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Motherlove’s CEO, Silencia Cox, to speak at Women Leading Green

For almost  30 years, Motherlove Herbal Company has focused on providing the best quality products for pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding, while maintaining good stewardship of the environment. Right from the start, our body care products have been produced in glass containers that can easily be recycled or repurposed, unlike plastic… Continue Reading >




At Motherlove, it’s Earth Day 365 Days a Year

Every year around this time, it seems appropriate to remind our customers how important good stewardship of the earth is to us. Sustainability is in everything we do, and here at Motherlove, Earth Day happens every single day of the year.Within our Colorado community of Fort Collins, Motherlove participates in Trees, Water & People’s… Continue Reading >




Motherlove honored for helping abused and at-risk children

Realities For Children, an alliance of over 225 local Northern Colorado businesses that fund the unmet needs of Larimer County children who have been abused, neglected or are at-risk, has awarded Motherlove with the Beyond Business Award at the 20th Annual Realities For Children Awards Gala hosted on April 8th. For 20 years, The Realities… Continue Reading >




You can now find Malunggay (Moringa) at Target.com!

We are thrilled to announce that Malunggay (Moringa), Motherlove’s newest herbal supplement for lactation support, can now be found on Target.com, along with your other Motherlove favorites!This leafy tree, often found in favorite Filipino recipes, has long been referred to as nature’s “miracle tree” for its therapeutic, medicinal, and… Continue Reading >




Common Toddler Breastfeeding Problems

So you’re nursing a toddler, huh? I bet you didn’t even plan to do that! So many of us just find ourselves doing it. And when we find ourselves here we find there are whole host of new obstacles to overcome. Breastfeeding a toddler or small child is nothing like breastfeeding a newborn. I have found breastfeeding to be a great parenting… Continue Reading >




Toxins in your breastmilk? Keep calm, nurse on.

Have you seen headlines like this one recently? "Breastfeeding 'could be passing on toxic chemicals to babies.'" It's enough to make any nursing mom pause. What those articles rarely tell however, is the whole story about environmental pollutants and breastmilk. We'd like to set the record straight with the following facts.* And the… Continue Reading >




Meditation during Pregnancy

Having a baby is probably one of the most life-changing events you can experience – affecting everything from your body, to your emotions, home, work place, and relationships, just to name a few! It is a time of great joy, anticipation, dreaming, planning, and above all, worry.For many women, pregnancy is an emotional rollercoaster –… Continue Reading >




It’s never too late to get breastfeeding help

Most moms know (at least we hope they do!) how important it is to get help with breastfeeding in the early days of nursing a new baby. Getting started with breastfeeding, especially the first time around, is often a challenge. A lactation consultant, a WIC breastfeeding peer counselor, or a La Leche League or Breastfeeding USA counselor… Continue Reading >




Painful procedure for your baby? Breastfeeding to the rescue!

Painful procedures – from newborn heel sticks to vaccines – are an unfortunate, but common experience for babies. Fortunately, nursing moms have a secret weapon against pain: breastfeeding.As a recent comprehensive analysis of ten studies concluded, breastfeeding reduces pain in babies during vaccinations. The review found that babies… Continue Reading >




Need to take a trip without your breastfeeding baby?

There are times, both for working and stay-at-home moms, when we have to travel without our babies. Maybe it's a sudden and unexpected event, like a family member's medical emergency, which calls you out of town. Or maybe it's a planned work event, like an important conference, where you can't have a baby in tow. Or maybe it's the dreaded… Continue Reading >




Your breasts eat themselves, and seven other amazing findings in recent breastfeeding research

We've been noticing some pretty amazing research findings about breastfeeding recently. Here are eight of our favorite, eye-opening discoveries that took place in 2016:Your breasts start to "eat themselves" after weaning:"When a woman stops breastfeeding, her breasts go from being full-time, milk-producing factories to regular… Continue Reading >




Nurtured and Nuzzled: A new children’s book on nursing

A few years ago, we shared our list of children's books on breastfeeding. At the time, we noted that for many years there were few children’s books that portrayed breastfeeding but happily, that number has recently grown.Today we are pleased to share a new addition to that list: Nurtured and Nuzzled.  It's a rhyming bilingual… Continue Reading >