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Thursday, March 08, 2018


Can Vitex Improve Fertility?

Guest Post By Doris Shneydor

Vitex Agnus Castus (Chasteberry) is a well known fertility herb that has been used throughout history in order to improve conditions caused by hormonal imbalances in women. Its main effect however, is not actually on a woman's hormones. Chasteberry works with the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, and indirectly increases luteinizing hormone (LH) and progesterone production, while also inhibiting follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) production. These indirect effects on hormone production are what allow Vitex to belong in the family of fertility herbs.
Hormone imbalances are responsible for or associated with a variety of conditions, including; absent menses, lack of ovulation, PCOS, endometriosis, and infertility in women. There are countless possible causes for these imbalances, but typically the uneven ratio of estrogen vs. progesterone is to
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blame for many fertility issues. In assisting to eliminate this imbalance, Chaste Tree Vitex helps women to achieve Vitex fertility and find relief for their hormone induced issues. In studies, Vitex has been shown to be effective a majority of the time for women who have previously experienced infertility or hormone imbalance problems. It should be noted that Vitex does not begin showing improvement immediately however. In order to see results, a woman typically has to take Vitex for an average of 3-6 months first. For most women experiencing infertility or hormone issues however, this may seem like a small price to pay for actual relief.


You should consult a licensed naturopathic physician prior to adding Chaste Tree Vitex (or any other fertility supplements) to your daily routine. This is to ensure that the Vitex will not have any interactions with your current medical therapies (which will be possibly if you are on anything meant to alter your bodies natural hormonal state) and that you are taking the correct dosage for your body and situation. It is important to remember that every woman's body and medical history is slightly different, and that seeking guidance prior to taking anything new is always advisable. However, in most cases Vitex has been shown to be safe to use and without any dangerous or uncomfortable side effects for an extended period of time.
You can buy Vitex as a fertility herb on its own, or as part of a fertility blend such as Fertile XX. You should be comfortable with the reputability of the establishment you are purchasing your fertility supplements from, and ensure that the Vitex Agnus Castus you are purchasing is derived from standardized Vitex extract.
Vitex can be used to achieve your fertility goals naturally. For hundreds of years Vitex and fertility have been considered to go hand in hand - isn't it time you found out how Vitex can help you?
About This Author:
Doris Shneydor has been researching infertility issues for years during her studies of Aromatherapy, Shiatsu and Chinese Medicine. She is also a mother who gave birth to 3 healthy kids on her late 30's and early 40's. She happily shares with others her knowledge and Natural Holistic Approach to Fertility Problems through []. If you have made the decision to get pregnant get your free Trying to Conceive Tips today.

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