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How Breastfeeding Colonizes the Healthy Microbiome of Your Baby

For many years we thought of our intestines – also known as our gut – as a pretty boring place. Our gut's responsibility was solely to digest food and absorb nutrients – an important but rather mundane conveyor belt of digestion.But it turns out that our gut is actually a command and control center for our immunity, representing an… Continue Reading >




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 >




California high school students get the right to breastfeed and pump at school

This January 1st, some moms in California had something to celebrate:  a new law giving them the right to breastfeed or pump while attending public schools (up to grade 12).With by far the highest number of births in any state (one in every eight babies born in the United States), and a nearly 94% breastfeeding initiation rate, this new… Continue Reading >




Motherlove Hits the Bullseye

Thirty years ago, when Kathryn’s passion for plants inspired her to create herbal products for her own pregnancy, it was her dream for all moms to have safe, effective, organic herbal products available for their own pregnancies and babies.From Motherlove’s humble beginnings at Kathryn’s kitchen table, to the creation of Motherlove… Continue Reading >




Looking for a meaningful way to fight breast cancer this October?

There are many great ways, from raising money to raising awareness. One often overlooked way is to participate in breast cancer research.  By becoming a study participant you contribute to the understanding of the breast cancer, paving the way for important strategies for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.Think you can't participate… Continue Reading >




Motherlove's organic farm is "a dream come true"

You may remember that back in April Motherlove announced that we are now the proud operators of a 120 acre organic farm near our offices in Colorado.Our Legacy Organic Farm will supply us with local, sustainable, certified organic herbs for Motherlove as well as grow traditional organic grains and vegetables.  It’s a dream come true for… Continue Reading >




Mother's Day Giveaway—Nurturing Life

Mother’s Day has special meaning for all of us here at Motherlove—every day. Every day we talk to moms and celebrate your new arrivals, offer support when breastfeeding is difficult and cheer when you reach a milestone. Our founder, Kathryn Higgins, works every day here at Motherlove with two of her daughters. And every day we make herbal… Continue Reading >




Fight breast cancer, join the Army of Women

As Breast Cancer Awareness month draws to a close, we hope you’ll consider this fast, free, and easy way to join the fight to end breast cancer.In recent years great strides have been made in the treatment of breast cancer, but our understanding of its causes and ways of preventing it have lagged far behind.  One reason:  researchers… Continue Reading >