Friday, July 24, 2009

Overcome Female Infertility --How to Treat Infertility With Herbs Red clover (trifolium pratense)

Written By Kyle J. Norton. All right reserved. Any reproduction is allowed only with author mane and all links intact.
As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse. It effects over 5 millions couple alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world. Because of unawareness of treatments, only 10% seeks help from professional specialist. We have spent most of the time in this series discussing the conventional and Chinese medicine in treating fertility. I believe, it is the best time to change the subject by discussing how to treat female infertility With herbs red clover (trifolium pratense).
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I. Definition
Red clover is an herbaceous, perennial plant, native to Europe, western Asia and northwest Africa, it has been used traditional in treating whooping cough, respiratory problems, and skin inflammations by purifying the blood and clearing mucus from the lungs.

II. How red clover effects women fertility
1. Vitamin C
Vitamin C besides helps to increase the strength of small veins in the reproductive organ in blood transportation, it also increases the immune system in fighting against the invasion of bacteria and virus that causes inflammation of infection to the reproductive organs.

2. B6 vitamin
Red clover contains vitamin B6 which is vital for women with luteal phase deficiency. Researchers found that intake of vitamin B6 helps to increase the luteal phase period, thereby increasing the chance of fertility.

3. Magnesium
Researchers found that women with unexplained causes of infertility are found to have low levels of magnesium in their body, leading to stress and impair the reproductive organs natural process of conception as resulting of high levels of serotonin.

4. Calcium
Besides it is necessary for formation of bone density and absorption of magnesium, it also plays an important role in triggering growth in the embryos. Deficiency pf calcium may increase the risks of early birth, miscarriage and birth defect.

5. Potassium
Red clover contains high levels of potassium, which is necessary in regulating the lymphatic function of fluid in the body. Deficiency of potassium causes water retention and increases the risk of premenstrual symptoms and lessens the chance of infertility.

6. Isoflavones
Red clover contains isoflavonoid which is one type of phytoestrogen helped to regulate the levels of estrogen in the body by occupying the estrogen receptor site, thereby, decreasing the production of bad estrogen from the body, leading to hormonal balancing and increasing the chance for fertility.

III. Side effects
There are no side effects from red clover, but people takes the herb for the first time may experience headache, nausea, and rash. Over dose of red clover for a prolong period of time may have opposite effect in fertility.

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