Ingredients: Organic Alfalfa (leaf), organic moringa (leaf), organic goat’s rue (herb), organic nettle (leaf), Vegetable Capsule (Pullulan).
Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules 3 times daily. Take with food and drink to thirst.
- Keep away from children. Store in cool, dry place.
- May lower blood sugar – if you are diabetic or hypoglycemic, consult with your doctor before use.
- Hypersensitivity, such as allergy, may occur; in which case, discontinue use.
- Take with food and stay hydrated.
- If approved by your physician product may be suitable for use after 36 weeks of pregnancy.
Cash Cow contains a blend of organic ingredients designed to optimize healthy lactation and enhance nutrition in breast milk. Alfalfa and moringa are a rich source of essential vitamins and nutrients to help nourish both mom and baby. Cash Cow can also be used in the final weeks of pregnancy to strengthen the body in preparation for birth.
fun fact: The abundance of minerals are well balanced and easily absorbed, making alfalfa leaf a popular herb for both pregnancy and lactation.
- Lab-tested and extensively certified! Certified Vegan, Halal, Kosher, and Non-GMO Project Verified.
- Goat’s rue has a long-standing reputation for supporting a healthy milk supply in dairy animals and humans.
- Alfalfa is a highly nutritious plant that is said to boost milk supply, stimulate mammary gland growth and increase milk fat content.
- Fenugreek free and sugar-free.
Why We’re Fenugreek Free
While fenugreek has been the go-to galactagogue in the US for many years and works well for some women, others may experience some undesirable side effects while taking it. In one survey of nursing mothers in the United States, 85 had used fenugreek as a galactagogue and 45% of those mothers reported having experienced an adverse reaction from the supplement.(1)
OUR PRODUCTS DO NOT CONTAIN FENUGREEK BECAUSE OF THE POSSIBLE ADVERSE REACTIONS WHICH INCLUDE:
- Gastrointestinal side effects such as stomach upset, diarrhea and gas that may occur for both mom and baby.
- Those with sensitivities to peanuts, chickpeas or other legumes may experience a cross reaction to fenugreek
- Fenugreek may be problematic for women with thyroid conditions
- Using fenugreek may exacerbate existing asthma
- Large doses of fenugreek may cause lowering of cholesterol and blood sugar
- Excretion of a maple syrup odor from the urine, sweat and possibly breastmilk after taking fenugreek
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.