Can Fertility Teas help you with Womb and Board?

Does the 6.1 million seem like a large number to you? Would you want to win 6.1 million dollars? I know I would, that number seems astronomical! But what if I told you that was the number of women in the United States struggling with their fertility.  The sad truth is 10% of women in the US between 15 to 44 years old are having difficulties becoming pregnant. Yes, you can go to a special clinic and spend thousands of dollars on fertility treatments, but may you want to try some “home remedies” first to see if that will help. So, on that note, let’s talk about some of those.

How do Herbal Teas help fertility?

It is claimed that consistent drinking of herbal teas for conception can also make your menstrual cycles become more regulated and reduce menstrual pain. There are also some pretty potent fertility herbs in some of the teas too. You can spend hundreds of thousands of your hard-earned dollars for fertility treatments – or start with tea. Another thing you can do is make your own teas. You can find your special blend of herbs and blend them together to make a personalized fertility tea.

Appropriate Time to Drink Herbal Teas When Trying to Conceive

So, with that being said, let’s stop drinking all water and start drinking six 8 ounces cups of tea a day. Ok, totally kidding here. You need to find that balance, and I’m here to help. While some teas and herbs are great for fertility, they can be bad for a pregnancy. My recommendation is to drink between 1-3 cups of tea a day starting from the first day of your period until you confirm ovulation.

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The Right Herbal Fertility Tea for You

The teas reviewed below are great to improve fertility in women naturally and possibly regulate their cycles. We’ve reviewed them based on taste, convenience, and, of course, how well they work. Note. If you’re undergoing fertility treatment at the moment, consult with your doctor first before taking any of these herbal teas to prevent interference with your medication.


FertiliTea is the most popular fertility tea that has been taken by thousands of women hoping to improve their chances of conception. It always appears to be a “best seller” when it comes to this tea due to the results and the flavor. It has been purposefully designed to increase the chances of conception, and its main ingredients are Red Raspberry Leaf, Green Tea, and Vitex agnus castus (commonly known as Chasteberry). SO what exactly does it do? Fairhaven claims that FertilTea benefits in two main ways (1) promoting a healthy hormonal balance which, in turn, leads to more regular menstrual cycles and (2) strengthening and toning the uterus. Ok, then I want to know how it works, don’t you? Well, the main ingredient is Chasteberry which is this tiny little berry that is about the size of a peppercorn. It has been used and around in herbal medicine for over two thousand years. SO again, what does it do? Well aside from boosting your fertility, it reduces PMS, menopause, acne and can even repel insects, um YES PLEASE!

The theory is that Chasteberry works by regulating the prolactin levels. Tests have shown positive benefits with a shortened menstrual cycle – which is often caused by high prolactin. In other tests, one group of women who were trying unsuccessfully to conceive were given either a supplement containing Vitex agnus-castus or a placebo. The group given Chasteberry (Vitex) were twice as likely to conceive as the control group. This suggests that there could indeed be benefits to taking Chasteberry for some women.

Ironically, the name Chasteberry comes from the word “chaste” as, in the Middle Ages, it was believed to decrease a man’s libido. It suggest keeping it out of hubby’s tea, you know, just in case.

The other ingredients add to the benefits of this tea blend. For example, the Lady’s Mantle and Red Raspberry Leaf help to strengthen and tone the uterus. Do they make that for my arm muscles?

Do you like mint because if you do, this is the tea for you? It adds peppermint leaves for the flavor to be rather tasty. However, his is a case in point not to drink every day as peppermint can have adverse effects during your actual pregnancy.

FertiliTea is available as loose leaves or in bags. The bags are more convenient, but you only get 16 servings in a box compared to 60 in the loose-leaf bag. They cost about the same price. Loose leaf tea is theoretically fresher than bag tea.

It is not entirely caffeine-free, but the caffeine levels are only about 1/60th of that in a standard cup of coffee so pretty low.

What do other moms say about this tea? The overall reviews are positive. Some women reported having struggles getting pregnant for a period of time, and then after starting the tea, they have been fortunate enough to become pregnant, sometimes even by the next month. Some women have tried for years and given up hope to be the womb and board for their child, but with some help from tea and, they have been able to get pregnant. Disclaimer, not everyone who drinks the tea will have such luck, but it’s worth the try!

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2. Secrets of Tea – Get Pregnant Fertility Tea (H2)

Our favorite is the Peppermint version. This tastes amazing and has an incredible amount of positive reviews and testimonies. I know when I am looking at anything, reviews can make or break my purchase.

It contains organic and whole leaf ingredients (like Red Raspberry, Ladies Mantle, Vitex, and others) which are specifically designed to support fertility.

