Vitamins and Herbs for Infertility

So I have done some research, and have found that Pineapple core helps with Implantation of the embryo.Pineapple Core has what is called bromelain that will help with implantation.

I have also included at the bottom things to help with TTC.

Using Pineapple core to Assist Implantation: Pineapple contains bromelain. Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme that breaks up proteins that inhibit embryo implantation. Consuming a whole pineapple (focusing on the core as it has the highest concentration of Bromelain) during a fertility cycle can be beneficial.

For IVF [in vitro fertilization] cycle: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day of your embryo transfer.

IUI [intra-uterine insemination] cycle: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day of your IUI.

Timed intercourse cycle: one pineapple , divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day after ovulation.

Note: Be careful not to start consuming pineapple core too early in the cycle. Beginning to consume pineapple core BEFORE the recommended days above can actually affect your vaginal and cervical mucus PH, making it more acidic.

Here is a website to better clairify:

Do NOT eat the meat of the pineapple- You need to AVOID Pineapple Juice. Do NOT take with Baby Aspirin as these are BOTH blood thinners!

Pineapple juice is not recommended for use in TTC and/or pregnancy. In large doses, it can cause uterine contractions and bring on spontaneous abortions (miscarriage).

Side Effects: Large doses may cause uterine contractions, miscarriage, vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, very heavy menstrual periods. Unripe pineapple is poisonous, causing excessive diarrhea.


Herbal Items to Help with Conceiving.

Make sure that when purchasing an herbal, you are getting a Grade A herbal. No tonics or synthetics in it. Stay away from GNC, Walmart, Drug stores, Walgreens when purchasing herbals, as they aren’t true herbals. Please and I stress please do the research on herbals.

Also when taking any herbal, you want to take 1 or two capsules a day first, before taking the recommended dose on the bottle, for your body to react. Then start taking the dose on the bottle. With any herbal, they will go by an average weight of a person. Which is 150lbs. If you weigh less than 150lbs, do not take the recommended dose.

Know that taking the tea of any herbal is NOT as effective as the capsules. The extract is more effective as it gets through the blood stream quicker. For best results use the capsules or the extract.

EPO (evening primrose oil)- is used to increase the amount of EWCM. The dose is 3000 mg once daily. Discontinue EPO when your thermal shift occurs as it can cause uterine contraction which may hinder implantation of the embryo in the uterus.

Evening primrose oil is used quite successfully for psoriasis and eczema. It is widely used for PMS and arthritis, though the studies are less convincing for these two uses. It is often effective for reducing breast tenderness associated with the menstrual cycle. Other uses, which include lowering serum cholesterol and reducing hyperactivity in children, are not fully substantiated. The oil is rich in essential fatty acids, including GLA (gamma linolenic acid), which is an intermediary in prostaglandin synthesis. Prostaglandins are local-acting hormone-like substances that control inflammation among other functions.

Evening Primrose has a taste of BITTER and a temperature of COOL.

Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex)-1,000 mg daily Vitex helps relieve PMS because of its effects on female sex hormones. It helps balance hormones produced during our cycles, increasing production of luteinizing hormone (”LH” which is detected by OPK) and inhibiting the release of follicle-stimulating hormone. This leads to a shift in the estrogen-progesterone ratio, resulting in less estrogen to cause or aggravate PMS. The only caveat is that women who have PMS with significant depression should probably steer clear of chasteberry. Some research suggests that PMS with depression is caused by excess progesterone, and vitex is said to raise progesterone levels. Vitex proved clearly superior to B6. Combine Vitex with Red Raspberry for Luteal phase defect.

Green Tea- for better quality/quantity of EWCM. Drink from the start of AF until confirmed O. discontinue after O, it may interfere with implantation.

Nettle Leaf
This is high in iron and calcium and is good for treating anemia as it strengthens the kidneys as well as building blood and enriches and thickens the uterine lining. This enables implantation of the fertilized egg to occur. However people who either suffer from high blood pressure or fibroids should not use this herb. This is an anti flammatory herb.

