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Herbs to Help Fertility

on Sep 15, 2012

by Monica Scott

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Herbs to Help Fertility

If you wish to boost your fertility the all-natural way, try these top herbs to help yours and your partner's fertility.

Over the last couple of years, people have had an increased interest in the natural methods used to treat various health problems, including infertility in both men and women. The ancient healers knew a lot about the healing properties of various plants, and it seems that this information is brought to light once again. Below is a list of the best known and most used herbs to help fertility. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Red raspberry leaf

Red raspberry leaf is an excellent source of magnesium and calcium, two minerals that are very important for the health of a woman’s reproductive organs. Besides giving the uterus an increased resistance, red raspberry leaf is also used to diminish the unpleasant sensation of morning sickness during the pregnancy.

Nettles

Nettles contain important nutrients, such as iron and calcium, vital in helping the ovaries to produce healthy eggs. Folic acid, of a great aid in the egg’s implantation and cellular division, is also present in a considerable amount in nettles.

Vitex or chasteberry

Vitex or chasteberry is one of the most frequently used herbs to help fertility in women. It can be taken as a tincture, or it can be found as a component in many fertility supplements. Vitex plays an important role in reducing the abundant bleeding and regulating the frequency of ovulation and, at the same time, it is a great remedy for women who suffer from PCOS.

Damiana

Damiana is used to improve the quality of the reproductive material in both men and women. Usually, it is available as a tincture, but you can consume it as a tea as well. Damiana is very efficient, especially when it comes to regulating menstruation, but it is also used as an aphrodisiac.

Oatstraw

Oatstraw is also used in boosting the libido and improving the sexual performances of both men and women. It contains many substances that nourish the reproductive system, helping it to produce high quality eggs and sperm.

Red clover

Red clover purifies the blood and contains many substances beneficial for the health of the reproductive material in both men and women. The remedy produces the desired effects only if it is administered over a longer period of time, because it takes a while for it to build up in the body.

Maca

Maca is a root used since ancient times to increase the sperm count and to boost men’s libido. More recently, it was included in the treatment of some conditions that affect the health of the woman’s reproductive system, such as PCOS and endometriosis. Maca also improves the overall quality of the eggs, due to its rich content in important nutrients.

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Ms. Scott joined ConceiveEasy after working in prenatal obstetrical care for two years in a private practice before being promoted to Director of Nursing. She has a strong interest in women's health with an emphasis on promoting fertility awareness.

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  • siritaCharles

    my period is always on time, but this month i was 6 days late, it started on the 7th day. but my period is not the same as always. can i still be pregnant or should we keep trying? thanx

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    It may be possible that you are pregnant and what you described as your period could actually be implantation bleeding that happens 6-12 days after ovulation and signals the fertilized egg being implanted. You may also notice a pinkish or brownish discharge or ‘bleeding’, which is quite different from your usual menstruation. Taking a home pregnancy test will help confirm this matter. Seeing your doctor is also recommended for further confirmation.

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