Sell Breast Milk Online and Earn Up to $60 a Day
If you’re in good health and producing more breast milk than your baby consumes, you could make up to $20,000 a year selling breast milk online. That’s $60 a day!
How to Sell Breast Milk Online
One place to safely sell breast milk is Only The Breast – which is like the Craigslist of breastmilk exchanges. Head on over to their site and check it out. It’s free to post a classified ad, looking to buy or wanting to sell what they call “liquid gold.” Ebay and Craigslist prohibit the sale of “body parts or bodily fluids,” although ads have been known to turn up there. They’re usually flagged and removed.
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How Much Can I Earn Selling Breast Milk Online?
The demand is larger than you might think! And the supply is great enough that prices can remain reasonable.You can earn up to $60 a day (that’s $20,000 a year!) selling your breast milk.
Why Breast Milk?
It’s been debated, but at this point it seems that everyone’s onboard with the benefits of breast milk. I’m not here to shame anyone who isn’t able to produce enough. There are zillions of reasons that might happen. For me, my baby was over 10 pounds and had to have sugar water by bottle the first day of her life. For whatever reason, that caused me to never be able to produce as much as she needed and I had to supplement.
There are obvious health benefits. The Journal of Perinatal Education suggests that formula fed babies are more susceptible to illnesses such as asthma, eczema, allergies, diabetes and obesity. While breast milk contains the “perfect combination of proteins, fats, vitamins and carbohydrates,” according to the American Pregnancy Association. It also contains leukocytes, living cells that help fight infection.
But… Buying Breast Milk from a Stranger?!
Believe it or not, it used to be commonplace for women to nurse another mother’s baby. The practice was called wet nursing, and those who performed these services were called Wet Nurses. The practice ended around the turn of the century in 1900, but the idea is making a comeback since breastfeeding is back in the mainstream. Instead of physically nursing another mother’s child, today mothers are selling their breast milk online.
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