Herbal medicine has long been used to aid healing and recovery in different cultures all over the world. In Western culture, the use of herbs has become much more widespread and accepted over recent years. There is now easy access to herbal teas tinctures and supplements, with some available in pharmacies and health food shops. There’s a wealth of easily accessible information and expert practitioners to help with your particular requirement, but read on to be sure you’re making a safe choice.
Herbal remedies, along with some other types of complementary medicine, are now quite commonly used is in both pregnancy and fertility treatment. In the case of herbal remedies, however, as a pregnant woman you should always obey the golden rule of herbal remedies in pregnancy, which you can read in the nice big letters just below:
Never take any “harmless herbal remedy” without the consent of your medical team
Taking care of yourself and your baby
Herbal therapies for fertility
Remedies for pregnancy
Always Seek Medical Advice First
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