Milke Medicine breastfeeding knowledge and resource


For the the pregnant or nursing mother

A natural health guide to safely support your immune system through common colds, flus, allergies, and UTIs

Being sick while making or feeding babies just plain sucks.

It should be illegal for mothers to get sick. 
But, since it’s not, let me show you the myriad of ways to help yourself.

 Illness while pregnant or nursing can feel so limiting – not knowing what you can or cannot do to help alleviate your symptoms and support your body. But really, there is a LOT you can take and do to aid this process.
It’s only a matter of time until you can learn this valuable, empowering health info to get you feeling better STAT.



Herbs + Supplements

There are many inctures, teas, syrups, and ciders that can help support your immune system and alleviate symptoms as your body heals. You'll learn about the targeted nutrients, cofactors, and nutraceuticals that aid in bringing the body back to a state of balance.

Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathy is very safe and can be used in every population, from day 1 of life until the end. It has a multitude of applications and works gentle on the bioenergetic field. This is a specific and powerful medicine that is highly valuable to learn about during your motherhood journey.

Creative Supports

Boosting the vitality of your pregnant or nursing body doesn't just mean taking supplements or medicines. You'll learn how to use water, steam, and sprays, as well as how to optimize your diet, sleep, and connection with nature during illness.

The Difference

Pregnant vs. Breastfeeding

Pregnancy is a protected, sensitive time period where we don’t have as many options to our disposal. We focus on supporting the foundations of health, and using the safe herbs and supplements we know we CAN use in pregnancy, wisely.

While there is still MANY things a pregnant woman can do to support her immune system, there are far more options for breastfeeding mothers.

Each section of the course will make it very clear which guidelines can work for both populations, and which are only for breastfeeding women.


Colds + Flus

Very common, especially when you enter a life with little children. Throughout your motherhood journey, you’ll likely run into several of these. This is the bulk of the course.


Specific to spring and fall for most, there are a few things that can help alleviate your allergy symptoms while pregnant or nursing that are safer than taking a medication.


While UTIs can be very serious, in mild cases there are ways to manage bacterial colonizations before the problem needs medication.


One-time payment
$ 67
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  • Downloadable slides for easy reference
  • Over 45 remedies and therapies
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Does this course cover XYZ illness?

While I don't organize the information for specific illness like adenovirus vs influenza, you will learn generally how to apply which remedies for various viruses, bacteria, and environmental allergies.

What if I'm only in the first trimester?

There are MANY options still available to you in the first trimester, and each remedy presented gives specific dosing based on trimester and age of nursing baby, where appropriate.

I am nursing a newborn, can I take anything mentioned here?

Absolutely. All remedies are listed clearly which populations (pregnant vs breastfeeding) they are appropriate for, and how to dose given the age of your baby.

Where can I order the supplements?

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Hi, I'm Dr. Morgan.

And I’ve been where you are four times now. 

Learning how to care for yourself when sick while pregnant and then nursing is an invaluable skill for your motherhood journey – because the world doesn’t slow down for you once you have children. We need to feel better as soon as we can, and recover quickly and fully. Motherhood doesn’t stop just because we aren’t feeling well.

As a naturopathic medical doctor and mother of four, I use my clinical education and personal experience to deliver effective natural health education for mothers and families in a way that is digestible and practical. I created this resource to guide you through these sensitive time periods – pregnancy and breastfeeding – when there is a lot of uncertainty about what is safe to take or do to support your immune system.