Let It Flow Latte - Postpartum Blend

Let It Flow Latte - Postpartum Blend

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Regular price R 220.00 ZAR
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Create a ritual for yourself and your body with this nourishing lactation booster in a cup.

Made from ceremonial grade cacao, medicinal herbs and adaptogens to promote a whole body healing and well-being experience for not just the nursing mother, but for all postpartum mothers

A small gesture to thank your body by taking the time to pause and nourish yourself.

  • Healthy fats and cinnamon to help stabilise blood sugar levels. 
  • Rich in adaptogens to support the stress and transition that postpartum is on the body. 
  • Hormone nourishing and milk-stimulating herbs. 
  • Nourishing and restorative reishi to help strengthen the spirit and calm the nervous system.


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Ceremonial grade raw cacao, coconut milk powder, coconut sugar, mesquite, maca, ashwaganda, reishi, rose petals.

Healing Properties

Raw Cacao: Rich in magnesium, it aids in muscle relaxation and may alleviate postpartum muscle tension. The presence of mood-enhancing compounds can contribute to a balanced emotional state. Cacao's iron content supports replenishing nutrient stores after childbirth, addressing potential postpartum fatigue.

Maca: Maca is often touted for its potential benefits for postpartum mothers. Known as an adaptogen, maca may help balance hormones, address fatigue, and support energy levels. Its rich nutrient profile, including vitamins and minerals, can aid in postpartum recovery and overall well-being.

Coconut milk powder: Delivering essential fatty acids for brain function and hormone balance. Rich in MCTs, it offers a quick and stable energy source, while its vitamins and minerals replenish nutrient stores. The hydrating properties and potential to enhance lactation contribute to postpartum recovery.

Reishi: In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), reishi is considered a potent herb for postpartum mothers. It is believed to nourish the blood, tonify the Qi (vital energy), and support the Shen (spirit). Reishi's adaptogenic properties enhance the body's ability to cope with stress and restore balance. From a TCM perspective, it's recommended to address postpartum fatigue, support hormonal balance, and fortify the body's overall resilience during the delicate postpartum period.

Ashwagandha: An adaptogen helping the body cope with stress and fatigue, ashwaganda may aid in restoring hormonal balance, crucial for postpartum well-being. Known for its grounding properties, ashwagandha can alleviate stress and support a balanced mood. Additionally, it may enhance energy levels, addressing postpartum fatigue.

Rose: With anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, the scent of rose has a calming effect, uplifting the spirit during the postpartum period. With antidepressant and sedative qualities, roses can help navigate mood changes. Rich in vitamin C, rose supports tissue repair.

Cinnamon: Cinnamon is beneficial for postpartum mothers as it aids in stabilizing blood sugar levels. Its compounds support balanced insulin response, potentially assisting in managing postpartum glucose levels. This stabilizing effect can contribute to overall well-being during the postpartum period. Cinnamon supports digestion and brings a comforting warmth to the spirit.


Mix 2 tsp with a little hot water into a paste, top with warmed milk of choice. Sweeten with raw honey to taste if needed. Also great to use in smoothies, chocolate ice lollies and stirred through oatmeal as a lactation booster!

Ask the Herbalist

Q: I'm not fond of warm drinks; I never manage to drink them hot being a new Mom. Is there another way to incorporate this into something else?

A: Yes! You can use it as a smoothie booster, add it to your oats in the AM or even make it into popsicles in summer for the whole family.

Q: Can I drink the Le t it Flow Latte while pregnant?

A: Adaptogenic drinks and supplements aren't recommended during pregnancy, even though in ancient cultures they have been using them for thousands of years to support healthy gestation. Our Western culture tends to err on the side of caution with anything around pregnant women. So we say check in with your health care professional first if you wanted to make the Let It Flow latte part of your weekly diet.

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  • Natural, clean, organic ingredients

  • Created by a qualified nutritionist and herbalist

  • Mindfully and locally sourced

  • No animal derived ingredients, not tested on animals