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Euphoric Herbals The Dairy Fairy Review and #Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Euphoric Herbals
        A lot of our readers are aware that I had a late term loss with our daughter in September 2012. It was a difficult time but something that my husband and I had to come to terms with. In March 2013 on our daughter's six-month anniversary, we were blessed with an emotional miracle.  I got a positive pregnancy test! Come to find out a week later I was actually pregnant with identical twin girls!


        Fast forward to this past September when I delivered both of the girls.  Priya Ann and Paisley Rose were born at 32 weeks.  Priya was born completely naturally weighing 4 pounds 8 ounces and 16 minutes later Paisley was born via emergency C-section weighing 4 lbs. 5 oz.  Neither of the girls needed oxygen support outside of the operating room!

        From day one in the NICU, we had breast milk supply issues. We even went as far as using the donated breastmilk bank to keep  them sustained while my production attempted to increase.  My OB put me on Reglan which is widely used as a galactogouge (A supplement or medication to increase lactation).  While being well known as a good option to increase supply, Reglan also carries some psychological side effects including anxiety and depression.  

        These were side affects which I unfortunately ended up with.  I had a panic attack while driving Chase (my 3 year old) to his preschool which was a scary moment for me.  Thank God that I was on the phone with my mom when it happened and she was able to calm me down.  These episodes continued for two weeks even after I got off the meds.
        EUPHORIC HERBALS generously provided us with the Dairy Fairy lactation capsules which I started taking the day they came in. The compound herbal formula is for mothers that experience low supply, little breast change prenatally or are just looking for an "extra boost". They contain USDA Certified Organic herbs like Goats Rue, Fenugreek, Alfalfa, Blessed Thistle, Fennel and Marshmallow Root.

        If taken as directed, 60 capsules will last approximately 15 days.  They have helped immensely as I saw a noticeable increase in about 3/4 days.  I take 3 pills a day and feel much more comfortable about what I am putting into my body for my little ones.  I also don't have to worry about the nasty side affects anymore!
Cost/Available to purchase:  $38 Dairy Fairy 120 Capsules http://euphoricherbals.storenvy.com/
Recommendation:  Yes!!! If you are looking to increase your supply, this is definitely worth a shot! These are an all natural solution and honestly not that expensive of a cost if you look at the price of prescriptions for this type of item.
Facebook:  Euphoric Herbal Birth

Giveaway:  Euphoric Herbals is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a bottle of the Dairy Fairy Capsules to try of their own!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. *Read my Disclosure

18 comments:

  1. My daughter is expecting my third grandchild very soon! She always breastfeeds and has had issues with her supply in the past. She also experienced some strange side affects from medications given to increase her supply. I would love to be able to give these to her!

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  2. I would give this prize to a dear friend of mine who is breast feeding her 4 month old.

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  3. This would be for my sister, the new mom.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  4. My son is 17 months now, but this is a product I wanted to try when he was an infant. I currently have several expecting friends and I would love to give this to them.

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  5. I'd love to try these. Currently 2 weeks PP with my second. With my first I struggled and had to give up around 3 months after exclusively pumping. My sons latch was god awful and I have IGT/hypoplasia to some degree its a newer condition affecting some women and now LCs are just starting to learn more. I'm praying I don't have problems this time!

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  6. I am not currently nursing as baby is due in March. I also have a friend who is struggling a bit so I will probably give these to her.
    me_juliet AT hotmail DOT com

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  7. I have a friend who will be nursing very very soon!

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  8. tiffany courtright(courtright1985@yahoo.com)February 2, 2014 at 8:48 AM

    I do not have a newborn but my best friend just gave birth on Jan 13th, 2014 and I would give them to her.

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  9. One of my best friends is becoming a first time mommy and is wanting to breastfeed while returning back to work. this would be perfect!

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  10. i have a co-worker that i would give this to, she is my best friend and she has a newborn.

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  11. I would like to give this as part of a baby shower gift as I am going to a shower next month. I wish I knew about this when I had my kids.

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  12. My son isn't a newborn, but I've noticed my milk supply decreasing now that he's eating more solid foods (he's 10 months old), so I'd like to try this for myself, as I'd like to continue nursing him for a while.

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  13. I would love to win this for my sister who has a newborn. Thanks for the chance!

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