Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and Fertility

on Nov 08, 2012

by Michelle Pearson

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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and Fertility

Red raspberry leaf tea has been consumed for thousands of years, since the Greeks & Romans, and has long been known as a great reproductive aid.

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea has become one of the most popular herbal “fertility teas” that women are using to help aid in fertility. The red raspberry leaf is the green leaf that is found on the raspberry plant. It has been used for thousands of years, starting long ago with the ancient Greeks and Romans to cure various sicknesses and ailments. These days, it is a popular herbal treatment for fertility and can help with various problems throughout pregnancy. Read on to find out more about Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and if it can help you in your journey to get pregnant. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

How does it help me conceive?

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea is best used when trying to conceive, and then again at the end of pregnancy. Most doctors advise that you do not take it after you become pregnant, until the end of pregnancy, since it helps to “tone” the uterus and can help prepare you for labor. There are quite a few benefits for drinking Red Raspberry Leaf Tea when trying to conceive. Red Raspberry Leaf Tea is okay to drink for your entire cycle, not just at a certain time during the month. One of the benefits of this tea is that is strengthens the uterine lining and can help to lengthen the luteal phase of your cycle. Lots of health care professionals believe that Red Raspberry Leaf Tea can help prevent pregnancy complications and prevent miscarriage as well.

Vitamins and minerals benefit

Red Raspberry Leaf contains a ton of different vitamins and minerals that make conception easier. Some of those vitamins and minerals include vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B complex, vitamin A, calcium, iron, phosphorus and potassium, among many others as well. These vitamins and minerals help to strengthen and tone your uterus as well as improve your overall health and well being.

Easy to make

Making the tea is super easy and doesn’t take up much time. If you know how to make iced tea at home, you probably already know how to make Red Raspberry Leaf Tea. And it tastes great too! You can buy Red Raspberry Leaf Tea in capsule form, or in just regular loose leaf form. Some of it also comes in pre-bagged forms, and it is readily available online or at local health food stores everywhere. Make sure to talk to your doctor about whether or not you should continue to drink Red Raspberry Leaf Tea after you become pregnant.

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Michelle is a busy mother to 2 boys and a prolific vlogger on subjects ranging from practical how-to tips for moms to chronicling her own pregnancy week-by-week on her popular YouTube channel ImaMommyof1.

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  • Beth’sBaby

    I been trying to get pregnant since I was 16 and now I am two months away from my 21st Bday what could be going on?

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  • Kmkr2012

    I am in absolute love with red raspberry leaf tea. I was suffering from post-pill amenorrhea when before I had had regular period before the pill. I’ve only been drinking it since the middle of my last period, but I noticed an instant difference. My period, which was extrememly heavy at the time, began to lighten up and my cramps were gone. I also feel a lot of differences in my body from when my hormones were off and now when I feel the tea is helping to fix the issue. I am using this tea and will also start on FertileAid as well as FertileCM and Preseed. I am so much more optomistic about TTC now that I’ve noticed such a difference in myself since I started the tea. Thank you RRLT!

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Knowing that you have been trying to conceive for more than 2 years, there is a good likelihood that you might be experiencing underlying infertility issues. Getting pregnant can be due to various factors thus, it is best that you should try to consult your ObGyne for a preconception check-up in order to find out what stops you from conceiving. It is best that you have your partner’s sperm assess, for you to as well determine if he experiences infertility issues.

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  • Are we crazy?

    How do you feel about the “Luteal Phase Defect?” It is a controversial topic amongst doctors, some say it exists some say it doesn’t. I am 30 years old, healthy, no known fertility issues other than I ovulate around day 22/23 of a 33 day cycle giving me a luteal phase of only 10 days. My husband has also had his sperm assessed and he is as healthy as a horse also. With this being said we have been not trying, not protecting for 8 years and not so much of a late cycle for us. Recently we have started trying and the only oddity that we have is a luteal phase of only 10 days. Could this be the culprit of why we haven’t gotten pregnant? Does my ovulation seem a little later than it should be for a 33 day cycle? Thanks.

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  • confused! :/

    I’m 27 years old, I have never been pregnant or had a pregnancy scare. I havent really had a period in about 3 years(may be 2 periods in that time frame). I dont understand why! Will the red raspberry leaf technique help me?

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    You may have PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) which one of the symptoms include amenorrhea (cessation of menstruation). It is best that you consult with your doctor in order to determine the best course of management in order for you to be able to conceive.

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  • s baby

    I have a 7 year old son I got pregnant at the age of 18 now I am 26 years I was on Birthcontrol for about 6 years the patch I have been trying to conceive for over a year now what do you think is going on

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