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Herbs to boost fertility and get pregnant quickly

By On 13/11/2020 1


Herbs for fertility can work wonders. It is worth using them when planning a pregnancy. The herbs, flowers, fruits or tree bark, from which the infusions are made, contain many valuable minerals, vitamins and substances that have a significant impact on the functioning of a woman's body. Their proper selection can include increasing resistance to infection, cleansing the body of free radicals, supplementing micro and macro nutrient deficiency, and even regulating menstrual cycles. What fertility herbs should you choose when planning a pregnancy?

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Infertility is a disease of civilization, it is true. But it is not true to think that it has not happened in the past. Women have long had problems with irregular periods or anovulatory cycles, which were a serious obstacle to having children. However, they knew how to deal with it and used the often underestimated plants for fertility. Is it worth using our grandmothers' methods and visiting the herbal stores in today's world where medicine has made great progress? Of course it is! Find out how to get pregnant using grandma's methods!

Causes of infertility in women

1. Ovulation disorders 

Each month, the production of an egg that can be fertilized goes through a series of complex steps. If one of these steps does not go as planned, you will not be able to get pregnant. A number of health problems can interfere with or prevent ovulation, including the following:

  • Symptoms of polycystic ovarian disease
  • Thyroid disorder
  • Hyperprolactinemia, a disorder related to a hormone that stimulates milk production and suppresses ovulation
  • Low levels of fertility hormones (FSH and LH)
  • Premature ovarian failure
  • Extreme weight loss or gain
  • Excessive physical activity
  • Eating disorders

Ovulation disorders are the most common cause of infertility in women. Fertilization and pregnancy cannot occur without ovulation (the release of the egg from the ovaries). An ovulation disorder means that ovulation is absent or irregular and infrequent. In most cases, an irregular or absent menstrual cycle indicates an ovulation disorder, but ovulation disorders can also occur in cases where menstruation is quite regular.
Ovulation disorders can be classified into three groups

  • Congenital deficiency of the hormones that stimulate egg production in the ovaries due to a lack of secretion from the brainstem: In this case, the woman does not menstruate from puberty onwards.
  • Abnormal secretion of prolactin, the milk hormone, from the brainstem (pituitary gland): this is usually due to the presence of a benign tumor in this area, but sometimes no cause can be found. Benign tumors can be surgically removed. In cases where no cause can be found, ovulation can be normalized by reducing prolactin levels through various drug treatments.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome: In the typical form of this disease, menstrual periods are usually irregular and infrequent (3-4 periods per year). In some patients, menstruation may be completely normal, while in others it may be absent. Patients are generally prone to obesity. Problems such as oily skin and hair and acne are common. The number of eggs in the ovaries is greater than normal and the ovaries prevent normal egg development by secreting the male hormone.


2. Damaged and blocked tubes 

Partial or complete blockage of the tubes prevents the sperm and egg from meeting, making fertilization and pregnancy impossible. This tubal damage can be due to many causes, such as a previous infection, endometriosis or intra-abdominal adhesions left over from a previous operation. The tubes can also be damaged by an ectopic pregnancy. In developed countries, sexually transmitted infections are the most important cause of tubal damage. In our country, the tuberculosis germ caught in childhood also causes irreversible damage to the tubes.


3. Endometriosis

Endometriosis is the development of the tissue that lines the inside of the uterus (endometrium) outside the uterus. Endometriosis is most often located in the ligaments that hold the uterus in place. Other common sites are the surface of the uterus, the fallopian tubes and the ovaries. Endometriosis is sensitive to hormones, as is the tissue lining the uterus, and bleeds during menstruation. This micro-bleeding in the abdomen eventually leads to inflammation and adhesions. When endometriosis is located in the ovaries, it causes cysts to form. These cysts are called endometriomas.
The main symptoms of endometriosis are pain before and during menstruation, pain during or after sexual intercourse, heavy and irregular periods and infertility. Other less frequent symptoms are fatigue and increased bowel movements during menstruation. Other symptoms of the digestive system such as diarrhea and constipation. In addition, endometriosis may not cause any symptoms in some women.
About 50% of women with endometriosis need treatment to have children. Endometriosis is also found in about 25% of women who have infertility.


