In recent years much has been written about the meaning of herbs to promote pregnancy. For example, wheat germ oil and evening primrose oil have a positive effect on the earlier pregnancy and you should watch out with St. John's wort. Do wheat germ oil and evening primrose oil promote the fertility of a woman or not and what is vitamin E?
Which natural herbs should you just avoid if you want to become pregnant or are already pregnant? Below are the answers to these questions about getting pregnant.
Wheat germ oil, a natural powerhouse.
If you search on the internet for natural means to increase fertility or get pregnant faster, you will often find the following information about wheat germ oil.
Wheat germ oil is an oil made from the germs of wheat germ. This golden yellow oil contains a very high content of vitamin E and this vitamin is known to promote pregnancy. Women with vitamin E deficiencies are less likely to get pregnant. Wheat germ oil contains besides much vitamin E also octanasol which provides more energy and endurance. Finally, wheat germ oil also helps with the inning. A fertilized egg will implant faster in the uterus. Wheat germ oil seems to promote pregnancy and as far as we know, the natural oil has no side effects.
Evening primrose oil and pregnancy.
Evening primrose oil is also a natural oil and if you search the internet for the effect of evening primrose oil you will find a lot of information about the beneficial and healing effects. The evening primrose oil is an oil extracted from the evening primrose and contains a high content of Gamma Linolenic acid. In addition, evening primrose oil has a hormone regulating effect. Many women use this oil to better regulate the menstrual cycle. If you read the various experiences of women in forums, many women benefit from evening primrose oil, even with menopausal symptoms.
It is not clear whether evening primrose oil promotes pregnancy, but that it can affect hormone regulation. It is not recommended to take evening primrose oil during pregnancy.
St. John's wort and pregnancy.
A third herb that can affect the pregnancy is St. John's wort. This herb is mainly used as an anti stress agent. St. John's Wort can influence the effects of medicines and in that sense have an effect on your pregnancy. In fact, St. John's wort can have a negative influence on the effect of the pill. In addition, it is not clear what the consequences are when using this herb for the unborn child. St Johns Wort is therefore not recommended during and before pregnancy by most specialists, just like valerian.