Jungle Juice recipe

Jungle Juice Recipe For Increased Energy and Breast Milk Supply

Jungle Juice is a popular home made drinks recipe that is used for boosting milk supply, and for giving increased energy to breastfeeding moms and moms in labour.

It is also excellent for making sure you are properly hydrated thanks to the electrolytes in Rehidrat, which is essential for making enough milk, especially in the early days of breastfeeding.

Keep in mind that this recipe has high sugar content, so use it to increase your energy levels and breast milk supply when you are feeling low and run down, but take note it is not an every day drink. Check this jungle juice recipe with rooibos for a recipe with less sugar.

This is widely popular among moms, however there is no scientific proof that this works. Here’s the best jungle juice recipe:

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Jungle Juice Recipe For Breastfeeding

When I was breastfeeding my first baby I heard about jungle juice and I made it a few times. It tastes refreshing and gave me a wonderful energy boost when I really needed it. It is not easy to keep your energy levels up and to stay hydrated after the birth of your baby, especially when you are a breastfeeding mom. This jungle juice helped me with my energy levels and milk supply.

Jungle Juice Recipe

Ingredients


Method

It is a super simple jungle juice recipe to make, simply add all the ingredients to the cooled water and mix well, then pop it in the fridge to chill before drinking.

If you want to go for a more jungle juice cocktail recipe add in some fruit, lemon, or mint when you drink it. Mix it up and make it your own version.

Jungle Juice must be kept in the fridge and used within 24 hours

There are also plenty of other ways to increase your breast milk supply with drinks, foods and teas.

Lacation Cookies

Lactation cookies are all the rage. You can easily make your own or buy some from a specialist store. These are really convenient to keep in your bag while you are on the go when you need a snack.

Herbal Teas That Increase Breast Milk

Drinking lots of fluids is important to stay hydrated while breastfeeding. Herbal teas are a fantastic option to keep you hydrated and boost your milk supply. There are tea blends specially made for breastfeeding moms to increase milk supply, however, teas like chamomile, fenugreek, fennel, goat’s rue, red raspberry leaf, and blessed thistle are all fantastic for lactation.

Breastfeeding Shakes

Shakes are a great way to get in plenty of good nutrition while breastfeeding. You can add in fruit, leafy greens, vegetables, and plenty more in a shake. They are quick and easy to make and can be super delicious. Here are some great breastfeeding shakes for increasing your milk supply.

You will want to focus on getting in galactagogues (food that boost lactation). Try to include galactagogues such as papaya, carrots, beets, dark leafy greens, fennel and fennel seeds, legumes, brewers yeast, flax seeds, and almonds.

Have you tried this jungle juice recipe or something similar? Did it work well for you too?

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26 comments

  1. This sounds interesting, I would like to try it. But I’m wondering what the rescue remedy does! Also what is schlehen berry elixier and where do I get it??

    • Rescue remedy is I believe a herbal calming remedy. The Berry Elixir you can get from a pharmacy. I got it at Saldanha Pharmacy, but I am sure they have it at one of the Langebaan ones. If they don’t they can probably order it in for you.

    • I have enough hehehehehe….Dont think I need any more 🙂

    • I have used jungle juice before but had no idea that it can be made with rooibos!

      Definitely giving the rooibos a try as I rely on jungle juice for milk supply and energy on those loomey days.

  2. Sunette de Meyer

    My friend brought me this with my first baby. It was good for milk supply but when I did drink it I noticed it burned more when I went to the toilet,, as I had an episiotomy..as if it was more acidic.. When I just had water It was better

  3. I had jungle juice and it helped with my energy levels for sure and am still breastfeeding my 7 month old boy

  4. I also drank jungle juice.
    The 10 drops of rescue i would put in my glass of jungle juice not in the bottle and must say it kept me calm.

  5. It’s definitely helped me. For anyone wondering, you can get all the ingredients at Clicks.

    • Thanks Anneli, I didn’t know all the ingredients could be found at Clicks. I remember a pharmacy having to order in some of the ingredients for me!

  6. Lynn. I always ass one calc-vita in my mix and i use a 2 liter water and i have a overflow of breast milk after that. I love jungle juice!!

    • Sorry!!!! Add not ass oh goodness this auto correct is embarrassing!!!! Sorry!!!?

      • Lynne Huysamen

        LOL I also find the auto correct on my phone terrible! I am always sending the strangest messages.

        Thanks for adding (or assing) your special twist to Jungle Juice, I am sure the breastfeeding moms will find it really useful 🙂

  7. Lol how embarrassing ?

    • Lynne Huysamen

      Yes I have been wondering how I can add in a setting so that members can edit their posts…. hmmmm @abid what do you think? Is it possible to make it so that members can edit their comments?

  8. Wow i didnt know that,but now that i know when am breasfeeding i will make sure i will make the jungle juice in my house this is useful tip.

  9. This is a good recipe thanks for sharing it will surely save this post for a later use

  10. This sounds like a tasty juice recipe something to try and you can change it also but sound perfect like it is and to be tried out.

  11. Never knew this exists to get more breastmilk. But I never had a problem with milk supply

  12. This is amazing thanks for this

  13. Could the fact that I never had colostrum be the reason why I did not produce enough milk? Nothing helped and had to go to the Dr for pills and it was only then I was able to produce

    • Lynne Huysamen

      I don’t know why, I’ve heard lots of people say that all women will get milk… however my mother did not produce any milk for me or my two sisters and she gave up. My older sister was also unable to breastfeed but I am not sure of the details – she did have a breast reduction in her early twenties that may have caused complications.

  14. i have tried this when i had my baby but it never helped wonder what i did wrong

  15. Sound like a great juice would like to give it a try

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