Postnatal tonic

YOU may decide to gulp it down or sip it slowly; take it neat, mix it with your drinks or in your food. Taken any which way, Benedictine D.O.M is versatile enough to accommodate different strokes for different folks. More often than not, the liqueur is popular among women post-pregnancy as the Chinese believe that it is poh (nourishing), and will strengthen and warm the body after the stress of childbirth.

Traditionally, women have been told that drinking the alcohol will help increase their milk supply and strengthen their baby, and many add it to their food during the confinement period, while others take it neat at night.

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