4. Cervical problems

Structural, infectious or secretory (mucus) disorders of the cervix can cause infertility. The mucus secreted by the cervix facilitates the transport of spermatozoa into the genital tract. Under the influence of the hormones estrogen and progesterone, the quantity and quality of the mucus changes during the cycle. Benign tumors such as polyps or surgical procedures in this area can cause infertility.


5. Allergic causes

Allergic causes can cause infertility, but they are difficult to diagnose and treat. The allergic cause can be found in semen or mucus. The effectiveness of treatment of these allergic conditions, called anti-sperm antibodies, is unclear and pregnancy rates in treated and untreated patients are not significantly different. Their routine necessity is therefore controversial.


6. Advancing age

Fertility declines as a woman ages. Usually, the decline in fertility begins slowly as women approach 30 years of age and accelerates around age 37. It is very rare that women approaching 50 or older are able to conceive a child naturally because older eggs cannot be fertilized or implanted or stimulated with medication as easily as younger eggs. Older eggs also have an increased risk of miscarriage and chromosomal abnormalities in babies.


7. Amenorrhea

Amenorrhea means the absence of menstruation. There are two types of amenorrhea: primary and secondary. Primary amenorrhea is often diagnosed when a woman does not menstruate until she is 16 years old. Secondary amenorrhea can occur when a woman has had a period in the past, but her period stops for 3-6 months or more.


8. Recurrent miscarriage

A miscarriage occurs when a woman loses her baby before reaching the 20th week of gestation. This happens in 15-20% of pregnancies and the risk increases with age. Most miscarriages, also called spontaneous abortions, occur in the first trimester. If a viable fetus is detected (an ultrasound shows a heartbeat) in the first 12 weeks of gestation, the risk of miscarriage is less than 5%. If vaginal bleeding occurs after a viable fetus is detected, the risk of miscarriage increases to about 20%. The risk of having a repeat miscarriage varies greatly from woman to woman. Women who have had at least one normal pregnancy have a better chance of having healthy pregnancies in the future, even if they miscarry. A full evaluation is usually only performed after two or three consecutive miscarriages. In half of the couples whose women have repeated miscarriages, the cause of the miscarriage will be found and treated. A chromosomal abnormality in the embryo is the cause of most miscarriages. The cause is almost never associated with the mother's health, although the risk of miscarriage increases in women over the age of 35. From the age of 40, the risk of miscarriage is 35-40% and from the age of 45, the risk is over 50%.


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Symptoms and signs of infertility in women

The main symptom of infertility is the inability to get pregnant. There may be no other obvious symptoms. Sometimes an infertile woman may have irregular or no periods. A menstrual cycle that is too long (35 days or more), too short (less than 21 days), irregular or absent may mean that there is no ovulation. There may be no other signs or symptoms. In some cases, an infertile man may show some signs of hormonal problems, such as changes in hair growth or sexual function.

Most couples will eventually conceive, with or without treatment.

However, there are symptoms of an infertile woman that are important to know and discuss with your doctor at your next appointment, as they may be the key to understanding your pregnancy problem.

Keep in mind that these discomforts can be present in all women at some point in their lives, but to be considered signs of infertility, they must be a consistent and severe problem.

1. Extreme cramping: Excessive abdominal pain during menstruation, when constant and beginning at an early age, is usually associated with female infertility. While not a definitive sign, it is a discomfort that should be treated by a specialist.


2. Excessive bleeding: like the previous one, if your periods are usually very heavy and the bleeding lasts for several days, this may be a sign that your eggs are having difficulty implanting in the uterine wall, which is why pregnancy is not achieved.


3. Dyspareunia: pain during sex can be a symptom of vaginal infection, but if it is constant, spreads throughout the genital area and is more intense during menstruation, it may be endometriosis, a disease of the uterus that requires urgent medical treatment. 