Bromelain Tablets/Capsules- Bromelain is used for many things, some believe that this can be used to aide in implantation of an embryo. When taking this, these are stronger than a pineapple core would be. A pineapple core is 50mg of bromelain. Any bromelain tablets are 300-500mg, some do have 80mg’s though. . Do not take if allergic to pineapple.

Bromelain is a mixture of protein-digesting (proteolytic) enzymes found in pineapples (Ananas comosus ). Pineapple has been used for centuries in Central and South America to treat indigestion and reduce inflammation. Bromelain, which is derived from the stem and juice of the pineapple, was first isolated from the pineapple plant in the late 1800s. It is approved by the German Commission E to treat swelling and inflammation following surgery, particularly sinus surgery.

Bromelain can be useful in treating a wide range of conditions, but it is particularly effective in reducing inflammation associated with infection and injuries.

Website for more information with Bromelain:

Robitussen- 1-2 tsp. twice daily until ovulation. Make sure the product only contains guaifenesin without added decongestants or antihistamines, which could dry your CM.
BEWARE:Dextromethorphan, an ingredient in some cough medicines, may cause birth defects.

Red Raspberry- 1,000 mg daily Begin at any time of cycle. Can be taken during pregnancy. Strengthens the uterine lining which in turn lengthens LP LP = Luteal Phase LP = dpo or days past ovulation and eases painful menses and nausea. Combine RR with either Vitex or B6 for Luteal phase defect.

B6- 100 mg daily a/k/a Pyridoxine B6 to be taken at the same time as your Prenatal. Be careful not to supplement with a single B vitamin without providing your body with the full range of B vitamins.
B6 to be taken at the same time as your Prenatal or multivitamin. B6 is used to lengthen the luteal phase – LP = Luteal Phase or DPO (days past ovulation) and assist RNA & DNA synthesis and production of red blood cells. B6 and Red Raspberry will lengthen your luteal phase. If Vitex is not for you try B6.

Baby Asprin- Take only one (1) per day. a/k/a Children’s Aspirin – 81 mg Start at any time of cycle. Aspirin is known to suppress natural killer cells in the uterus, so it is used for those with immune problems. Because Aspirin thins your blood, it also improves blood flow to the ovaries, improving follicle development, and improves blood flow to the uterus, improving the quality of the uterine lining. This increases the odds that implantation will be successful. Also, during pregnancy, it will help prevent miscarriage in those prone to blood clots. Having blood clots form in the placenta and/or umbilical cord is the cause of many of these pg losses.

Flax Seed Oil- (take from O to AF) 2,000 mg per day should be taken. Flax Seeds are rich in omc- 3 Essential fatty Acids “EFA” magnesium, potassium and fiber to continue steady level of EFA (EFO is EFA) throughout cycle.

Damiana: is also used for asthma, anxiety, depression, headache, and menstrual cycles (clotting, cramps). Over 150 herbs were tested for their ability to bind with estrogen and progesterone receptors in breast cancer cells and found that the damiana was among the six highest progesterok-Þbinding herbs and spice. Damiana is widely promoted as a sexual stimulant. Stop taking as soon as you find out your are pregnant.

Red Clover:is the plant you see with the bright pink blossoms. The leaves and blossoms are rich in calcium, protein, and vitamin B. This herb does contain blood thinning properties and should be used with caution.

Wild Yam
Wild Yam can increase progesterone production. This can increase
progesterone production for those with short luteal phases but should only be taken AFTER ovulation. If taken before it can actually prevent ovulation.

Agnus Castus: is a fruit that is found on the Mediterranean shrub, which is also known as the chaste tree. This herb acts as a hormone regulator. Do not take this herb if you are now taking any medication with progesterone.

