Food supplement, 30 chewable tablets.
Italian Pharmacode: 903941312.

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Galattoplus is a sugar free food supplement containing a combination of plant-derived compounds known to promote an optimal lactation in women (Galactogogue activity) such as Galega, Fenugreek seed, Fennel seed, Cumin, verbena.

  • Galega Officinalis: contains flavonoids, which naturally bind specific receptor on mammary glands cells, producing breast development and improving lactation by stimulating prolactin. (output increases by up to 50% in some cases). It also improve the nutrients in milk.
  • Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek seed): contains carbohydrates, fatty acids, alkaloids, vitamin B, Magnesium and other minerals. Besides the Galactogogue propriety, it also eases intestinal cramping and gas.
  • Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel seed): antispasmodic, good for calming baby colic, gas and irritable bowel-like symptoms. It acts on microcirculation promoting milk secretion.
  • Cuminum cyminum (cumin): helpful to increase lactation, it also known to keep the digestive system fit and healthy.
  • Verbena Officinalis (common verbena): known as an anti-inflammatory plant in the treatment of infection and fever, it is also used for depression, hysteria, spasms and other nervous conditions. Other uses include treatment of symptoms of menopause, irregular menstruation, and increasing milk flow, if breast-feeding.

How to use
We recommend one tablet twice a day if required. Tablets can be chewed, swallowed or dissolved in hot water in order to reconstitute a herbal tea.


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