4. Irregular or infrequent periods: if you have irregular periods, it is best to discuss it with a gynecologist. In severe cases, it is related to the difficulty of conceiving, especially due to the lack of clarity on the most fertile days.


5. Hormonal imbalance: it is difficult to determine whether a sign or symptom is due to hormonal problems. In this case, we are talking about serious problems such as: acne, excessive hair growth, morbid obesity, thyroid problems (hyper and hypothyroidism), osteoporosis or early osteopenia, early menopause, diabetes. It is important to note that the medical treatment of these problems does not necessarily solve the hormonal problem at the origin of female infertility. A gynecologist specialized in human reproduction is needed to treat it.


6. History of pregnancy problems: If women in your family (direct relatives, such as mother, sisters, aunts or nieces) have had pregnancy problems, it is probably a hereditary problem. In this classification, we find congenital conditions such as:

  • Narrow or blocked fallopian tubes
  • Poor quality ovaries
  • Low production of fertility-related hormones.

7. Unhealthy lifestyle: we did not want to leave this out because a woman in poor health will have a much harder time getting pregnant than a woman with good habits. The conditions associated with female infertility are as follows:

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure 
  • Smoking 
  • Alcoholism
  • Drug addiction
  • Depression
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

The good news is that these conditions can be treated medically. Now that you know the signs and symptoms of female infertility, you can consult a gynecologist to find a solution for you.


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Order it and start the natural treatment to cure female infertility in advance. Support is offered throughout the duration of your treatment. To contact us, click on the WhatsApp button in the right corner of the screen or contact us at ++229 66 23 89 56

We are represented in all African countries and are active in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be sure to receive your products immediately after your order.

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Which fertility herbs should you choose for fertility?

There are several herbs that work extremely well to stabilize the work of the reproductive system and help you plan your pregnancy. Contrary to appearances, you know them perfectly well. 

What are we talking about? Alchemilla, nettle, raspberry, ginseng, chamomile, evening primrose, lemon balm, ginger and angelica. Taking herbs for fertility can increase your chances of getting pregnant. Of course, provided you don't have any serious health problems. Using them in recommended doses should not harm you, although you should monitor your body's reactions and stop them if side effects occur, such as uterine contractions.


How do specific herbs affect fertility?

  • Alchemilla

Alchemille theAlchemilla theThis is a genus of perennial plants in the Rosaceae family. Includes more than 300 species widely distributed throughout the world. In the past, alchemilla was thought to be a remedy for abdominal discomfort. And indeed, our ancestors were right, because to this day this plant is accepted for digestive problems, pain, diarrhea and appetite disorders.  

Alchemilla is an ideal plant for women who are planning a pregnancy, because the consumption of an infusion of this plant regulates menstruation. It is very often one of the components of herbal blends that positively affect fertility, explains our naturopath and plant expert. In addition, yarrow used in the form of honeycomb cells heals infections. Due to the tannin content, it soothes vaginal inflammation and is often used to treat vaginal discharge, adds the expert. Interestingly, the restorer is also recommended for pregnant women and women prone to miscarriage. It strengthens the uterine ligaments. The preparation of alchemilla tea is extremely simple. Pour a spoonful of hot water over the dried alchemilla and keep covered for 15 minutes, then strain and drink 100 ml twice a day.

  • Nettle leaf  

Ortie infusionNettle infusionNettle is considered one of the most important "fertility herbs". The substances it contains nourish the endometrium, also support the work of the kidneys and adrenal glands, reducing the risk of inflammation of the urinary tract. Nettle is also a valuable source of anti-hemorrhagic substances - vitamin K, flavonoids and tannins. This is why it is particularly recommended for women with heavy periods. Drinking nettle tea reduces swelling and helps eliminate excess water from the body. Nettle also has protective properties. The UDA prolactin it contains protects against viral infections. Nettle also contains vitamin C - key to fighting oxidative stress, as well as vitamin B2, phytosterols, beta-carotene and serotonin.