Do you know when you get stressed out about bills, work, or just about anything it can hinder a lot of aspects of your daily life? I mean, the stress sometimes can get overwhelming, and I just don’t feel like myself. Stress is one of the major roadblocks to conception. Most of these teas are designed to help reduce your stress and be more comforting. The ingredients amp up and regulate your hormones while supporting fertility. It’s like a support system in a drink.

Secrets of tea come in two forms; one is biodegradable sachets and traditional tea bags. I prefer full flavor anything, while my husband likes more of a “bland” per se flavor. The biodegradable sachets to me are of better quality because they hold the flavor better and give me a blast of taste. The other advantage of the sachets are they are a bit bigger, and so you get more herbal benefits each cup.

3. Healthy Cycle Tea (Traditional Medicinal Female Toner Herbal Tea)

This is another fertility tea that can help women get pregnant naturally. It’s made from organic Raspberry Leaf, and it’s Caffeine Free. The Cycle Tea’s herbs help to purify the blood, and aid and regulate healthy menstruation while supporting and toning the uterus.

The Female Toner Herbal Tea uses more of a traditional application with strawberry leaf, raspberry, nettle, and other supporting herbs to reduce the pains pertaining to your period. It helps reduce cramping while aiding in a better mood. This herbal tea does have a slightly bitter taste with some hints of mint and citrus.

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4. Pink Stork Fertility Tea

Pink Stork Fertility Tea is made up of seven organic herbs, including nettle, chasteberry, and red raspberry, which we have already spoken about with regard to fertility.
Pink stork is a calming tea which also offers some stress-reducing qualities. While de-stressing with your cup of tea, it will also assist with balancing out your hormones. It also helps support a healthy menstrual cycle which is key to conceiving. Pink Stork was made to not only help your fertility but your overall body as well.

5. Moontime Fertility Tea

The way you nourish yourself every day is important with every aspect of your life. Your body isn’t going to be at 100% if you aren’t taking proper care of it or nurturing it with healthiness. Moontime Fertility Tea supports reproductive functions in women with its blend of organic herbs. It helps to restore your fertility with a blend of organic nettles, organic red clover, organic peppermint, and organic red raspberry.

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Sipping a cup of Moontime Tea makes your body relax and de-stress like so many other fertility teas. It helps your body regulate. Moontime is 100% organic fertility tea, caffeine-free, and packed in convenient chlorine-free tea bags. There are 30 tea bags in each pouch of the package.

SO what about the go-getter that wants to make their own special tea? Here is the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Fertility Tea Recipe? If you have tried other teas and don’t like the flavor, why not just make your own. You can invest your money in exactly what you like. I mean, I wouldn’t want to buy something that I only partially like. As I have said before, this may not work for everyone, but it’s a first step without the expensive other treatments for fertility. So what herbs should you look at buying? Here is the shortlist of proven safe fertility herbs; Stinging Nettle Leaf – Red Raspberry Leaf – Peppermint Leaf – Red Clover Herb – Green Tea.

Feel free to add other herbs as you see fit, but do your research to make sure it’s not counteracting what you are trying to achieve. Once you blend your herbs together either add your hot water or pour over ice and enjoy the way you want.

Herbal remedies to Boost Male Infertility

1: Maca Root:

This can be used by both men and women for treating infertility. It improves the sperm quality and quantity and thus improving fertility.

 2: Grape Seed Extract:

Vitamin C is the essential component for potency in men. The grape seed extract has strong antioxidant properties thus, providing sperms strength and protection and increasing their lifespan until they reach female egg.

 3: Omega-3 Fatty Acids:

These can regulate hormones both in men and women by improving sperm health and ovulation. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in various foods such as fish, chia and walnut seeds, eggs, spinach and leafy green vegetables.

 4: Raspberry leaves:

They contain Vitamin B complex, iron and calcium. They are known to improve fertility in both men and the women. They can also be used in the form of seed oil.

 5: Damiana:

It helps men to overcome impotence and also helps in treatment of spermatorrhea, a condition that cause excessive, accidental ejaculations. It is a shrub with yellow flowers. It’s leaves are dried and used to make tea. It increases blood flow to sexual organs.

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Final Thoughts

As with anything, make sure you are truly treating your body like a temple while you are trying to conceive. I mean you should all the time, but this is such a vital part of conception as well. Your body is going to be growing a human and you want it to be as healthy as can be. You want you’re nurturing to support your bun in the oven. I personally would rather try this method before jumping into expensive fertility treatments.

This tea might not be the tell-all for your journey in conceiving, but it can definitely help. It’s worth a shot to see what it can do for you!

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