Lactil capsules - what are the experiences and questions of users?

Thursday, 15 September 2022

lactil,breastfeeding



What are Lactil capsules?

sweet anise, which help the production of milk and stimulate lactation (on hold botanicals).

Sweet anise is an annual plant that was already known in Egypt more than 4000 years ago. In those days, sweet anise and its beneficial properties were used for medicinal, cosmetic and culinary purposes. Sweet anise extract contains a compound called anethole, which works to increase lactation. ability to produce milk in nursing mothers (on hold botanicals).

The extract of common fennel has a beneficial effect on the entire body and has exceptional abilities to maintain healthy breasts and aids lactation (on hold botanicals). It also has antioxidant properties that strengthen the immune system and offer protection against oxidative stress and free radicals (on hold botanicals).



What are the experiences of our users?

You can read the experiences of users on the website:

https://www.moja-lekarna.com/productreviews/27489



Women's most frequently asked questions about Lactil dietary supplement



Question from anonymous user 1:

Are Lactil capsules for breastfeeding of natural origin? What allergens and additives do they contain?

Answer from our team:

Lactil capsules are a food supplement of 100% natural origin. They contain extracts of sweet anise and common fennel. Sweet anise is an annual plant, and common fennel, or fennel, is a yellowish plant that belongs to the family of fennel.

Lactil capsules also contain hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, which is used to encapsulate the ingredients and is of plant origin and made from plant cellulose.

The rice powder in the capsule is used as a thickener and is also 100% plant-based. It has a similar role to starch, which Lactil capsules do not contain.

Tumice and silica are a mineral and a compound and act as anti-caking agents in capsules.

Lactil capsules do not contain gluten, soy, lactose, artificial additives, dyes, sugar and allergens and are safe to use.



Question from anonymous user 2:

When should we start taking Lactil capsules and when should we stop taking them?

Answer from our team:

Nutritional supplement Lactil should be taken by lactating mothers twice a day, one capsule. They should start taking it between the 3rd and 5th day after birth, as immediately after birth the milk your baby will consume will be mostly colostrum. They should stop taking it when the supply of milk is optimally sufficient and the baby can breastfeed normally.



Question from anonymous user 3:

What are the possible side effects of the nutritional supplement Lactil?

Answer from our team:

Sweet anise may have estrogen-like effects, so there is a possibility that consumption of sweet anise extract may be potentially harmful for people with hormone-sensitive conditions such as hormone-triggered cancers (breast cancer, uterus, ovarian cancer), endometriosis and uterine fibroids.

Fennel is a common food item in the everyday diet. It is safe when used in appropriate doses for a short period of time. There isn't enough reliable information to know if common fennel is safe for long-term use. Although rare, side effects may include stomach problems.



Anonymous user question 4:

Is Lactil safe to use during pregnancy?

Answer from our team:

Lactil is safe to take during pregnancy. Although it is recommended that you start taking it only after the 3rd day after birth, as colostrum is secreted on the first day.

Food supplements for lactation, which contain Greek hay, can be harmful during pregnancy and therefore should not be taken.

The food supplement Lactil does not contain Greek hay!



Question from anonymous user 5:

What else can we do to increase the effectiveness of the nutritional supplement Lactil and influence the increase in lactation?

Answer from our team:

For the optimal effect of the nutritional supplement Lactil, we recommend that you take it according to the instructions, and in the meantime ensure a proper diet and the consumption of specific foods that can stimulate milk production. These foods are largely seeds (chia, flax, pumpkin), leafy greens, fiddleheads, legumes, plain Greek yogurt, avocados,and certain types of mushrooms.

Below are some more tips that can help increase lactation:

  • More frequent breastfeeding also helps with lactation. Breastfeed every 2 hours during the day and every 3 to 4 hours at night (at least 8 to 16 times in 24 hours). If your baby does not want to breastfeed at this time, use a good quality double electric breast pump to increase milk production. Pumping after breastfeeding signals the body to produce more milk.
  • Breastfeed the baby for at least 15 minutes on each breast. Do not limit the time of breastfeeding. If the baby falls asleep after one breast, wake him up and offer him the other breast. It has been proven that repeatedly changing breasts during breastfeeding increases the amount of milk.
  • Gently massage the breasts before and during breastfeeding.
  • Use relaxation techniques to reduce stress and stimulate breast milk flow.
  • Make sure to be physically close to the baby, about 20 minutes after breastfeeding. It has been proven that physical contact with the baby improves milk production in the future.
  • Use the breast pump immediately after breastfeeding, throughout the day. Rest at night. Some nursing mothers have found that their lactation improved if they pumped for 5 minutes, rested for 5 minutes, and then pumped again for another 10 minutes.
  • Make sure the baby is properly positioned for breastfeeding.
  • Avoid bottles and pacifiers during the first weeks. Breastfeed your baby whenever you can.



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