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10 best herbs to boost female fertility

stephany By On 09/04/2020 at 17:52

In Female Infertility

If you are dealing with infertility and looking for ways to boost it naturally, you have come to the right place. The fertility of a woman is interrupted by many factors such as uhealthy lifestyle, uterine diseases; blocked tube, adenomyosis, uterine polyps, ovarian cyst, and so on, thyroid diseases, obesity. 
To be on the safe side it is advisable to first treat the underlying health condition that is affecting your fertility and on time to avoid severe cases.  However, there are lots of herbal medicine to helop boost your fertility. 




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Birthing a child is the dream of every women but at times our uterus develops issues that hinders fertility. However, africandoctor has found the best medicinal plant to help you solve any uterine disease such as adenomyosis, endometriosis, uterine polypssevere abdominal pain, dyspareunia, anovulation, abnormal menstrual cycle and amenorrhea linked to infertility so you can experience the joy of a mother. The constituents of this tisane allow it to regulate your menstrual cycle and dispose any problem that may lead to infertility. Some of the plants that make this possible  are Cloves and Acridoscarpus, these are very powerful plants, the mixture of these plants with other secret herbs have made this possible.

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  • Black cohosh racemose

The best remedy for: hot flashes and night sweats.

This is one of the most studied and possibly the most popular remedies for hormonal hot flashes and night sweats associated with menopause. However, despite all the research, no one knows for sure the mechanism of its action. One long-standing theory claims that the black cohosh racemose stimulates the production of estrogens, the lack of which causes unpleasant symptoms of menopause. Other studies claim that the plant does not increase estrogen levels, but reduces the number of other hormones that cause hot flashes of sweating.


20 mg twice daily in tablet form, or as indicated on a package containing dried root.

For any liver disorders or taking any drugs that are harmful to the liver (hypotoxic), black cohosh should be discarded. Do not take during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

  • Fruits of the Abraham Tree, or Vitex Sacred

The best remedy for premenstrual syndrome.

Relieves irritability, mood swings and headaches. The Abraham tree also helps to regulate and normalize the menstrual cycle itself in cases of amenorrhea (absence of menstruation for six months or more), too frequent menstruation and symptoms of premenopause and menopause. Perhaps the secret of the effect of the fruits of the Abraham tree is that they lengthen the luteinization phase of the menstrual cycle (the period between ovulation and menstruation).


1-2 capsules with powder, which should be equivalent to the content of 0.6% acubin (the active ingredient of Vitex fruits), since with different types of processing the content of this active substance in 1 g of herbal substance can vary. It is preferable to take Vitex in capsules, because at the same time they must be washed down with at least 700 ml of water per day, and it is difficult to properly proportion with direct brewing of the plant as a medicinal tea. An alternative is tincture from the fruits of the Abraham tree, 40-80 drops per day.

Occasionally, a herbal preparation can cause a skin rash. It should not be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The berries of the Abraham tree may not be compatible with some sedatives.

  • Cranberry

Best remedy for: urinary tract infections.

The likelihood of developing a urinary tract infection in women is higher than in men. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Liver and Kidney Diseases (USA), one in five women must catch a similar infection throughout their lives. Most inflammatory diseases develop due to the excessive reproduction of E. coli in the urethra (urethritis) and / or bladder (cystitis).

Cranberries do not allow bacteria to adhere to the walls of either organ, making it difficult for bacteria to develop. However, it does not kill bacteria - if they have already settled, only the medicines prescribed by the doctor can bring the final cure.


1 tbsp. diluted with 30-50% cranberry juice per day, and even better - eat a glass of cranberries whole, with the skin - it is very useful. Unsweetened cranberry juice is too sour, it can be drunk in its pure form 1-2 tbsp. l in a day. If you take cranberry extract in capsules or tablets, the effect is much weaker.

If you suffer from heartburn (or gastrointestinal reflux), a stomach ulcer or a duodenal ulcer, acid can aggravate your symptoms.

Angelica officinalis

The best tool for the overall health of women.

Also known as angelica root, this Chinese plant is often called "female ginseng" for its effectiveness in treating irregular periods, fatigue, premenstrual irritability and anxiety. Scientists have not yet understood the mechanism of its action. In traditional Chinese medicine, angelica officinalis is used in combination with other herbs to strengthen the blood of people with excess yin energy. In accordance with ancient practice, women usually have more yin (female) energy than yang (male), although each person’s body always has both types of energy - female yin and male yang.


Prescriptions in Chinese medicine are always selected individually for the patient, so it is better to consult a specialist, especially since angelica officinalis is always taken in combination with other herbs. It is part of some ready-made Chinese products to improve blood composition. If, however, you want to take angelica yourself, then brew 1 tsp. chopped root in 250 ml of boiling water for 10-20 minutes, then drink as tea or take 2-4 ml of tincture daily.

