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Breastfeeding is a beautiful exchange of life between a mother and child, but it can also have adverse affects on a woman’s breast. Over time, it may become more difficult to produce a proper amount of breast milk, but home remedies like the use of parsley can help with this. By directly applying parsley leaves to the breasts, the minerals, nutrients and organic compounds of parsley can stimulate breast milk production, while also helping to eliminate any pus from the area around the nipple, which can occasionally be released. This will prevent infection, while also optimizing breast milk production and nutrient transfer. Protection Status
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