currently are and want to try any supplements or boosters, I definitely suggest talking to your doctor and a lactation consultant to make sure it's okay for you and your little one.)

Milksta is an organic, decaf and vegan nursing coffee. It is brewed with 100% pure and natural organic herbal extracts to help boost breast and milk supply production.

The ingredients are:

Moringa leaves, spinach, carrots, brewer's yeast, dates, oat creamer, coconut oil creamer, stevia, decaffeinated coffee.

It is recommended to drink it 2-3 times a day for the best results, but I found I was happy with my results by drinking it 1 or 2 times a day. You can also drink it hot or cold which I LOVE because cold nursing coffee will be an awesome option in the summer.

I found I liked mine best as is. I tried it with my favorite coffee creamer like I do with my regular coffee, but Milksta already has a yummy taste. I read some other reviews from some moms that just added a little bit of their favorite sweetener.

But of course we all have different preferences (especially when it comes to coffee), so I'd just add to Milksta whatever you normally do for your regular coffee. Definitely taste it first though to see what it's like on its own so you have an idea of what you want to add/how much :)

Plus I have to say I have loved the convenience of Milksta. All you have to do is dissolve 1 sachet of the coffee in one cup of hot water (or cold). That's it! Super easy and quick, which is ideal for any momma.

If you do have any questions about Milksta, their FAQ page was super helpful to read and answered some of my questions.

Milksta is available to purchase over on Amazon, so if you have Amazon Prime take advantage of that 2 day shipping. You can purchase it here.

If you want to enter in the giveaway I'm currently doing on Instagram/Facebook for your own package of Milksta, click these links to go enter:

Giveaway will be running until 3/17 at 11:59PM EST.

Good luck!


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