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Increase Fertility with Mother Nature Discover the fertility herbs and plants that help you get pregnant! Centuries-old folklore is steep in ways to enhance natural fertility.
But it wasn't until recently that science entered Mother Nature's Garden.
In fact, in just the past two years alone a number of credible studies
have emerged showing that certain nutrients and plants can act as natural fertility boosters in both men and women.
In research published in the journal Reproductive Biomedicine
Online, a group of German doctors show that some natural remedies
may work to increase fertility naturally in men. The authors show that sperm quality and function improved with food
supplementation using either a combination of zinc and folic acid,
the antioxidant Astacarox, or an energy-providing combination
containing (actyl)-carnitine (Proxeed). The latter two also boosted the
success of intrauterine insemination (IUI) pregnancy rates.
Moreover, in the journal Fertility and Sterility doctors reported that men with fertility problems who took a daily dose of 66 milligrams of zinc and 5 milligrams of folic acid for nearly six months saw a 74% increase in their sperm count.
Even more recently, studies published in the journal Fertility and Sterility revealed that both L-carnitine and L-acetyl carnitine improved sperm in a number of areas key to getting pregnant.
"We don't know yet how all this treatment translates into pregnancy rates, but it's clear that sperm is being impacted in a positive and important way," says Pisarska.
And when it comes to female fertility, Mother Nature did not forget she is a woman. In a small study published in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine doctors found the nutrient formula in a supplement known as Fertility Blend increased conception rates. It's key ingredients: folic acid, vitamins E, B-6, and B-12, iron, magnesium, zinc, the amino acid L-arginine, selenium, the herb chasteberry (also know known as vitex), and green tea.
Indeed, research on infertile women aged 24 to 46 found that those who took Fertility Blend twice a day for three months experienced a measurable increase in both midcycle basal body temperature and progesterone levels -- both of which are used to assess ovulation. The comparison group saw no rise.
Within five months, one-third of the women taking Fertiilty Blend conceived, compared with none of the women who were not given the supplement.
Similarly, a German study found pregnancy rates hit as high as 82% among the women using a vitex supplement, compared with just 45% in the control group.
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