Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and Fertility

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When you are looking to become pregnant, there are many supplements that can help with the process. One of these items is red raspberry leaf tea. This tea is filled with vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamins C and E, calcium and iron that can all help improve your fertility.

For best results, you should use this herb regularly so that you will be able to gain the best results possible from it. It is extremely nourishing and helps tremendously when women are trying to become pregnant.

1. What is it?

Raspberries have been shown to contain a number of nutrients that are beneficial for the health and are well liked because of their taste as well. They offer a number of benefits, such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, uterine, protection from cancer and heart and circulatory benefits.

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The tea form of this helpful herb is found in a variety of locations and you should be able to find it at major baby stores as well as your local grocery store. You may have to look in the health food section as well. Many women have said that drinking this tea later on in their pregnancies has actually helped induce labor and has made the process easier as well.

2. Is it Safe?

Red raspberry has been used for centuries and is considered a traditional herb that women used when trying to conceive and while they are pregnant. You can safely take this daily without any side effects.

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3. What Does it Do?

This herb is very beneficial when it comes to toning the muscles of the pelvis and the uterus. By improving these muscles, you are preparing your uterus for the time when implantation occurs and will be helping your body to create a womb for your baby that is warm and healthy. It can also help your baby to receive the nutrients that it needs because it helps to improve blood flow to your reproductive organs.

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You can easily use this all throughout your pregnancy and many have found that it helps ease labor pains and prepare both your uterus and your body for a childbirth that is safe and smooth for both you and your baby.

4. Can it Prevent Miscarriage?

By toning the muscles of your uterus, there is also a chance that it can help prevent a miscarriage as well. Along with a rich uterine lining and blood flow, which are also created when using red raspberry leaf tea, a toned uterus can help promote the healthy growth of your baby and therefore keep you, your baby and your pregnancy healthy for the entire term of your pregnancy.

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5. How do I use it?

Some herbalists believe that mixing red raspberry with red clover offers the best benefit for your fertility. When you choose this herb as a tea, you will find that it is easy to find and use. You simply brew a pot of it and enjoy it anyway that you enjoy your tea; hot or cold. If you enjoy cool tea during the day, simply place it in a pitcher and place it into the refrigerator. Red clover can easily be added to it in order to make it more powerful.

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6. What can I add to make it more powerful?

Other items that you may want to add to your tea are dong quai and false unicorn. Dong quai is a Chinese herb which also tones the uterus and regulates the hormones and the menstrual cycle. Like red raspberry it works to improve the blood flow to the reproductive organs, which can also improve fertility.

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False unicorn is a flowering herb is native to the northeastern portion of the United States and can help treat issues related to female reproduction. One of its main functions is to strengthen the uterus and the uterine lining, which makes it easier for the egg to implant when it does become fertilized. This makes it easier for your body to accept a pregnancy and carry it through a healthy pregnancy.

7. Conclusion

Red raspberry leaf tea can be extremely beneficial to women and fertility. It becomes even more beneficial when you mix it with some of the other popular fertility herbs that have been shown to improve fertility in women as well.

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Valerie Wisniewski, RN

Ms. Wisniewski has over 15 years experience as a labor and delivery nurse, having also worked previously as a nurse midwife in the Philippines and India. She enjoys empowering women and providing family centered care to women from all cultural and educational backgrounds.