Hello again JustBeMama!!
The Bun-O-mathri is awesomely baked mathri not the fried ones keeping in mind for the health of a mother which I liked alot and I personally gave it a name i.e. Chatak Matak Mathri with lots of healthy ingredients like Amaranth, seeds, makhana etc with a tint of chaat masala and Amchur. It also helps me to subside my hunger especially during evening when I want to eat all junk and unhealthy food but this mega pack of Bun-O-mathri subsidies all my hunger and cravings in a very healthy way for me as well as for my baby.
Thank you JustBeMama for love and care you put in... Best wishes💞
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the cookie has 2 galactagogues - Oats & Halim ( Gardencress seeds) which act like catalysts to boost breastmik production, provided you are also effectively removing milk & emptying your breasts via breastfeeding or pumping at least 6-8 times a day
In Ayurveda, jaggery is considered important for postpartum healing due to its various benefits:
- Iron Content: Jaggery is a rich source of iron, which is essential for replenishing iron stores in the body that may be depleted during childbirth and pregnancy.
- Energy Boost: Postpartum women often experience fatigue, and jaggery provides a natural energy boost due to its carbohydrate content.
- Blood Purification: Ayurveda suggests that jaggery helps in purifying the blood, which can be beneficial for postpartum recovery.
- Digestive Aid: Jaggery is known to aid digestion and alleviate constipation, which is a common concern during the postpartum period.
- Rich in Nutrients: It contains various vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, potassium, and vitamins, contributing to overall postpartum health.
- Lactation Support: Some traditional beliefs suggest that jaggery can support lactation, providing additional nourishment for breastfeeding mothers.