Nettle is bactericidal, which is why it helps to fight against vaginal infections. Thanks to its diuretic properties, it helps to excrete harmful substances from the body. It also helps to fight premenstrual syndrome by preventing water from accumulating in the body. 

How to drink nettle tea?
Nettle is best drunk as a single ingredient infusion (tea) 2 to 3 times a day or as a mixture of herbs. Because there are contraindications to its use, including kidney disease, it is best to consult your doctor.

  • Raspberry leaf 

Feuille de framboisierRaspberry leafThis bright and underrated herb contains vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, E, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus. It strengthens the muscles of the uterus, which is why it is especially recommended for women who are considering pregnancy or are in the 1st trimester. Raspberry leaf also has a diastolic effect, helping to fight against painful periods;

  • Chamomile

CamomilleChamomileOne of the most popular herbs. It has anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antibacterial and bacterial toxin neutralizing properties, chamomile stimulates skin metabolism. The infusion of chamomile leaves is used internally in cramps and inflammation of the stomach and intestines. It helps against flatulence and supports the treatment of inflammation of the urinary tract. Used externally as a compress, it helps with inflammation and bacterial conditions of the skin and mucous membranes, including genital infections. Chamomile can be safely used internally and externally also during pregnancy.

  • Evening Primrose

Onagre huileEvening primrose oilThe most valuable part of this plant is the oil. It is effective as a remedy to facilitate pregnancy by increasing the production of cervical mucus and increasing the blood supply to the uterus. Evening primrose oil, thanks to the fatty acids and other ingredients it contains, such as vitamin E, zinc, selenium, magnesium and calcium, has a positive effect on hormonal balance and reduces menstrual pain. Remember to consult your doctor about taking evening primrose during pregnancy, especially if you are taking other vitamins.

  • Red clover

Trefle rouge 1Red clover 1The substances it contains not only nourish and strengthen the uterus, but also increase the chances of conception. The plant has blood purifying properties as well as detoxifying properties. In addition, red clover supports the work of the circulatory system, including circulation within the reproductive system. It also improves vaginal hydration, protecting it from intimate infections and irritations. Its support in the regulation of liver function is invaluable, especially for women who wish to gain weight due to underweight. On the other hand, a high calcium and magnesium content supports the skeletal system and smooth muscle work, preventing sudden cramps. Red clover is also considered one of the best toning herbs in the period of preparation for pregnancy. It is used in women with, among other things, obstructions of the fallopian tubes, irregular menstruation and people suffering from infertility for an undetermined cause.

How to drink clover infusion?
Clover is often recommended to combine with red raspberry and nettle. These plants complement each other.

  • Lemon balm

Me lisse infusionLemon balm infusion is one of the most commonly used herbs. Lemon balm infusion has a calming effect and helps you fall asleep. It is worth knowing that it also has antiviral and antibacterial properties. Melissa ointment is used for wounds, compresses for painful swelling and inhalations help with coughing. Pregnant women can safely drink lemon balm infusions.

  • Ginseng 

Ginseng 3Ginseng 3It contains vitamins A, B1, B2, C, iron, zinc, calcium, potassium and magnesium. It supports the proper functioning of the uterus and tones its muscles and increases vitality.

  • Ginger 

Gingembre scaledGinger scaledRecommended for women who have problems with irregular and painful periods. It helps to cause a delayed period, it also has a diastolic effect; We explain in the video below how to use ginger to get pregnant quickly.

  • Angelique

 Angelique1Angelique1It is a Chinese herb that contains vitamin B12 and vitamin E. It fights against menstrual problems, regulates the cycles.

  • Gattilier or vitex Agnus Castus (fruit of the chastity, pepper of monk):

Gattilier 1Gattilier is the fruit of a Mediterranean shrub, Vitex agnus-castus, also called chastity tree. It acts as a hormone regulator and helps if you have irregular cycles or are not ovulating due to a hormonal imbalance. 

