Breastfeeding is an awe-inspiring process. Think about it: A Woman. Can. Feed. A. Child. With. Her. Body. Our bodies come with the ability — let’s just call it a superpower — to make milk, dispense it, and completely nurture another human. (Not to mention the ability to grow and give birth to one). But, sometimes the milk needs a little helping hand. That’s where glactagogues come in. We know what you’re thinking, but no: galactagogues are not a division of the new US Space Force. They’re actually herbs traditionally used to help stimulate a woman’s milk supply — and have been in use for centuries.