Answer: Hi.. Dear after reading your query, I am not sure you want to eat lotus seed (makhana) yourself, or you want to introduce it to your baby, who has completed six months of his/her age. Anyways, you can have it, it is a rich source of nutrients. Also, you can give it to your baby, but make sure that baby has smooth bowel movements with constipation, as it is rich in fibers.
Answer: Hi dear,
Yes,you can .it is safe even during breastfeeding.
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