How YOU Use Them- Pregnancy & Nursing Formulas (Moms share how they have used TriLight’s Pregnancy & Nursing Formulas)

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As part of our “Item of the Month” this year we’ve been sharing a “How YOU Use It” post.  Many of our products are quite versatile and we love that you all help support one another by sharing ways you’ve found success with our formulas.   Obviously, our pregnancy and … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Red Root

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A favorite plant of Native Americans, red root has been used for medicinal purposes for quite some time.  Not only did Native Americans use the plant for medicinal use, they also burned the thick, woody roots when firewood was scarce.  During the civil war, soldiers and early Americans used the … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Yarrow

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This pretty plant is a favorite among both herbalists and birds!  Many birds use yarrow as a lining in their nest.  Use of this plant in nests helps to repel parasites and mosquitoes from the nest.  Humans have used yarrow for quite some time to stop bleeding and heal wounds. … Continue reading

National Breastfeeding Month Sale!

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We are celebrating National Breastfeeding Month with a sale! Save 25% on our two breastfeeding products PLUS all our pregnancy formulas!  through the end of August with code “BFMonth” MegaMam is traditionally used to increase milk supply and aid in relaxation and Mastitix is our Mastitis support formula. Nourish your … Continue reading

FAQ Answered- TriLight and Breastfeeding

Can TriLight formulas be used by nursing mothers?

It’s National Breastfeeding Month so we wanted to make sure to answer one of the top questions we get at TriLight We have a section that is specifically considered pregnancy safe here. As with anything, please check with your doctor if you have any other concerns or are taking another … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Chamomile {A Soothing Herb}

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Chamomile is known as one of the most popular teas in the world. Its wonderful calming nature has made it a common fixture in many bedtime routines. Just as Peter Rabbit’s mother gave him chamomile when he was feeling ill, it is commonly given to children for irritability or stomach … Continue reading