Teas containing any of the following herbs: Black Walnut,
Chickweed, Cocoa, Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum), Lemon Balm,
Oregano, Parsley (Petroselinum crispum), Periwinkle Herb (Vinca minor),
Sorrel (Rumex acetosa), Thyme and Yarrow.
Teas that are Safe to Drink while Breastfeeding (Also not a complete list)
Ginger tea, Linden flower tea, Orange peel & Citrus peel teas, Rose hip tea (contains extra vitamin C), Orange cinnamon tea, Lemon tea and Raspberry teas.
Herbal Teas Safe for Increasing Milk Supply
Organic mothers milk tea ~ Mother's milk tea ingredients: Mothers milk herbal tea contains fennel, aniseed, and coriander. Does mother's milk tea work? Organic mother's milk tea works really well for mothers who have periods of decreased milk supply, or for extra milk during nighttime nursing.
Fenugreek tea (large amounts may lower blood sugar levels).
Blessed thistle tea can be taken in small amounts.
Green tea and breastfeeding: Can you drink green tea while breastfeeding? Most green teas do contain caffeine, but you may be able to find green tea that is caffeine-free. High amounts of green tea are not recommended for breastfeeding women. This herb has not been tested for safety while nursing.
Fennel tea while breastfeeding: Small amounts are safe. If you are taking the fennel tea to help a gassy baby, you can read more on baby gas pain relief.
Feverfew and breastfeeding: Not enough information is available on this herb and it should be avoided while breastfeeding. Mothers might want to use this herb to relieve headaches and it is best to get the advice of a professional, or use something else in its place. Read more about headaches while breastfeeding.
Red raspberry leaf tea breastfeeding: This is a great tea for lactation ( increasing milk supply ) and contains loads of minerals.
Nettle tea breastfeeding: This herb is usually combined with other herbs to make lactation teas that increase milk supply.
Chamomile tea breastfeeding: Camomile tea is sometimes used to help a mother rest or sleep better and can even help calm a teething baby.
Make sure it’s decaffeinated. If it's not decaffeinated, you may drink three cups per day, depending on whether you are consuming other caffeine products like chocolate, coffee etc.