Chasteberry is also helpful if you tend to lose your pregnancy before the 12th week of pregnancy; it also helps with premenstrual syndrome and menopausal symptoms.

¼ teaspoon of dried, chopped fruit can be sprinkled on food, preferably first thing in the morning. Otherwise, you can drink a decoction every day.

Caution: you should not take Vitex Agnus Castus with medicines containing progesterone. 

  • Chamaelirium luteum (false unicorn):

Chamaelirium luteumChamaelirium luteumAlthough used for centuries as a fertility supplement, Chamaelirium luteum is an endangered species, so it should only be used when absolutely necessary. Helps regulate ovarian function and supports the endometrium (the tissue lining the uterus).

Warning: Chamaelirium luteum should not be used during pregnancy.

  • Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari, wild asparagus, asparagus):

Asperges racemosusAsparagus racemosusIt is a member of the asparagus family and is used to tone. Asparagus racemosus has an affinity for the uterus, the reproductive system and natural cycles. It is a mild herbal medicine with a cooling effect that helps to heal inflammation and dryness in the body.


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Order it and start the natural treatment to cure female infertility in advance. Support is offered throughout the duration of your treatment. To contact us, click on the WhatsApp button in the right corner of the screen or contact us at +229 66 23 89 56.

We are represented in all African countries and are active in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be sure to receive your products immediately after your order.

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Tips for boosting fertility in women

  • Have children before 35 years old 

The younger you are, the less difficulty you will have in having a child. It is necessary, within the limits of possibility, to think about it early. An advice that is also appropriate for men. If 78% of them are able to conceive within six months when they are less than 25 years old, they will be 58% over 35 years old. 


  • Attention to the environment

"Tobacco considerably reduces the chances of having a child. It divides them almost by two". The same goes for alcohol and cannabis. Without forgetting the famous endocrine disruptors which are unfortunately everywhere: dyes, food films, paper, household products, cosmetics, clothing, bedding ... "A woman wishing to become pregnant must expose herself less to this harmful environment. It is necessary to consume organic food, to eat fresh products, to limit the consumption of cold cuts or fatty meats which are very polluted, to privilege inert materials like glass or stainless steel".


  • Have regular sexual intercourse throughout the woman's cycle

And stop thinking about "ovulation periods". "Every woman is different. Her ovulation will not necessarily start on the 14th day of the month. The best way to have a child is to repeat sexual intercourse throughout the cycle, on a regular basis."


  • Do not neglect the psychological aspect

"There's no question about it. The person must feel safe in his couple to have a child". And must sometimes call on a specialist. It is necessary "to define and raise the fears and blockages which can be related to the history that one had with his own family, which can be related to the relationship that one has in the couple", explained moreover Deborah Schumann, therapist and specialist of the infertility, on RMC. "Sometimes it's just a matter of finding the key to open the doors and make the couple feel free of certain things".


  • Knowing when to worry and when to consult a medical professional

You can make an appointment with your gynecologist or midwife to review your situation. Tell him/her about your desire to become pregnant, he/she will be a valuable ally and will be able to adapt his/her advice to your needs. When a woman is over 35 years old, you should not wait too long before consulting a doctor. The couple can see a doctor after six months of unsuccessful attempts. For other, younger women, there is no need to stress unnecessarily. Stress also increases infertility.


  • Know your ovulation period

Be aware of your ovulation date. Ovulation is a key stage of fertility. It is an expressive phase that begins more or less from the 14th to the 20th day of the cycle (this phase varies a lot from one woman to another, it is given as an indication). It is during this period that women can potentially become pregnant.


  • Detoxify your body

Cigarettes are the number one enemy of your fertility. It is therefore essential to stop smoking or to reduce your consumption, and this is also recommended for your partner! Remember that your spouse is 50% of the fertility process, and passive smoking is also harmful. Do not hesitate to ask for help from a tobacco specialist. In addition to a balanced diet, don't forget to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Think about certain plants to cleanse your body in the pre-conception period (lemon, rosemary, dandelion, lovage...) and plants that help boost your fertility afterwards (nettle, yarrow, ginger, damask rose...). Be informed before all because certain plants are disadvised in case of PMA (medically assisted reproduction), IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)...


