Natural Fertility Supplements and Remedies

Natural Fertility Supplements and Remedies

If you are considering alternative options for increasing your ability to conceive, natural fertility home remedies should be your first choice. Although conventional medicine has its own benefits, it may also present drawbacks, like side effects and high costs. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Natural fertility remedies have many advantages:

They are very effective in treating and preventing chronic diseases;
They are the best solution for unexplained infertility, as they can address more fertility disorders at the same time;
They can be easily applied at home;
They have less dangerous side effects than chemical drugs – or no side effects at all.

The most common natural alternatives of treating infertility in women are: fertility supplements, herbal medicine, fertility therapies and a healthy lifestyle. Let’s take a closer look at each of them.

Fertility Supplements

Fertility supplements are a great all-natural alternative to expensive fertility drugs and treatments. Acting much like an herbal remedy or vitamin regime, fertility supplements like Fertibella Conceiveeasy makes the process easier by combining all of the best fertility-boosting herbs, minerals, and vitamins into just the right blended tablet.

One tablet a day, and you begin boosting all aspects of your fertility immediately, from increasing cervical mucus to stimulating ovulation. Fertibella is a great natural fertility remedy, affordably priced and even available at this time to try Months 1 & 2 for free.

Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine has an important role in treating infertility in women, by ensuring the proper hormonal balance, stimulating ovulation and sex drive and cleansing the uterus. Herbal remedies are based on plants and plant extracts and have been proven effective since ancient times. They are especially popular in traditional Chinese medicine.

Almost any fertility disorder can be treated with the help of plant’s leaves, flowers, berries or roots. The most known herbal remedies for treating infertility are based on Red Clover, Red Raspberry leaves, False Unicorn root, Maca root, Vitex, Evening Primrose Oil, Nettle leaves, Milk Thistle, Dandelion root and Dong Quai root.

Fertility Therapies

Fertility therapies like yoga and acupuncture have gained more and more popularity in Western medicine in the past several years. Yoga can be practiced to prepare the body for conceiving and for pregnancy. It will help you regaining the balance between body and mind, but also between various functions of the body, including sexual function. There are certain yoga poses that strengthen the endocrine and the reproductive organs.

Acupuncture, combined with moxibustion, has great results in healing fertility disorders by increasing blood circulation to the pelvis, normalizing the menstrual cycle and the hormonal balance.

Healthy Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle is crucial for conceiving. This includes balanced nutrition, a proper amount of exercise and giving up on bad habits like smoking, drinking alcohol and coffee, or using recreational drugs. A complete diet should include iron for ovulation, calcium for a healthy menstruation and folic acid for birth defects’ prevention.

A fertility diet should be based on vegetables and fruits, seeds and whole grains. The anti-nutrients found in processed foods will have a bad effect on the hormonal balance. Exercising has multiple benefits as well: strengthening the muscles, increasing blood circulation to the reproductive organs, detoxifying the body and improving the mental and emotional state.

Try these remedies and you will significantly improve your chances of conceiving, without having to resort to chemical-based drugs.

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Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)