False Unicorn Root or Helonias Root: USE THIS AS YOUR LAST RESORT! is now classified as an endangered species and should only be used as a last resort. It aids in regulating the ovaries and strengthening the lining of the womb. This herb should never be used once you become pregnant.

In my experience, this one is hard to find in stores and must be order from the internet

Used for amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, hormonal imbalance (balancing effect), infertility, morning sickness, ovarian cysts, spermatorrhea, threatened miscarraige, uterine prolapse. It is a tonic for the reproductive organs, expecially beneficial as an aid to getting pregnant and staying pregnant, has a normalizing effect upon the ovaries. Used in infertility caused by dysfunction in follicular formation in the ovary. Eases ovarian pain and vaginal dryness. Some specialists warn not to take this herb unless you want to get pregnant! Follow directions: Taking too much may cause hot flashes, kidney and stomach irritation, blurred vision or vomiting.

Dong Quai: This is the BEST female herb as far as I’m concerned. Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis root) is the noted Chinese herb that is used as a blood tonic. It contains micronutrients known for their blood building properties (iron, vitamin B12, and vitamin E). Dong Quai balances estrogen in the body, and is traditionally used in China to regulate the menstrual cycle. Dong Quai is also a blood thinner, and for this reason it should not be taken DURING menstruation. It may be helpful in improving the chances of implantation for women who have aus-himmune problems, but should not be taken if you are already taking “baby” aspirin to reduce blood clotting.

Maca- Make sure this herb is from the rain forest of Peru. You want to make sure it is true Idium Meyenii. This herbal is used to enhance the libido of both men and women, improve sperm and egg quality. This is an example of true Maca:

This is the website to purchase Maca-

ChocaMaca Balls- Same as Maca, taste really good- can be purchase from this site below-

Soy IsoFlavones- This is just like Clomid only natural.

Soy Isoflavones Facts
Soy has many valuable constituents, one of them being isoflavones. The primary isoflavones in soy are genistein and daidzein, which have powerful antioxidant and phytoestrogen properties. Soy Isoflavones are similar to the hormone estrogen (but weaker) and offer potent health benefits.

How Soy Isoflavones Work
Soy Isoflavones contain phytoestrogens, which block the more potent forms of estrogen to help prevent hormonal diseases like breast cancer (by blocking a protein which promotes growth and spreading of tumor cells). They help substitute for low estrogen levels, reducing hot flashes and preserving bones. Soy isoflavones also have antioxidant and anticoagulant properties that are protective against cancer and heart disease.

Among women struggling to conceive, it has long been anecdotally noted that taking doses of soy isoflavones for a short period of time during the beginning of the menstrual cycle can have a similar effect as clomiphene citrate. Like clomiphene citrate, or “clomid,” it is believed that soy isoflavones induce ovulation by tricking the body into producing more estrogen.

Directions for Taking Iso Flavones-

1) Buy good quality soy isoflavone supplements. These are sold in most pharmacies and grocery stores, and are typically marketed to help with menopausal symptoms. Most pills contain 40mg of soy isoflavones.

2) The soy isoflavones must be taken at the right time in your menstrual cycle for the proper effect. The ideal day to start is between 3 to 5 days after the start of your menstrual period.

3) Take roughly 80mg of soy isoflavones per day, with food. This should work out to two pill supplements, but you must check the package to determine how much is in each pill. The precise time of day is unimportant, but you should take the supplement at the same time everyday. Many women prefer to take it at night to avoid side effects during the day.

4) Repeat the above for 5 days, taking 80mg worth of supplement each day. Then stop! You should not continue for more than 5 days, as this could have a negative impact on ovulation and actually delay your natural cycle.

5) You may wish to track your fertility using basal body temperature. If you do not ovulate, you may wish to increase the isoflavone dosage.

