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.
Causes of lactation failure:
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 anaemic or suffering from hypo protein anaemia, partial or even full lactation failure could occur.
Breastfeeding is particularly advantageous because of the nutritional, immunologic, and psychological benefits. Maternal breast milk provides vitamins, minerals, protein, and anti-infectious factors; antibodies that protect the infant’s gastrointestinal tract are supplied, resulting in a lower rate of enteric infection in breast-fed than in bottle-fed babies. The bonding that is established through breast-feeding is advantageous to building the parent-child relation.
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- Shatavari Ghan ( Asparagus Racemosus) 216 mg
- Ashwagandha Ghan ( Withania Somnifera)38 mg
- Bhuikohala Ghan ( Ipomoea digitata) 25 mg
- Anantamul Ghan ( Hemidesmus Indicus) 25 mg Excipients
1. Shatavari-shatavari is the most powerful galactogague sometimes, it happens that nursing mothers cannot produce enough breast milk after childbirth. Such a consequence can be prevented if pregnant women take shatavari extract in the later stage of the pregnancy. It prepares the mother's body for production of sufficient amount of breast milk. It has been found that it stimulates release of two important components, namely prolactin and corticoids, which are mainly responsible for improving both the quality as well as quantity of breast milk. There are also evidences that suggest that it also promotes secretion of steroid hormones that can increase the breast weight and ensure higher yield of breast milk. Shatavari is a powerful adaptogen- improves body’s ability to adapt to stress. It nourishes and calms the nerves for a relaxed brain. Relieves insomnia, pain and spasms. Relaxes symptoms like morning sickness and hot flashes. The mucilage (water soluble fiber) in shatavari is a gummy substance that coats the membrane (inner lining) of the digestive system to relieve dryness, irritation and inflammation.
2. Ashwagandha- One of Ashwagandha’s most widely accepted benefits is its ability to modulate and stimulate the immune system. It appears to improve the cellularity of the bone marrow which produces more pathogen-fighting agents. Ashwagandha modulates the immune response Chronic stress is ever-present in modern society and increases the risk of illness. Ashwagandha’s ability to act as a mood stabilizer and improve resistance to stress is well-researched. Ashwagandha depresses the central nervous system, causing relaxation. This effect comes from the phytochemicals it contains, referred to as withanolides. They act as precursors to the hormones that regulate the stress responses in the body It is an immunomodulator the helps improve your immune system.helps fight against many diseases.
3. Bhuikohala- Vidarikand consists of tuberous roots of Ipomoea digitata. As per Ayurveda, it is a good nutrient, energizer and aphrodisiac. It is sweet, galactagogue, spermatogenic, cooling, greasy, diuretic and calms burning sensations in the body. Vidarikand has emmenagogue, significant oestrogenic and progesteronogenic activities with no toxicity. It is highly effective in dysmenorrhoea, dysfunctional uterine bleeding and in menopausal syndrome. It improves quality and quantity of breast milk. Vidarikand increases serum prolactin level and thereby increases lactation.
4. Sariva - The root of this plant is administered to help the body to cool down. It stabilises the body system and makes the person become peaceful. It gives instant energy and makes the person brisk and agile. By improving the body functioning the Anantmool helps to add vitality to the activity. It can neutralise the abnormal acid secretions and make the stomach normal again. Thus, Sariva is useful for treating stomach ulcers, severe gastritis, and ulcerative colitis.