Do not take angelica vulgaris during pregnancy - it can stimulate uterine contractility. Angelica can also cause diarrhea and / or increased gas formation in the intestines. If you take anticoagulants, angelica should not be treated!


The best way to protect the heart.

According to the American Association of Cardiology, in developed countries, about twice as many women died from heart diseases and angina attacks than from all forms of cancer, including breast cancer. There is one reason: high cholesterol. After 45 years, women are more likely than men to have elevated blood cholesterol levels. Flaxseed, rich in omega-3 alpha-linolin fatty acid, can help lower it.

You can use flaxseed flour (20 g per day), which reduces the content of "bad" cholesterol in the blood and improves the overall proportion of different types of cholesterol.

1 tbsp. l Flaxseed contains 9 g of protective omega-3 fatty acid, and 2 tbsp. l flour from it contains 4 g of fiber, which is also beneficial for the health of the heart and blood vessels - this is almost 20% of the daily norm. Lignins, which are a special type of fiber found in flaxseed, also serve as prevention of breast and prostate cancer. However, lignins are absent in flaxseed oil.


1-5 Art. l Flaxseed flour per day. You can mix it into porridge, granola, yogurt, etc. Flaxseed oil should be stored in the refrigerator so as not to get rancid. It must be added to salads and can not be used for frying.

Flaxseed and its oil are safe if consumed in regular amounts, however, can cause a laxative effect.


It helps everyone with migraines.

According to the National Headache Research Organization, about three times as many women than men suffer from migraines. Girl feverfew relieves the nausea and vomiting that occurs with this exhausting headache. The active component of the plant is parthenolide, which reduces neurogenic inflammation and prevents the narrowing of blood vessels.

The plant comes from southern Europe. The feverfew is a photophilous, and also quite cold-resistant perennial plant. At home he is assigned a sunny place with calcareous, medium fertile soil.


100 to 150 mg of dried leaves or 2.5 fresh leaves per day (with or after meals). Girl's feverfew extract will help halve the frequency of migraines. It may take 4 to 6 weeks to achieve the effect.

You can not take feverfew pregnant. Do not combine with taking anticoagulants. Sometimes a side effect occurs in the form of sores on the oral mucosa. Girl feverfew can also increase the sensitivity of the skin to the sun.

Turmeric is long

The best remedy for rejuvenation and general prevention of inflammation.

Curcuminoids, the active compounds that give turmeric its bright golden color, have long been known as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. For women with breast cancer, curcumin may be especially beneficial. The substance helps prevent metastases, even after a failed treatment with tamoxifen. In women with HER-2-positive breast cancer, curcuminoids also have an effect similar to chemotherapy with herceptin.


It is best to consume curcumin in the form of a natural turmeric spice in curry and other types of food. If you are not a fan of Indian cuisine, take curcumin in capsules daily, the content of curcuminoids should correspond to 95 - this is 1 capsule per day.

Side effects are rare, but include bloating, diarrhea, and heartburn. You should give up turmeric if you are taking anticoagulants.

Green tea

The best way to prevent cancer.

Numerous laboratory studies on cell cultures and animals have shown that green tea has chemopreventive properties. For example, it can prevent the growth of a breast cancer, especially in the early stages. And in the most recent laboratory study conducted in China in 2006, they found that the main constituent of green tea, an antioxidant called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), causes breast cancer cells to self-destruct.

EGCG blocks the germination of blood vessels in the tumor, thus depriving cancer cells of nutrients.

EGCG seems to bind a specific protein that is present in every cell in the body, which prevents it from further transmitting signals that trigger the cancer development process: cancer cells have a higher level of this protein than usual.


Drink 6 to 10 cups of natural green tea per day. The drink should be natural, not processed in order to reduce the caffeine / tannin content - removing stimulants from tea reduces its chemoprotective potential.

Ginger officinalis

The best remedy for nausea and inflammation of the joints.

Ginger is effective in treating nausea and vomiting caused by any reason - from pregnancy and PMS to menopause and simply upset nerves. It can also treat nausea caused by anesthesia, motion sickness, and chemotherapy. Ginger also contains substances that penetrate the joints and relieve the inflammatory process.

Ginger rhizome contains 1-3% of essential oil, which includes gingerol (1.5%), phenol-containing substances, resins, starch, sugar, fat. Ginger is used to stimulate the stomach and intestines, improve appetite.


250 mg of dried ginger 4 times a day. Cooking with this spice can also help.

Ground ginger can cause flatulence (bloating) or dyspepsia (indigestion).


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