  • Eat a variety of foods

We can never say it enough: the golden rule is to eat everything in reasonable quantities in order to provide all the essential nutrients for the proper functioning of the body.


  • Choose good fats

For women, omega-3 fats are involved in the production of good hormones and contribute to the normalization of menstrual cycles. As for omega 6, they improve the structure of reproductive cells. For men, omega 3s increase sperm quality. You will find good fats by regularly varying the oils. They each provide different fatty acids in varying amounts. Eat oleaginous fruits (nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts...) as well as fatty fish (mackerel, sardines, herring, anchovies...). And limit as much as possible the bad fats, i.e. all the fats resulting from industrial transformation.


  • Maintain a good blood sugar level.

Studies now show a link between high blood sugar levels and ovulation problems. In order to avoid blood sugar peaks that require too much insulin production, you can choose foods rich in fiber and foods with a low glycemic index: dried vegetables (lentils, chickpeas, white beans, etc.), cereals (quinoa, bulgur, buckwheat, etc.) and wholemeal flours (wholemeal rice, wholemeal bread, wholemeal pasta, etc.), raw or cooked vegetables. As for refined white sugar, the less you consume, the better off you are! If you can't do without it, you can replace it with coconut blossom sugar or agave syrup. They will have less impact on your blood sugar.


  • Make fruits and vegetables the center of your diet.

They provide large amounts of vitamins and minerals, all of which have a role - in some way - in your fertility. Here's a first guideline to help you get a good supply of vitamins and minerals: the more colorful your plate is, the more likely it is to contain a wide variety of vitamins! Also, choose local fruits and vegetables because some of their nutritional qualities are lost during long transport journeys, during which treatments are added to the plants to make them hold up during transport. Also, plants from the other side of the world are rarely picked when they are ripe, which is why most of them are devoid of nutrients and flavor. Focus on the quality of the products by limiting the use of pesticides, because even if, to this day, the effect of pesticides on health is still poorly evaluated, we assume that they are potentially toxic and that they have consequences on fertility.


  • Maintain or aim for a healthy weight

Weight is a valuable indicator of your fertility because both obesity and undernutrition are associated with increased ovulation problems. It is as if the body knew in advance the needs necessary for the proper development of a pregnancy and "protected" itself in case of nutritional deficiencies to avoid the possibility of pregnancy. It is therefore important to approach or maintain a "healthy" weight by having a BMI between 19.5 and 24.9.


  • Avoid endocrine disruptors 

Ban endocrine disruptors! They are present everywhere: in cosmetics, in cleaning products, in food, in packaging... Numerous studies are emerging and highlight the link between endocrine disruptors and hormones. They alter their proper functioning and harm fertility. Also avoid parabens and their derivatives.


  • Learn to manage stress

Stress can influence the quality of the endometrial vascularization, which is essential for good egg implantation. It is therefore essential to learn how to manage it. Simple and effective methods exist: homeopathy, yoga, hypnosis, sophrology, acupuncture... It is up to you to choose the one that suits you best.


  • Play sports

Regular but reasonable physical activity optimizes fertility. This is an opportunity to walk, swim or cycle (but gently). Also consider fertility yoga. Recommended as an accompaniment to MAP, this process would increase the success rate of IVF. It is also an interesting method to manage stress and understand more about your body's mechanisms.



We have a natural remedy based on natural plants, very effective, capable of ridding you permanently female infertility. 


Order it and start the natural treatment to cure female infertility in advance. Support is offered throughout the duration of your treatment. To contact us, click on the WhatsApp button in the right corner of the screen or contact us at +229 66 23 89 56.

We are represented in all African countries and are active in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be sure to receive your products immediately after your order.

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