Herbs For Infertility – Can Herbs Naturally Improve Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant?

For many centuries before modern medicines were introduced, widely available herbs and homeopathic remedies were used to prevent illness and help restore a natural healthy function of your body.   Today, herbs and homeopathic remedies are known and proven to work as a natural way of regaining a healthy balance. Unfortunately, the pharmaceutical companies would like you to believe otherwise seeing as selling you their mass produced synthetic substitutes is a multi- billion dollar industry.

There are numerous causes for infertility in women including blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis or ovulation problems amongst many others.  Infertility is a complex problem and can vary from woman to woman as well as from couple to couple. However, many women, especially in eastern cultures, have used the aid of specific herbs to get pregnant with excellent results and without the cost or side effects often associated with fertility drugs.

Herbalists often take the approach to combat infertility by focusing on establishing normal hormonal functions, nourishing and toning the uterus, relaxing the nervous system, maintaining a healthy inner body balance and increasing sexual desire.  All this can be accomplished with herbs and homeopathic remedies which are extremely effective and healthier than our modern medicines prescribed today.

Here are some recommended useful herbs for women and men combating infertility problems.

Red Clover Blossom is a most useful herb in transforming infertility and problems with endometriosis. This herb is very valuable to the uterus due to it’s high vitamin and protein content. It is also high in calcium and magnesium which relax the nervous system and help promote fertility. Red Clover Blossom also contains nearly every trace mineral needed by the glands, and a daily infusion can help with fibroids and aid in a balance of hormonal functioning. 

Flaxseed Oil has wonderful benefits for men and women trying to conceive. Flax Seed Oil contains omega-6 and omega-9 essential fatty acids, B vitamins, potassium, lecithin, magnesium, fibre, protein, zinc and is considered to be nature’s richest source of omega-3 fatty acids. Nearly every system in the body can benefit from flax seed oil’s natural properties including the reproductive system. In men, the ingredients within flaxseed oil helps to keep the sperm healthy and may also help in regard to male impotence. For women, it help stabilize a woman’s estrogen-progesterone, improve uterine function and thus treat fertility problems.  Flaxseed oil is a great herbal supplement to consider taking when trying to promote fertility.

Dong Quai is extremely popular with women in Asian societies.  It has been used as a health tonic for many generations. In particular, dong quai has been used for the health of the reproductive system in females by regulating menstrual cycles and improving the overall health of the uterus. Women with endometriosis find significant relief of their pain when taking dong quai, especially when mixed with the herb chasteberry, black cohosh or ginseng.

Damiana Leaves act as a stimulant for the reproductive system, as well an aphrodisiac and an aid for impotence. This herb has been used traditionally for regulating the nervous system, balancing hormones and increasing sex drive. It’s aphrodisiac properties may be due to an alkaloid that acts like the male hormone testosterone which is associated with a heightened level of sex drive in both sexes.

Red Raspberry Leaf has a highly nutritive ingredient which aids in its ability to tone the uterus and muscles of the pelvic region. Red Raspberry is a powerful fertility-promoting herb, especially when used in combination with Peppermint which has the added benefit of serving as a sexual stimulant!
 
In addition to the herbs mentioned above, Nettle Leaves, False Unicorn Root, Green Tea, Chasteberry (Vitex), Black Cohosh, Evening Primrose Oil and Ginseng are also http://herbs4infertility.weebly.com/


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