Herbs to Enhance Fertility

herbs in increase fertilityHerbs can be used to support your body’s natural fertility in a variety of ways.  If you visit http://natural-fertility-info.com/fertility-herbs, you will find an extremely detailed and lengthy list of fertility issues and herbs that can be used to treat them.  Below is a primer which will allow you see the wide variety of possibilities when it comes to this type of treatment.**

Fertility Issue

One Herb Used to Treat It

What the Herb Does

Estrogen imbalance Flax seed The lignans and fiber in flax seed help remove excess estrogen from the body.
Immune system imbalance Ashwagandha root This root supports the endocrine system and overall immune response.
Low libido (women) Damiana dried leaves and stems This increases circulation to the female reproductive system and also increases sexual pleasure.
Low libido (men) Muira Puama bark and root This supports fertility and a healthy erection in men.
Ovarian cysts Tribulus aerial parts and fruit This has worked to normalize ovulation in infertile women with consistent use.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Vitex dried berries This herb works to balance the hormonal feedback loop in women with PCOS, promoting ovulation and regular menstrual cycles.
Poor egg health Castor oil When applied as a pack to the abdomen, castor oil stimulates the lymphatic system, and can increase circulation and promote the healing of tissues and organs beneath the skin.
Progesterone imbalance Maca root This root works to balance the body’s estrogen and progesterone in both men and women.
Sperm count Goji berry dried fruit This berry, which is high in antioxidants, helps protect sperm from overheating, increases hormone levels, and increases sperm quality and quantity.
Uterine fibroids Dong Quai root This root increases circulation of fresh, healthy blood, which aids in removing excess tissue growth, healing tissue damage, and limiting the formation of scar tissue and adhesions.

 

**Please keep in mind that while we want you to be healthier and happier, our blogs and suggestions shouldn’t supersede that of your doctor’s advice.  Please consult your physician prior to adding any herbs to your daily diet.

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