____Herbals/Vitamins for Men for Conceiving___________

Saw palmetto- is a male tonifying herb, especially beneficial to the prostate gland and urinary tract. Several studies have proven it effective in reducing the frequency of nocturnal urination and as a remedy for benign prostatic hypertrophy with symptoms such as burning or incomplete urination and reduced flow. It has also been used for chronic congestive conditions. It is often considered a good tonic for the sexual and urinary systems of both men and women.
The most effective kind of extract of saw palmetto may be what is called a supercritical C02 extract. This uses C02 as a solvent to extract the active fatty acid fraction, preserving freshness because it is a cold process. These extracts do not contain the solvent hexane, as other types of extracts may. A tincture might also be effective.

Saw Palmetto has a taste of PUNGENT, SWEET and a temperature of WARM.

Ginseng-Long known as a panacea, ginseng is considered excellent for people over 50 to improve vitality and sexual energy. It is also indicated for digestive problems with symptoms such as gas or malabsorption or a feeling of fullness, even after eating only small meals. For the elderly, it is useful for debility, weakness, chronic fatigue, lethargy, and convalescence. This is a good herb to take for chronic infections related to immune weakness. It is one of the most important Chinese medicinal herbs used in all deficiency diseases to tonify the lungs and the stomach and strengthen the digestion. Because your digestion is the source of daily vitality, by improving its efficiency, the immune system and hormonal balance are also strengthened. The red and white varieties of Panax ginseng are described below:

1. Panax ginseng (white varieties)–unsteamed, dried Chinese or Korean ginseng and its preparations are useful for many of the conditions quoted above–it is not excessively warming as are red varieties and can be better-tolerated by young people.

2. Panax ginseng (red varieties)–steamed, dried Chinese or Korean ginseng and its preparations are used for cold, deficient conditions of the lung and digestion. They are often added to modern herbal and dietary energy supplements and sports supplements. It is reputed to increase male and female hormone production, improve sexual vigor in the elderly, and lead to increased energy. It is inappropriate for young people under 40, as it is too heating and stimulating.

3. Panax quinquefolius, or American ginseng is an excellent energy and adrenal tonic for all ages that is a cooling ginseng used for people with long-standing conditions with such symptoms as chronic lower back pain, ringing in the ears, night sweats, fatigue, and chronic infections of any kind.

Ginseng has a taste of SWEET, BITTER and a temperature of WARM.

According to a study done by Dr. Scott Roseff, author of the study and Director of the West Essex Center for Advanced Reproductive Endocrinology “Up to 60% of infertile couples have difficulty conceiving due to abnormalities in the male’s sperm. By taking Pycnogenol(r) to increase normally functioning sperm naturally, couples may be able to (or potentially) avoid in-vitro fertilization and either enjoy improved natural fertility or undergo less invasive and less expensive fertility-promoting procedures.”

Pycnogenol(r) is a natural plant extract originating from the bark of the Maritime pine that grows along the coast of southwest France. It represents a unique and natural combination of genetically programmed constant proportions of procyanidins, bioflavonoids and organic acids, making it a super antioxidant.

The antioxidant Pycnogenol improved the quality and function of sperm in men with fertility problems by a mean of 38% and 19%, respectively, after only 90 days of use, according to a new landmark clinical trial being published in the October 2002 issue of the Journal of Reproductive Medicine, giving infertile couples new hope and a new alternative to more invasive procedures.

A study conducted at the University of Padua in Italy and published in the Journal Science states that a diet low in selenium could be a cause of male infertility. Selenium acts to help prevent oxidation of the sperm cell, thus aiding in maintaining sperm cell integrity. Good sources of selenium can be found in red meat, liver and seafood. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for selenium is 70 micrograms/day for an adult male.

This mineral is involved in over 200 proteins and enzymes and is essential for male fertility. Zinc is involved in the activation of key sperm enzymes, and moves into the prostate with the assistance of testosterone. A lack of zinc causes a lowering of testosterone, shrinks testicle size and produces misshapen and less healthy sperm, among other negatives. Upon restoring a daily dose of 15 milligrams, testosterone and sperm count levels rebounded to acceptable levels within 12 months. Take zinc with a full glass of water.

