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Breast Milk on Craigslist!

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Now I can truly say I have heard it all. Breast Milk for sale on Craigslist! Really? Yes, really. Some woman (actually her husband) is selling frozen human breast milk for 25 cents an ounce.

Now I just could not resist putting in my two cents worth on this one. I am a mother of four. I breastfed all of them for over a year each knowing that it was what was best. My husband nor I were breast fed children, but I was compelled to do so and enjoyed all the benefits. And so did our children.

 

Here is the listing I found:

 

Human Breast Milk (*Lots*) (Frozen)

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Everyone already knows that breast milk is best. My wife has been overproducing for our new daughter; now I have 3 full freezers full of it that we won't use (with more coming.)

 

I'd like to sell this to anyone who would rather use real human breast milk than synthetic formula. They're frozen in 4 oz bottles, labeled with date of extraction. The earliest samples are from September 2002.

 

The mother has never used any tobacco products or alcohol. She does not drink coffee or soda, and hasn't been sick at any time during the extraction of the milk that is for sale.

 

If you're interested, let me know how much you'd like and what you're willing to pay. 25 cents per ounce seems reasonable to me. Note: this is not pastuerized milk-bank milk. Use at your own risk.

 

PostingID: 8072564

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I know formula is expensive. And we drink cow’s milk. But something about drinking another woman’s breast milk just doesn’t set right with me. Reminds me of the episode of Friends when Ross is shocked to see Phoebe drinking Carol’s breast milk. Ha.

My sister (also breast feds) suggested that at the very least they should donate it to the hospital for use with preemies. I mean the sentence “Use at your own risk,” should be warning enough for any shopper. But then again there are parents out there buying breast feeding baby dolls too.

 

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