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Alternative Infant Formula Milk

 

Breastfeeding is the natural way a baby derives nutrition and bonding (emotional, etheric, psychological, physical, etc.) from its mother. The nipples do not just allow milk to be obtained, but energy as well, as both nipples have chakras. These nipple chakras store all the information a mother has for her baby. Chakras are diskettes of information so a baby receives maternal information from the nipples of the breast as well as nutrition in the form of milk.



It is for this reason synthetic milk (derived from animal milk) should not be given to any child, especially the child of a conscious parent. Mother’s breast milk has EVERY single nutrient a newborn baby needs and requires and no other milk comes close (except for the alternative milks described later on in this article).



It is errant to give a human baby cow’s milk. The first thing that physically develops in a human baby is the brain, whereas the first thing to physically develop in a baby cow is the skeletal structure and system.



Mother’s breast milk is loaded with nutrition: minerals, trace elements, essential fatty acids, amino acids (protein), so-called vitamins and B-vitamins.



When a baby breast feeds from day one, it receives COLOSTRUM that activates the baby’s immune system and helps to boost and fortify the baby’s natural defenses against disease.



Breastfeeding also helps to strengthen the baby’s aura. When a woman breast feeds her baby, it strengthens her aura as well as the baby’s aura. In fact, when and while breastfeeding, mother and child actually share the same aura. This is why a woman must keep herself energetically or vibrationally clean and pure so as not to taint her baby’s aura or even her breast milk, as all thought and emotion is chemical and registers a chemical reaction So always keep calm and have positive thoughts and emotions while breastfeeding.



Truly, breastfeeding is an art, craft, and science!



Alternative Milks



You can make healthy and wholesome alternative milks for your baby from Nature’s fruits, seeds, nuts, and grains such as hemp, rice, almonds, oats, cashews, walnuts, banana, coconut, and dates to name a few. Sea moss (or seaweed) is added for nutritional content and a little maple syrup for sweetness.



GENERAL MILK DIRECTIONS



NOTE: If using grains, seeds, and nuts, allow them to soak over night.

Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

Take one (1) cup of your milk alternative base, i.e. hemp, almond, rice, cashews, shredded coconut, etc. and add to water in blender.

Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender (except if you are using dates for your base as dates are already sweet).

Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

Now you can add as much milk as necessary to a baby bottle for your baby.

Alternative Milk Recipes

You can use as much water as you deem necessary to make a milk to your liking if the 2 cups of water is not enough based upon your discretion.

“Almond Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw almonds to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of almonds and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Cashew Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw cashews to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of cashews and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Hemp Seed Milk” (The Best milk!)

1. Allow organic, raw hemp seeds to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of hemp seeds and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Walnut Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw walnuts to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of walnuts and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Oat Milk”

1. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

2. Take one (1) cup of oats and add to water in blender.

3. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

4. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

5. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

6. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

7. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

8. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

9. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

10. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Banana Milk”

1. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

2. Take one organic, raw ripe banana, slice it up, and add to water in blender.

3. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender. NOTE: You may not need maple syrup if banana is overly ripe. Use your discretion here!

5. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

6. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and
no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

7. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

8. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

9. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Coconut Milk”

1. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

2. Add 2 cups of thinly sliced or shredded raw coconut to water in blender.

3. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to  use) to contents of blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender. NOTE: You may not need maple syrup if banana is overly ripe. Use your discretion here!

5. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

6. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

7. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

8. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

9. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Rice Milk”

1. Allow organic brown rice (short or long grain version) to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of organic brown rice and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

NOTE: If you choose to use cooked rice, do not add anything (i.e. salt, sugar, butter) to rice. Uncooked rice is better! Do not use white rice as it is devoid of nutritional content!

“Date Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw dates to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take six (6) dates and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

6. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

7. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

8. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

9. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

10. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

NOTE: You can use less or more dates based upon your discretion as dates can be very sweet.

“Pepitas (Pumpkin Seed) Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw pepitas to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of pepitas and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Hazelnut (Filbert) Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw hazelnuts to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of hazelnuts and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Flax Seed Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw flax seeds to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of flax seeds and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours.

“Sesame Seed Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw sesame seeds to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of sesame seeds and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours

“Soy Milk”

1. Allow organic, raw non-GMO soybeans (nuts) to soak over night.

2. Add two (2) cups of good water (preferably alkaline or spring water) to a blender.

3. Take one (1) cup of soybeans (nuts) and add to water in blender.

4. Add one (1) teaspoon of sea moss or any good seaweed (i.e. Irish Moss, Iceland Moss; these are best to use) to contents of blender.

5. Add one (1) tablespoon of Grade B or C maple syrup (organic is best) to contents of blender.

6. Add a very thin slice of banana (size of a quarter coin) to contents of blender.

7. Blend all contents of blender for approximately one (1) minute.

8. Pour contents through a strainer or cheesecloth (so as to only have liquid and no left over pulp substance) in a bowl.

9. Pour contents (milk) of bowl into a container.

10. Pour necessary amount into baby bottle.

11. Refrigerate leftover milk and use within 48 hours

NOTE: GMO = genetically modified organism

Warming Up Baby Formula or Alternative Milk

Do not use a microwave oven to warm up baby formula or alternative milk. It changes the molecular structure of everything that goes into them.

Always use your stove top to warm up your baby’s milk. Use a small non-aluminum/non-Teflon coated pan (like stainless steel pan) to warm up the milk. Don’t let the milk get too warm. Just warm enough for the baby to drink (around 98.6 degrees).

The best temperature for the baby’s alternative milk is 98.6 degrees because this is your natural body temperature as a human being and when your baby is on the breast, this is the temperature of the milk, so keep the temperature the same with your alternative milk.

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Galactagogue is a word that refers to “an agent that increases and enhances the flow of mother’s milk from the breasts.” For health edification purposes, “galactagogue” also pertains to lactation.

Galactagogue herbs include:

    •    Red Raspberry Leaf
    •    Irish Moss
    •    Alfalfa
    •    Iceland Moss
    •    Coriander Seed
    •    Lemongrass
    •    Watercress
    •    Hemp seeds
    •    Red Clover Tops
    •    Lemon Verbena
    •    Milkwort
    •    Saw Palmetto Berries
    •    Basil
    •    Motherwort
    •    Borage
    •    Anise Seed
    •    Fennel Seeds
    •    Black Seed
    •    Fenugreek Seeds
    •    Dill Seed
    •    Abutilon
    •    Wild Lettuce
    •    Blessed Thistle
    •    Chaste Tree Berries
    •    Marshmallow (Althea)
    •    Blue Cohosh

I would suggest you mix 3-5 of the above herbs (in cut and sifted form) and make as a tea and drink throughout the day as much as you like.

Abstain from consuming herbs of Black Walnut Hulls and Sage while breastfeeding as these two herbs are anti-galactogogue and inhibit the secretion of breast milk. Only consume these herbs if you wish to dry up your breast milk.

Crystal elixirs can also serve as galactogogue agents. The following crystals can be added to a glass of distilled or alkaline water and allowed to sit overnight (preferably exposed to moonlight) and drank later on throughout the day:

    •    Moonstone
    •    Blue Chalcedony
    •    Selenite
    •    Okenite
    •    Pink Chalcedony
    •    Chiastolite (a/k/a Andusalite)

You can drink one ounce once or twice a day. Bottle the rest in a dark colored bottle (amber or cobalt colored) and store in a cool and dark place.


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