Best Herbs for Female Fertility

B*tch’s Brew

My very best-selling herbal tea blend, B*tch’s Brew, is such a huge hit because it works with women of all ages, from young girls just figuring out what it means to be a woman with a period, to all of my fertility patients trying to conceive, to women starting to experience the symptoms of menopause. 

Why is it so awesome? And why do I personally drink a cup or two every day of the 2nd half of my cycle?

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Here are just *some* of the amazing benefits of the ALL ORGANIC ingredients contained within.

Ginger: Warms the reproductive organs to help invigorate blood and improve menstrual cramps.

Raspberry Leaf: Rich in vitamins B & C and minerals including potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and iron. It strengthens the uterine wall, which improves fertility and help to reduce cramping.

Nettle Leaf: Contains vitamins A, C, D & K. Helps support fertility. It's highly anti-inflammatory and a natural anti-histamine. Great for liver detoxification.

Lemon Balm: Possibly my all-time favorite plant. So soothing ... can help with stress, anxiety and insomnia associated with PMS.

Milk Thistle: Mildly estrogenic herb that supports aromatization of hormones in the liver. Helps balance hormones.

Lady's Mantle: Often referred to as a "miracle" in treating gynecological issues. Invigorates the blood to prevent blockage and stagnation. Benefits endometriosis.

Red Clover Flowers: Purifies the blood and has a mildly estrogenic effect that assists in fertility and creates a more regular menstrual cycle.

Skullcap: Powerful herb that was often used ceremonially to introduce a girl into womanhood. Anti-anxiety, promotes restful sleep and contains large amounts of flavonoids, which contribute to its antispasmodic (anti-cramping) activity.

Yellow Dock: Helps reduce stress, cramping and headaches associated with the menstrual cycle.

Borage Leaf: Can support the mood swings and emotional distress triggered by hormonal fluctuations.

Passion Flower: Deeply calming, can reduce the stress, anxiety and insomnia often associated with PMS. I believe this one can help to connect a woman to her own passion and power, contained within her womb.

Yarrow Flower: Relieves inflammation and congestion of the uterus, which aids in pain reduction, as well as proper circulation to the reproductive organs.

Black Cohosh: Has an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect on the body. Benefits reproductive health of women with PCOS ages 35+.

Dang Gui: Invigorates and tonifies the blood, regulating menstrual cycles. Has been shown to help thicken the uterine lining.

Wild Yam Root:  Contains the steroidal saponin aglycone diosin is converted in the body to act on estrogen receptor sites in the hypothalamus, which in turn may aid in estrogen balance.

Chaste Tree Berry: Influences hormone levels. May promote the release of luteinizing hormone and, in turn, increase levels of progesterone. Can help with fibrocystic breasts, infertility and menstrual syndromes.

Plant medicine is key, Sisters. Whether you're trying to conceive, have difficult periods, terrible PMS or are the mom/ dad to a teenage daughter, B*tch's Brew WILL help. It's seriously so beautiful that I consider it magic... I mean, plants and herbs are magical, right?

Admit it... either you need this or know someone who does. There's no harm in *gently* reminding a friend that this might be of benefit.

About the Author

Ariele is an acupuncturist, herbalist and women’s reproductive health specialist. In her fertility acupuncture practice, she found that many of her patients who were struggling to conceive were incredibly disconnected from their own reproductive health. She recognized that a huge component of the epidemic of female infertility is this fundamental disconnection from their own wombs. Ariele’s mission is to share this Wisdom of the Womb to empower women to understand their own fertility so that they can create the families they desire.

Pam - November 3, 2020

I’m very interested in getting my body balanced. I would like to try the teas, but I’m afraid that I won’t like them. I am not a tea drinker and I have a hard time getting stuff down that I don’t enjoy. Is there another way I can use them?
I have 2 children, but I have had 4 miscarriages in a row while TTC this time. Please help!

Ariele Myers - November 20, 2020

So sorry to hear of your losses. If you don’t like tea, we do have some other products on the site but the tea definitely has the best results!

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