Take control of your reproduction

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Keeping track of the various stages of your menstrual cycle is possible and necessary, if you want to take control of your reproduction. Knowledge on the use of herbs that can heal, strengthen, and revitalize the uterus (and also induce blood flow up to 4 weeks after a missed period) is vital as well. Allow me to break it down for you.

We all know about periods, but there is also “the period between your period” During this time, your libido is up, making you feel extra ready and in the mood for sex. You’ll even notice some extra moisture and stickiness in your panties. Many choose to wear panty liners during this time. This is when your body is fertile.

Ovulation occurs exactly half way through your menstrual cycle. Divide your menstrual cycle length by 2, and that is the day your ovulation occurs. For example, if your cycle is 28 days long, your ovulation will occur half way thru that, 28/2 = 14, day 14 of your cycle.

How to calculate the length of your menstrual cycle?
The day your blood begins to flow, mark it on your calendar. Do this for 3 to 4 periods straight. Count the number of days between the first day of each period and then divide that number by 2. Below is an example of someone tracking their period. This person has a 32 day cycle, a 6 day period, and ovulation occurring on day 16.

Now that you’ve got that figured out, let’s talk about these herbs…

True to our business model, we’ve done the leg work of researching and studying herbs as medicine, gathering those herbs and packing them as both capsules and tea bags, for your convenience.

Check out our selection of herbal blends geared towards the various issues that we face when it comes to maintaining a healthy womb and dealing with many of the issue that we may face before, during, and after our reproductive years.

Helps to regulate your menstrual cycle: reduce cramps, reduce bleeding, and get you regular.

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Contains herbs that have been traditionally used by women from various cultures for purposes of toning, nourishing, strengthening, rejuvenating, and fortifying the uterus (womb) and cervix and maintains healthy uterine and cervical function and activity and facilitates general healing of the uterus and cervix by enhancing regeneration of the cells of these organs.

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An all-natural herbal formulation consisting of Nature’s herbs that have an affinity for the female uterus, e.g. Chaste berry and Dong Quai and that are also anti-neoplastic (anti-tumor growth and formation) in nature, e.g. Burdock and Comfrey, thus combating tumorous growth on the uterus, e.g. fibroid tumors or uterine fibroids, facilitating dissolution via the vaginal canal and other eliminative channels.

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Conventional treatments for hormonal imbalances usually include synthetic hormone replacement therapies, birth control pills, insulin injections, thyroid medications and more.

The good news is there are ways to balance your hormones naturally. This blend contains female-specific plants that tone, strengthen, nourish, and rejuvenate the female reproductive system. Many of the plants used in this formulae contain organic hormonal precursors that help to balance hormonal levels of estrogen and progesterone.

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An herbal formulation consisting of plants with specific anti-fungal properties that help to restore and maintain balance and well being in the body’s internal ecology, especially the colon and female genital region.

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Designed for women who need/want to strengthen their uterus before conceiving a child. It contains herbs traditionally used for promoting overall female reproductive health.

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virgin-mary

Restores a woman’s vaginal canal to its younger, firmer, tighter days.

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womb-evacuator

Contains herbs that are known to cause mild contractions to help induce blood flow up to 4 weeks after a missed period.

If you are using this as a morning after or abortion pill, it is best taken during the first 6 weeks of pregnancy, up to 2 weeks BEFORE your missed period, immediately after ovulation.

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Please note that these are all “members only” items.

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