6 Potent Herbs That May Boost Your Fertility

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By Hot Health September 12, 2016 18:16
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6 Potent Herbs That May Boost Your Fertility

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Herbs that help women with fertility

Infertility is not as uncommon as one might assume it to be. In the present time, the rate of increase of infertility cases is not that different from the other conditions. For couples who are trying to get pregnant or women who have always dreamed of being a mother, a problem like infertility can perhaps be heartbreaking and disappointing. But like there is a cure to almost every health condition, infertility can also be reversed. Before we begin to discuss the ways of enhancing fertility in women, let us understand some of the most basic causes which lead to infertility in women.

While infertility is a naturally occurring condition, there are certain factors that may cause infertility. Factors such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, hormone imbalance, high levels of prolactin, inadequate hormone production, absence of lutenizing hormone etc. affect the fertility conditions of women. However, a huge misconception that needs to be corrected is that the nutrition does not have any effect on the fertility. The kinds of food you subject your body to can have a considerable effect on the fertility levels. Poor nutrition—as much as you might refuse to believe it—plays an important role in giving rise to infertility. What is good news is that adapting to healthier diet can reduce the infertility.

Ancient herbs have been an effective remedy for a number of conditions long before the modern medicine came along. This is true even when it comes to inducing or promoting fertility in women. In fact many doctors recommend that natural supplements to aid in getting pregnant are better than turning to drugs and modern treatments. However, because each body is different, some herbs may have side-effects, or entirely negative effects on fertility, and for this reason, you must consult your doctor before you begin to take them in order to induce pregnancy.

Let us now look at some of the most popular natural herbs that help in enhancing fertility.


  • Red Clover

Scientifically known as Trifolium Pratense, Red Clover is perhaps the most effective herb when it comes to treating infertility. The herb has extensive purifying properties and highly-rich nutrient profile. Red Clover works by detoxifying the body of any and all environmental pollutants that cause hormone imbalance, menstrual irregularity, infertility, and sudden abortions. Its high nutrient profile aids in regulating the circulation throughout the body and increases the cervical mucus thereby decreasing vaginal dryness.

Dosage: It is recommended to drink two to four cups of the herb daily. You can consume it for around three to six months in preparation for pregnancy.


  • Maca

This is a root that has been applied to boost fertility for over 2,000 years. A number of studies have also revealed that this herb can potentially boost the sex drive of a person as well. The herb is rich in 30 different minerals and 60 different phytonutrients which improve the fertility in both females and males by regulating the hormonal balance and sexual functions in addition to the stamina.

Maca is available in the market as red, yellow and black maca. For women, red maca is recommended to improve fertility. Also, it is advised that you go for the raw maca as opposed to the gelatinized maca. Gelatinized maca lacks the important enzymes and nutrients which are important for enhancing fertility.

Dosage: Somewhere between 500 mg and 3,000 mg on a daily basis is recommended. It is important to note that you consume maca roots and not the stem or leaves.


  • Red Raspberry Leaves

Rubus Idaues are in fact a treasure for women in the fertility women. The herb is naturally rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and B vitamins. They act as a tonic to calm the uterus and strengthens the uterus and pelvic muscles. This particularly helps in reducing the risk of miscarriage.

Dosage: more than three cups a day are recommended.


  • Stinging Nettle

The herb works as a toning and nourishing agent for the uterus and supports healthy iron levels. It can potentially strengthen and enhance the functions of kidneys, liver and adrenal glands and therefore aids in maintaining healthy hormonal balance. The herb is a naturally rich source of chlorophyll and thus helps in detoxifying the body.

Dosage: It is recommended to drink one or two cups a day. The intake should start several months before trying to conceive in order to prepare the body for pregnancy.


  • Shatavari

Asparagus Racemosus is perhaps the oldest herb in the field of fertility. The herb has been used for several centuries as a hormonal regulator and a tonic for female reproduction. The herb enhances the fertility in both females and males by protecting the body against stress-inducing agents; supporting immune function and mucous membrane; and regulating the menstrual cycling.

Dosage: In the form of the capsule, consume around 1,000 to 2,000 mg per day and in the form of dried plant extract, somewhere between 4.5 ml and 8 ml should be fine.


  • Chaste Tree Berry

Commonly known as Vitex, Chaste Tree Berry is backed by science and research for being an effective fertility-inducing herb. The herb works by acting on the pituitary gland and optimizes the balance of fertility hormones and aids in ovulation. Moreover, it is one of the very few herbs that can be consumed till the end of the third month of pregnancy.

Dosage: It must be taken for at least 6 months to experience absolute effects. In the form of capsules, 30 to 40 mg throughout the day and in the form of tincture, 60 to 90 drops per day are recommended.

Hot Health
By Hot Health September 12, 2016 18:16
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