A study conducted at the University of Padua in Italy and published in the Journal Science states that a diet low in selenium could be a cause of male infertility. Selenium acts to help prevent oxidation of the sperm cell, thus aiding in maintaining sperm cell integrity. Good sources of selenium can be found in red meat, liver and seafood. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for selenium is 70 micrograms/day for an adult male.

Vitamin E and Fertility:
Vitamin E Essential for fertility and reproduction. Deficiency in rats has shown that it leads to absorption in the female and loss of fertility on the male. This potent antioxidant plays important roles in male sperm production. It is known that a lack of vitamin E inhibits the formation of sperm. Low vitamin E levels can cause a decline in the formation of key sex hormones and enzymes responsible for sperm production.. Although potency is not affected, fertility is improved due to its protective effect on sperm cell membranes. Supplementation with Vitamin E may also aid in improving sperm motility. Dose: 400 IU daily. Talk to your doctor prior to starting Vitamin E, particularly if you are currently taking aspirin or other blood thinners.

Vitamin C and Fertility:
According to a study conducted at the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston, insufficient amounts of vitamin C in a man’s diet can lead to agglutination of sperm. Agglutination occurs when sperm cells clump together, thus inhibiting maximal progression or movement of the sperm. According to Dr. Earl Dawson M.D., Ph.D., associate professor at the U of Texas at Galveston, vitamin C is also helpful in smokers who have increased amounts of abnormally formed sperm. Cigarette smoke is absorbed through the lungs and enters the circulatory system (bloodstream). Once the toxins reach the bloodstream they find their way to the semen and this can lead to less than optimal sperm count and function. It is believed that vitamin C helps to neutralize the toxic effects of cigarette smoke on the sperm. When sperm stick together (a condition called agglutination), fertility is reduced. Vitamin C reduces sperm agglutination,(3) increasing the fertility of men with this condition. The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin C is 60 milligams per day for an adult male. According to Dr. Dawson intake of 200 to 1000 milligrams per day had a beneficial effect on sperm.

Women should avoid megadoses of vitamin C because it can dry up cervical fluid, preventing sperm from reaching the egg. Limit the amount you take to the dose included in your prenatal vitamin.

Flaxseed Oil
There are quite a few different herbs that men can take to increase their fertility. One such herb which plays a role in promoting male fertility is flaxseed oil. The ingredients within flaxseed oil help to keep the sperm healthy and may also help with regard to male impotence. Flaxseed oil is a wonderful herbal supplement to consider taking when trying to promote fertility and achieve conception.

Treat menopausal symptoms, menstrual cramps, female infertility and endometriosis. Because the hormone-balancing lignans and plant estrogens (phytoestrogens) in flaxseed oil help stabilize a woman’s estrogen-progesterone ratio, they can have beneficial effects on the menstrual cycle, and relieve the hot flashes of perimenopause and menopause. Flaxseed oil may also improve uterine function and thus treat fertility problems. In addition, the essential fatty acids in flaxseed oil have been shown to block production of prostaglandins, hormonelike substances that, when released in excess amounts during menstruation, can cause the heavy bleeding associated with endometriosis.

Xian Mao

Xian Mao is a Chinese herb that is used in Chinese medicine and has also been known as a great hormone stimulant and a safe yet powerful aphrodisiac.

Ginkgo Biloba

You have probably heard of Ginkgo Biloba as a memory bill or a brain boosting pill. It works great for that, but it has also been used to increase sexual desire in men and women and contribute to better blood circulation, which relates to semen volume.


Cardamom is another great herb that can be used for semen volume. It is a known aphrodisiac and has been contributing to better sex for many people for quite a long time.


This Brazilian herb can help with impotence problems, contributes to firmer erections, and increases blood circulation which can also contribute to bigger loads for you!

Dong Chong Xia Cao

Also known as Cordyceps, this is a Chinese herb that has been used to lower blood pressure and promote sexual performance for some time. It can also help you get a better night’s sleep after a long night of fun!

