Plants improve fertility in many ways. One way to achieve fertility is to stimulate ovulation. How to stimulate ovulation with plants ?
To have greater chances at better ovulation, you need to adopt specific behaviours. For example, check your overall body health. This is important in getting pregnant fast. Actually, check on daily factors such as lifestyle, stress, diet, exposure to toxins, medications. It helps plants fill in the gaps, to support the body and provide it with vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients. This step is necessary to restore hormonal balance, menstrual cycle and detoxify the body. Then you simply decide on which plants to use. Here we provide excellent choices to choose from.
Choice of plants matters at the moment you want to use them. The selection below concerns plants to use only during the first half of the cycle, from the 1st to the 14th day. A simple infusion is sufficient to reap proper benefits.
Raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus)
Raspberry leaves are extremely beneficial to the uterus, the cycle and hormones. The leaves contain Fragrine, a molecule that tones pelvic and uterine muscles and restore hormonal balance and ovulation. Fragrine also promotes the implantation of the embryo in the uterine wall and reduce risks of miscarriage. Actually you can use the plant from preconception to the postpartum period.
Recipe: To use raspberry leaves, steep 1.5 g of finely chopped raspberry leaves in a liter of hot water for 10 to 15 minutes. Strain and have a cup twice a day. You can infuse the leaves longer if you wish
Nettle is nutritious and detoxifies very well. Detox helps remove impurities to allow the foetus to nest properly. Basil is full with magnesium, iron, and calcium, and has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It favours healthy endometrial wall, then strengthens and tones the muscles of uterus.
Plus, due to the amount of chlorophyll it contains, it is an excellent blood purifier. It cleans the body from toxins and is recommended to women and men going through a conception period.
Recipe: Pour a tablespoon of dried nettle leaves in a cup. Add boiling water. Cover and steep for 10 to 15 minutes. Strain and have a cup, twice a day. Infuse overnight if you wish.
Basil leaves to stimulate ovulation
Basil leaves have excellent medicinal effects. To achieve proper ovulation, it’s important to remain in a good physiological state. An infusion of basil provides relaxation, mental appeasement and reduces stress. Plus basil reinforces immunity against bacterial attacks and stimulates white blood cells.
Using it as a condiment is fine. However, you can steep 25 g of dried leaves in a liter of hot water for 10 minutes. Have a cup twice a day.