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Female Infertility


Infertility is defined by the fact that a couple has not conceived after trying for more than one year.  Herbals are often used to balance hormones and assist with conception.  Of course, there are other things that will help contribute to your success    Balanced hormones means that you not only reduce the risk of miscarriage but also that you can minimise many of the symptoms that pregnancy pre-disposes us to.

The ideal starting point for both parents is to be as healthy as possible before conceiving.  Your body needs time to adjust to your improvements so it is probably ideal to start three to six months before.

Preparing your body before pregnancy is the best head start in life that you can give your child. Studies show that low birth-weight of offspring can be produced by damage to the germ cells (ova) before conception by chemicals, radiation or nutrient deficits (Ikeh-Tawari, 2013). Mothers of low birth-weight babies, when compared to those of normal birth-weights, commonly have diets that are low in protein and nutrient density. So it is important to eat a healthy and well balanced diet.

This is the best time to change lifestyle habits such as tobacco, alcohol and coffee. Also avoiding refined sugar will best help your pancreas to deal with pregnancy. Increase vegetables and fruits in your diet and be sure to make sure you eat a good amount of fibre and make sure your protein intake is adequate.

The following herbal is aimed to balance the female hormonal system and increase fertility and libido.

Female Fertility Herbal contents:

Vitex, Paeony, Shatavari, Tribulus, False Unicorn Root


Ikeh-Tawari, A. C.-D. (2013, Jan 20). Cadmium Level in Pregnancy, Influence on Neonatal Birth Weight and Possible Amelioration by Some Essential Trace Elements. Retrieved March 26, 2018, from NCBI: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Disclaimer: At herb hub we do not diagnose disease or illness. We can offer a program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. Should you have unexplained symptoms, it is vital that you speak to your doctor.