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While women the world-over have taken herbal remedies for millennia, it's a relatively new concept in the West - particularly when it comes to babymaking. Vitex-agnus castus (long popular for other ailments) was only first used as a supplement for female hormonal balance in the mid-half of the last century in Germany. Things have changed. Nature is "in".Tempted to try a more natural approach to your wellness regime? If so, it's wise to read up on herbs and natural supplements - and to supplement safely, particularly when it comes to fertility. "Natural doesn't always mean safe, and some herbs like sassafras, goldenseal, and pennyroyal can seriously harm a developing baby." Choose your fertility ingredients wisely.

Herbal teas are attractive to trying-to-conceive women because they're often free of caffeine and boast natural ingredients. Also, the water temperature, quantity of tea leaves, and steeping time can make each cup vary in potency and efficacy. In addition, there is not enough research to consider all teas to be safe, indicates Dr. Amos Grunebaum, Medical Director of Web MD. "Citrus peel, ginger, lemon balm, orange peel and rose hips are known to be safe, though," he says. "Red raspberry and ginger teas are also excellent and accepted cures for morning sickness." Dr. Grunebaum is also the formulator of a well-researched fertility tea, coincidentally called FertiliTea.

But are most teas safe? While the ingredients in FertiliTea are all organic and/or wildcrafted, not all fertility tonics stand up to the same benchmark of quality. "Herbal products are considered dietary supplements and are not regulated by the FDA", states Dr. Grunebaum. "Manufacturers of are not required to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of their products before they reach the market and, as a result, the composition may vary greatly from one batch to another."

In addition to problems with regulation, scientists don't fully understand all herbal actions, and issues may present themselves if hormonal-regulating herbs are used side-by-side with prescription fertility drugs like clomid. Combined effects can increase chances for unwelcome side-effects or interefere with the desired effect of a prescription fertility medication. While FertiliTea is a safe, natural tea supplement for preconception, it is suggested to avoid all fertility supplements while using clomid or prescription drugs to induce ovulation. Also, discontinue use of FertiliTea and other herbs when you become pregnant. As a general rule, consult your physician before combing natural herbs with pregnancy!

 
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