Saw Palmetto

Saw palmetto is a great herb to contribute to higher semen volume. It is currently used for prostate health, so it is good for the male reproductive system all around.

Horny Goat Weed

The name sounds funny, but horny goat weed is great for men who have erection problems and low semen volume. It is also a known aphrodisiac (hence the name).

Hochu-ekki is a mixture of 10 raw Japanese herbs, including ginseng, ginger, astralagus, angelica root and others. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a study showed that the level of human sperm motility was significantly higher in groups taking the herbs than in control groups.
Maca or Lipidium meyenii, also known as Peruvian Viagra and Peruvian Ginseng (even though it has no relation to either), is an herbal sex-enhancing remedy passed down from the Incas long ago. The plant is said to help with energy, stamina and libido. It is also presumed to increase sperm count and motility, according to fertility and parenting website Opinions vary on the appropriate dosage, ranging from 1,000 mg a day up to 5,000 mg. While herbs are typically safe even in large amounts, consult a physician to be sure.

Best Herbs And Plants For Male Sexual Health

This is a short list of herbs and plants that should help you attain stronger ejaculations, as well as better overall sexual health. Some are effective at boosting testosterone, while others will help increase sperm count, and others can help raise semen volume levels:

* Maca – increases semen production, well known to boost libido in both sexes.

* Tribulus Terrestis – a well known aphrodisiac, some studies have even hinted at an increased testosterone level.

* Horny Goat Weed (Epimedium Sagittatum) – increases sperm cell production, common aphrodisiac. Known to help with impotence and erectile difficulty (ED).

Cranberries – prevent urinary tract infections, great for both males and females. If you’re going to drink cranberry juice, get the “real” juice, not the tasty “Cocktail” stuff.

Saw Palmetto – very good for the prostate, found worldwide.

* Shatarvi (Tian Men Dong) – from Traditional Chinese Medicine recommended for ED and impotence problems.

Yohimbe – aphrodisiac, but considered unsafe for consumption, yohimbe can unexpectedly increase your heart rate. Although the risk may be low, it is still a risk.

* Sarsaparilla – studies show increased testosterone and progesterone levels.

* Muira Puama or Murapuama – well known aphrodisiac from Brazil. Helpful with ED and impotence, also gives firmer erections.

* Cordyceps (Dong Chong Xia Cao) – used in Chinese Medicine for centuries as a libido booster. Also lowers blood pressure and improves sleep.

Ginko Biloba – best known for it’s “brain-boosting” power, Ginko Biloba has been rumored to increase libido in both sexes. Also increases blood flow throughout the body.

Cardamom – aphrodisiac has been used for centuries, still remains largely unproven.

* Ku Gua – increases testosterone levels. Also well documented in helping ease diabetes.

* Xian Mao – used in Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine as a safe aphrodisiac and hormone stimulant.

Following are the properties of the herbs that are considered best for producing good quality and amount of sperms. In ayurveda these herbs are called as bajikaran dravya (sperm quality and quantity increasing herb)

· Madhur (sweet)

· Snigdh (unctuousness)

· Brihan (growth promoter)

· Guru (heavy)

Properties of good sperms as mentioned in Ayurveda

· Bahal (thick)

· Madhur (sweet)

· Snigdh (unctuousness)

· Guru (heavy)

· Picchill (slimy)

· Shukl (white) in colour

· Smell less

Reason for decreased quality of sperms

· Older age

· Stress

· Disease like vericoceole, diabetes etc.

· Doing more physical and mental activities

· Obesity

· Over indulgence in sexual activities and masturbation

· Consumption of drug and alcohol

· Usage of steroids

· Smoking

· Wearing of tight underwear which put extra pressure on testicles

· Using of excess of hot water during bathing

· Excess exposure to heat

· Exposure to radiations especially greater than 60 radians

· Consumption of unhealthy and non nutritious food

· Lack of proper rest and sleep

· Usage of medicines like anti depressant pills etc.

