Beef Liver

Beef liver is a nutritional powerhouse, especially beneficial for pregnant women and those in postpartum recovery. Rich in iron, it plays a crucial role in supporting proper iron levels, maternal energy, and aiding in the development of the fetus. It's also an good source of folate, vital for fetal neural development and reducing the risk of birth defects. Beef liver's vitamin A content supports the immune system and vision development in the fetus while contributing to the mother's overall health.

Fish Eggs

Fish eggs, or roe, are highly nutritious and beneficial during pregnancy and postpartum. They are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, crucial for the baby's brain development and the mother's mental well-being. These fatty acids also aid in fetal eye development and can support emotional health during postpartum. Additionally, fish eggs are a good source of vitamin D and B12, supporting bone health and energy levels for both mother and baby. 


Oysters are particularly high in zinc, a vital mineral for immune system support and supporting healthy cell division, which is critical for fetal development. Oysters also provide a high concentration of Vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, essential for supporting the baby's brain and retinal health. Oyster's can support low iron levels and increased blood volume, essential for nurturing the growing fetus. Oysters also contain copper and iodine, which support fetal brain development and thyroid function—key for maintaining maternal energy levels and metabolic rate. 


Colostrum, the first form of milk produced after birth, is packed with antibodies and immune-boosting properties, making it incredibly beneficial for both the mother and the baby. For pregnant women, it can help support a strong immune system, while for newborns, it lays the foundation for a robust immune response. Rich in growth factors, it also supports healthy development and can aid in postpartum tissue repair. 

Bone Marrow

Bone marrow is a valuable source of lipids and collagen, which are essential for the development of the fetal skeletal system and the mother's bone health. It also provides an array of minerals like calcium and phosphorus, crucial for supporting strong bones and teeth in the fetus. For postpartum mothers, the nutrients in bone marrow can support in their recovery and replenish nutrient stores. 

Black Haw

Black Haw is traditionally used for its uterine relaxant properties, making it valuable during pregnancy to support a mother during delivery. Its antispasmodic properties can also support soothing menstrual cramps postpartum. Rich in plant-based compounds, it can support overall uterine health, contributing to a smoother pregnancy and recovery period.


Dandelion is a gentle yet effective nutrient source, particularly beneficial for liver health and fluid balance in pregnant women. Its high vitamin A and C content support immune health and fetal development. The potassium in dandelion helps support balanced blood pressure levels. For postpartum mothers, dandelion can support with recovery and replenishment of nutrients.


Magnesium supports the structural development of the fetus by contributing to the building of healthy bones and is involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions, including those required for DNA synthesis and muscle relaxation. Magnesium helps support balanced blood sugar levels and can support normal blood pressure. For mothers, magnesium can support a restful night's sleep. Additionally, its mood-stabilizing properties can be beneficial in managing emotional fluctuations during pregnancy and postpartum. 

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