Forget about milk inducing drugs and exotic techniques: all it takes is stimulation! In the beginning, even without milk, relax and breast feed your partner, just as you would as if your breasts were full of milk. In time, your body will respond to the suckling by producing milk.
Women have successfully induced lactation with as little as two breast feeding sessions each day; however, the sessions do need to be at least 20 minutes long. Eight, 20 minute stimulation sessions each day is still optimum for inducing lactation, even without a reliable nursing partner. Quite simply put: your body will respond to the need for milk by producing milk! If you are breast feeding your nursing partner to induce lactation, his mouth should provide enough lubrication to prevent chaffing of the nipple and areola. If you have never been pregnant, and never had milk, the process may take a little longer. Mammary glands of a woman who has breast fed in the past are always be ready to produce milk again. After breast feeding for the first time, some women never completely dry up. Don't look for drugs or exotic techniques to inducing lactation: this simple technique of physical stimulation is all there is to successfully inducing lactation. Once past puberty: as long as a woman's mammary glands are healthy and have not been altered or surgically removed, a woman's breasts are completely capable of producing milk! The main obstacle that prevents a woman from producing milk when inducing lactation is not physical technique; it is psychological! The brain has to send an electrical signal, via the nervous system, to stimulate the mammary gland before the mammary gland will make milk!
If the brain perceives nipple and areola stimulation to be the need for milk, the brain will respond by sending an electrical signal, via the nervous system, causing the milk to letdown and the mammary glands to produce milk. The breasts will continue to make milk as long as the brain continues to send electrical signals, stimulating the mammary glands. Also if the brain perceives nipple and areola stimulation to be for both sexual pleasure and the need for milk, it will respond by creating both.
The physical technique of inducing lactation is very simple, however, creating the mental scenario that results in the brain stimulating the mammary glands into milk production is a little more involved. The secret to inducing lactation is creating a proper mental state that will cause the brain to stimulate the breasts to letdown, and mammary glands to make milk.