Hey Victoria. Congratulations!
I've been assured by books I've read and by my wonderful local lactation consultant that no food/drink/drug substances stimulate milk production. The one thing and only thing you need is frequent nursing. The action of the baby in nuzzling and suckling at the breast, plus the milk ducts emptying on a regular basis both work to tell the brain to make more milk. The absolute minimum is, I think every 1-2 hours or so for a newborn. If you nurse frequently, you're unlikely to have a problem.
Two sources I recommend:
1: The best book I've found is The Nursing Mother's Companion by Kathleen Huggins
2: A fabulous website is
to see a list of other great and trustworthy links.
Finally, if you feel your milk supply is really inadequate, find out if there is a licensed lactation consultant in your area. You might even be able to get some advice over the phone.