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Can I take both Goat’s Rue and Malunggay?

We often get asked if women can take more than one of our supplements at the same time. While none of our supplements are designed to be taken in conjunction with each other, many of them can be taken together. One combination that we often hear about is taking both Goat's Rue and Malunggay, also known as Moringa, at the same time.  If… Continue Reading >




Tender Tush?  Some Tips for Taking Care of Your Perineum After Birth

Taking care of your sore bottom can be a bit of a job in the early days after your baby’s birth.  Here are some simple things you can do to soothe muscles and prepare for what many call the ‘4th trimester’. Remember, you got this mama!  Cold compresses -- Many moms use ice packs to reduce swelling and soothe discomfort in the early hours… Continue Reading >




Motherlove Is About Nurturing, So We Take Care of Our People

Motherlove is proud to be recognized by B Corp as a 2018 Best for the World: Changemakers company! This article originally appeared online at B the Change.Since our founding in the late 1980s, Motherlove Herbal Company has focused on nurturing. You will even find the word in our tagline: “Nurturing Life.” We nurture the Earth through… Continue Reading >




Tinctures vs. capsules? Liquid vs. dried herbs? Common questions about our milk supply products.

Every day, Motherlove staff members answer questions about our products on the phone, via email, and on social media. We are happy to be of service to the moms who use our products! But, to make things even easier, here are some responses to questions we often receive.What is the difference between Motherlove’s liquid extracts and… Continue Reading >




Why Does My Tincture Taste Different?

If you've tried a few different blends, you will notice each product may have a unique taste. For example, More Milk Special Blend in the traditional alcohol-based tincture will have a sharp taste due to the alcohol and herbal constituents. However, the alcohol-free version will have a slightly sweeter taste because it contains glycerin… Continue Reading >