The "golden rule of milk production" is that the emptier the breast is kept, the harder the body works to restock and the higher the rate of production.
Frequency days generally happen around two to three weeks, six weeks, three months, and six months, with baby usually returning to his previous feeding pattern in three to seven days.
By the end of that first month through at least the next five months, most babies are taking an average of about 25 ounces (750 milliliters) of milk per twenty-four hours. Babies under a month or who weigh less than 10 pounds (4,540 grams) often need less. An old rule of thumb is about 2.5 ounces (75 milliliters) of milk for every pound (454 grams) of body weight per twenty-four hours. Divide the total amount needed each day by the average number of feedings per day to determine the average amount baby needs at each feeding.
Brew 6 bags of Traditional Medicinals Mother's Milk tea plus 4 bags of Celestial Seasonings Wild Berry Zinger tea to make 3 quarts (2.8 liters). Pour into two 2-quart (1.9-liter) water bottles and drink throughout the day.
Note: I prefer the Mikkmaid tea better than Traditional Medicinals: