"Fertility Herbs"
Natural Remedies for Help Getting Pregnant

Are fertility herbs for you? Want to increase fertility naturally? Want to prepare your reproductive system for conception? Are you having problems getting pregnant?


If you are not yet ready for medical fertility treatments or drugs, then natural remedies are great alternatives. The major benefit of herbal medicine is that they have no or few side effects compared to fertility 'drugs'.

Studies prove that medicinal fertility herbs can increase the odds of getting pregnant. They can help you to overcome minor infertility problems. They can also help to prepare your body for pregnancy. I like to call them 'natural' fertility treatments.

List of Fertility Herbs

Vitex Agnus Castus:

Chaste tree berry (berry/seed)

Common name chaste tree and chasteberry. Vitex agnus castus helps to regulate hormones to help you get pregnant faster. Proper hormone balance promotes regular ovulation cycles and helps correct luteal phase defect.

Red Raspberry Leaf:

(Rubus idaeus) (leaf)

Help prepare and strengthen your uterus for pregnancy with red raspberry leaf tea. This herb is loaded with vitamins and minerals. What better way to boost fertility.

Evening Primrose Oil (EPO):

(Oenothera spp.) (seed oil)

Increase fertile quality and quantity of cervical mucus naturally with evening primrose oil (EPO) for fertility. EPO can also help regulate your menstrual cycles, relieve breast pain and tenderness, and help with symptoms of PMS.

Acai Berry:

(Euterpe oleracea) (berry)


(Withania somnifera) (root)

American Ginseng:

(Panax quinquefolius) (root)

Asian Ginseng:

(Panax ginseng) (root)

Black Cohosh:

(Actaea racemosa L., Cimicifuga racemosa [synonym]) (root)

Black Haw:

(Viburnum prunifolium) (bark)


(Turnera diffusa, T. aphrodisiaca) (leaf)

Dong Quai:

(Angelica sinensis) (root/herb)


(Echinacea angustifolia, E. purpurea) (root)

False Unicorn Root:

(Chamaelirium luteum, Helonias luteum [synonym]) (root)


(Tanacetum parthenium) (herb/leaf)

Ginkgo Biloba leaf:

(Ginkgo Biloba) (leaf)

Grapeseed Extract:

(Vitis Vinifera) (seed)

Green Tea:

(Camellia sinensis) (leaf)

Lady's Mantle:

(Alchemilla vulgaris) (whole herb)

Maca Extract:

(Lepidium meyenii) (root)

Muira Puama:

(Ptychopetalum olacoides) (bark/root)


(Mitchella repens) (berry)


(Rehmannia glutinosa) (root)

Red Clover:

(Trifolium pratense) (tops/blossoms)

Saw Palmetto:

(Serenoa repens) (berry)


(Schisandra chinensis) (berry)


(Asparagus racemosus) (root)

Siberian Ginseng / Eleuthero:

(Eleutherococcus senticosus) (root)

Stinging Nettles:

(Urtica dioica) (tops/leaf)


(Tribulus terrestris) (seed)

White Peony:

(Paeonia lactiflora, P. officinalis) (root)

Yohimbe Bark:

(Pausinystalia yohimbe) (bark)

Fertility Blends:


Its important to understand that some herbs should not be taken during pregnancy. So thoroughly read all the info on each herb listed to know which ones to stop taking once you get pregnant (or during the luteal phase (second half) of your ovulation cycle).

Keep in mind that while herbal supplements can have a major impact on increasing fertility and have no or very minimal side affects, they also can take longer to show results.

Set aside about 3 to 6 months for herbal remedies to have the greatest effect. As the herbs build up in your system, they begin to work better and better.

Different herbs for fertility work in different ways in your body and reproductive system. They are usually best when taken in combination. Some great fertility blends of herbs and vitamins, and even fertility teas, are available and can be great resource for getting the combination just right.

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Buy Fertility Herbs at the Conception Store | Increase Fertility with a Preconception Fertility Cleanse | Fertility Diet | Ways to Increase Fertility Naturally | How Long to Get Pregnant? | Preconception Care | Best Tips for Getting Pregnant | Weight and Fertility | Luteal Phase Defect | Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) |

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