Herbs can be helpful with all aspects of fertility treatment. There are herbs that can help everything! Some of the most popular conditions that herbs are used for treating include; absent periods, increasing and improving cervical mucus, balancing oestrogen, sperm health and sperm count, PCOS, increasing libido, and poor egg health, among many others.
As said before, there are literally hundreds of herbs out there, and some of them have multiple benefits.
Maca Root is one of the most popular fertility herbs. Maca is a root-like vegetable that is found in Peru. Maca contains over 30 minerals and over 60 different phytonutrients, so it is easy to see how beneficial it can be! It is nourishing to the endocrine system of the body, and can help to balance out hormones in the body while it does not contain any hormones itself. It also increases energy, stamina and mental clarity. It supports the thyroid and helps improve sexual function. 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.
Dong Quai, with its funny name, is also one of the most popular herbs for fertility. Dong Quai is really helpful for a ton of fertility issues. One of its most popular uses is to help resume menstruation for women who are having trouble with their periods. It is often referred to as a “blood tonic” and it helps to improve blood flow and circulation all the way around.
Vitex or Chasteberry
Vitex is definitely a popular herb for fertility. It comes from a shrub found in Greece, and is one of the most popular herbs in the world. It doesn’t contain hormones, so it just helps to regulate and balance hormones that are naturally found in the body. Vitex really helps the pituitary gland, which is one of the “master glands” of the body. Vitex can increase progesterone and increase the luteal phase of the cycle, which is the cycle in which you can get pregnant. Vitex 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.
These are just three of the most important herbs for fertility, and there are many, many more. If you are looking for an inexpensive and natural way to boost your fertility, you might want to try to herbs.
These other herbs below are equally very good as well-
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 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.
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 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 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.
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