Methods of increasing sperm quality and count

· Decrease the frequency of sexual activities to twice or thrice a week.

· Stop in take of non nutritious food and artificial diet supplements

· Masturbate less

· Quit smoking

· Stop alcohol and drugs consumption

· Exercise regularly

· Do yogic and medicational exercises regularly

· Avoid stressful work

· Try to take rest in between long hours of work

· Sleep at least for 6- 8 hours continuously

· Avoid wearing tight undergarments and clothing

· Avoid direct exposure to heat and other radiations

Besides adapting above said methods, ayurveda has also mentioned some herbal remedies that are very beneficial in promoting quality and quantity of sperm. These are bajikaran dravya (herbs that provide strength, vigor and vitality just like a horse)


A powerful sexual tonic specially designed and processed to enhance the ability and to endure sexual drive much longer than the normal. It is a wonderful herb used since ages to improve your sperm quality. Ancient herbal doctors to make progeny of king the best amongst the other rulers have used Shilajit since ages, to promote sperm quality. Even sperm count can also be increased by use of shilajit. Shilajit also provides that extra endurance and power to sustain longer and last more than an average man do. So shilajit make a male, a MAN. Its properties help it to become an antiaging agent that helps you to stay young and enjoy the energies, which a youth possess for longer period of your life.
Read more about Benefits and Uses of Shilajit


A well-known herbal remedy to promote production of best quality sperm that has been used since time immemorial by our ancient scientist cum physicians. Ashwagandha possess properties that help in increasing quality of sperm and also increases the sperm count. Ashwagandha is a sexual ability promotor that helps in increasing endurance and long lasting capabilities. Its unique constituent helps it to suppress vata-dominated diseases therefore widely used as painkiller and health supplement. Read more about Benefits and Uses of Ashwagandha

Kohinoor gold

A great formulation specially designed to satisfy men’s basic instinct and help him to generate new and good progeny that helps in carrying out his generation as a superior amongst all the companions. An herbal remedy to increase the quantity of sperm and also the quality of sperm that makes it more viable in producing superior kind of progeny. Its unique blend of powerful herbs helps it to provide that extra amount of endurance and energy that a man always had wished for. Its constituent’s herbs are winter cherry, cowhage, shatavari, Spanish pellitory, black musale, henbane, black bitumen, and saffron. All these herbs a famous for there energy enhancer and sexual ability promoter properties. These herbs are extremely used in ayurveda to provide strength and increase vitality of body and also promoting mental stabilility.

Just be careful when taking any herbs or vitamins as your body may react to them differently!!!!


7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. hopefulandhungry
    Sep 03, 2012 @ 13:40:18

    Are you taking everything you listed above? I discontinued many things after starting IVF. I definitely eat the pineapple core.


  2. 1suburbanchic
    Sep 03, 2012 @ 13:55:37

    This is very helpful information! I will keep this reference for my upcoming cycle, thanks!!


  3. Faith
    Sep 03, 2012 @ 16:01:15

    Wow this is amazing information! THANK YOU! I will try the pineapple core. I am hesitant since I know how chewy and fiber it will be, but I WILL DO IT!!! 🙂 btw – My doctor will have me on Baby Aspirin right after the transfer. The note on false unicorn root is funny! I have that in my mix of herbs that my TCM Doctor gives me.


  4. expecting to be expecting
    Sep 04, 2012 @ 13:44:38

    Crazy but true, I have tried about 70% of all those remedies in some or another, I bet we all have at sme point.

    Never tried false unicorn root, though 🙂


  5. gardengirl29
    Sep 06, 2012 @ 00:49:07

    This was a great post and gave me some ideas about supplements I’d like to try over the next few months. I’ve tried a few of these remedies, but not all, and it was great to see all this information in one place and so well-explained. Thanks! 🙂


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